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Share Book Recommendations With Your Friends, Join Book Clubs, Answer Trivia

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Yes I like it. I like researching likely books to see what they are about and how other people found them. Enjoy by mirosan Mar 19

This website provides a multitude of collaboration and networking opportunities. Everything from getting book reviews from a variety of readers to following the recommendations of friends and other library professionals to pick out your next read. I also love the books lists that are created based on genre, interest, reading level, etc. by katherineking2 Mar 19

Good reads is a website that provides seemingly endless information about books, including recommendations. It has a social aspect that allows users to connect with other users. • Students can take quizzes over books they have read and choose to share their results via facebook or twitter; this would be a great way to prompt book discussions online. • Students can browse books by genre and expose themselves to titles outside their school library. • Students can enter books they loved and generate personalized recommendations. by cheryllr5 Oct 11

Lol. That is very true. Plus, living in Hong Kong as I do kind of necessitates having virtual bookshelves instead of actual bookshelves: there is very little space for storing anything! by jopo009 Oct 16

Yea it's a nice site. I like virtual bookshelves more than traditional ones....no dusting! lol by susanbainbridge1 Oct 4

I did, susan. It's a perfect way to keep track of all of the fantastic books I've read, as well as plan which ones I want to tackle next. :) by jopo009 Oct 4

Thanks, vanessa. I'm always glad to meet fellow bibliophiles! What's your latest pleasure? ;-) by jopo009 Oct 4

My favorite part about this site is the reading challenge. Of course you can set your own year's reading goal but there's just something about making it official on goodreads... by amandatyler Apr 24

i loved this site instantly as soon as i arrived on it...the recommendations are really helpful..and such a wide collection of books...heaven for me..:) by phoenix_ridhi Apr 23

I love this site..I like reading others' book reviews and getting recommendations; there are so many books coming out all the time, this helps me choose what to read next.And I can keep track of what I have read too.. by juneseghni Mar 28

Yes, It is! It's the ideal social network for Book lovers and people who love reading. Indeed! :) by birdie16 Mar 8

One of my Facebook friends let me know about the site for sharing book recommendations and I'm glad she did. It's been great to find out what others are reading. by webnetworkengineers Mar 8

I have located something like 50 new authors and books (none by the same author, or even really the same genre) that I have written down as to be bought and read. I have no idea where to put them all, but that problem can be solved when the time comes. But, yeah, I love the way it recommends boos based on you have already read. So, I put about 325 of my more obscure ones to see what kind of recommendations it would generate. Like I said, I now have about 50 books I really, really want :) by jenniflower Mar 6

This is a fantastic site if you love to read. It's a great way to catalogue the books you own or have read, find or share reviews and opinions, and it even has a Netflix style recommendation system to help you find new books you might like! by bohemiancyborg Mar 6

it`s also a god shelf to remember books you`ve read. At least that`s its primary use for me by zekses Jul 26

I dont know about this site before, my friend show this for me. I thinks its good because help us to find our book. by arimpranata Jul 26

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