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A new way of choosing what book to read next

A new way of choosing what book to read next

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Whichbook allows uses to search for books using 12 categories. The user must set their interest level in each of the 12 categories; then, Whichbook creates a list of books that fits the user’s unique request. • Students can search for books that will be tailored to their set of interests. • When a book is found, students can link to Amazon to purchase the book or link to their local library to borrow the book. • Students can suggest books to other users, including classmates. • Students can enter a favorite author and view a list of similar authors and titles. by cheryllr5 Oct 11

Huh, had never heard of this before. I use Goodreads recommendations plus my friends to-read list, but I'll have to give this a try at least once. by keitorin May 6

Me too, especially when I've read everything by a favourite author, it's great to find something similar by carrieokay Feb 18

Yes. I use this and the recommendations from goodreads to find most of my books. by thebopple Feb 18

i love how i can determine what kind of book i'd want by nerguisce Feb 18

It's a pretty interesting concept. I've found a couple books with it :) by kitty.loverr Aug 16

love the idea but haven't really used it yet. looking forward to it by civic6 Aug 5

"A new way to choose what to read" by blakelylaw Jul 31

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