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Bookseer.com Predicts What You'll Read Next

Website du Jour: The Book Seer

Finishing a book makes me feel a little accomplished and a little sad. I want a new one; I want to love it just as much; and I want it now. If I don't get into another book immediately, it could be a week, a month, or long enough to conceive and birth a baby before I get into another.

The Book Seer is a simple answer to a complicated question: what should I read next? Put in your last read, and it will give you recommendations by Amazon, the recommendation site Book Army, and the reading social-networking site LibraryThing.

What does the Book Seer predict you'll read next?

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MissSushi MissSushi 7 years
thats pretty neat. Im going to try it the next time im done. I have a weird habit regarding my books. I LOVE reading, and I've always got a book going. i find that if i read too many books i havent read before, i start not wanting them to end.. sometimes i will even read until just past the climax when things start getting better but not closing, and stop reading it for a few days. It gets worse and worse. So, i try to read a few new books, and then read an entire series I know and love, and then go back to new ones. I realize im totally bizarre, but i hate goodbyes.
divinedebris divinedebris 7 years
I liked this site, found a couple books that are similar to some of my favorite books and I'm excited to check them out. I usually use Amazon to look for new books or authors but it hasn't been giving me anything new lately, glad this site is here.
filmgirl81 filmgirl81 7 years
I wrote in classic titles, and the suggestions I got were always too obvious (other books by that author), or too ridiculous (zombie books after writing in Pride and Prejudice). And Book Army never had a suggestion.
tlsgirl tlsgirl 7 years
Ooo, I like this site! Some of the recommendations are obvious, like the books by the same author, but I like that it gives me other authors too that I may not have heard of.
janneth janneth 7 years
I love this! and am going to pass it along to everybody...
genesisrocks genesisrocks 7 years
I do like how the sight's set up by the way. Refreshingly easy to navigate.
genesisrocks genesisrocks 7 years
I put in Lady Chatterley's Lover and got a lot of books I already read. Some of those books I liked, but I disliked too many of the suggestions to trust it for the books I haven't read. Oh well, I have such a long list of things to read before I die anyway :)
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 7 years
I mean 'think too hard,' not 'to hard...' which is something I'm obviously not doing right now... this site really needs an 'edit post' option.
Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 7 years
I'm a very avid reader, so I put in my last two books and my current one just to see what I would get... "Vineland" by Thomas Pynchon gave me a bunch of other Pynchon books and a bunch of companion readers... a few others I've never heard of but will check out. Dan DeLillo and William Gaddis... three from each of them. "Heart Full of Lies" by Ann Rule gave me a bunch more Ann Rule and some other true crime books, which is what I expected. True crime books are my choice when I want to read something but not have to think to hard about it... At least I know a few more authors in that genre to check out. "The Wright Brothers: A Biography" by Fred G. Kelly gave me nothing! I was expecting technical aviation books and some more biographies. I'm disappointed because I like to read nonfiction histories and biographies but so many of them are boring and technical. I was really hoping for a few suggestions! Oh well, I will use this site again anyway.
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