YourNextRead Tells You What Book You Should Read Next

If you're looking to stock your reading list, YourNextRead is a simple and crowd-driven tool for finding out what book you should read next based on the ones you've recently finished.

Tell YourNextRead what book you just finished — and enjoyed! — and it will generate a web of eight related books. You can click on any of the books to learn more about it, which will in turn generate a new web based on that book or you can use the thumbs up/down buttons to agree or disagree with the suggestions YourNextRead gives you.

Each suggestion includes Amazon rankings and ratings and a link to purchase the book on Amazon. You can use the service without logging in but signing up for a free account enables your book-browsing history and the wishlist function. Have a favourite tool for finding new books? Let's hear about it in the comments. Thanks Bill!

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Comments

    Can they put one together for TV series, movies and Anime?

    I'm for ever poking my nose around for the next thing to watch but don't want have to commit time and energy to something that a may not like.

    I am in Australia I pressed the link and got...

    Forbidden

    You don't have permission to access / on this server.

    Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.

    Anyone else getting this?

    Yep. That site doesn't work - not at the moment from Oz anyway. Googled a different link: same result. Strangely the full site name is Your Next Read (USA).

    I like to use getglue.com. It's a similar site, but it has movies, TV shows, topics and gadgets. Once you sign up, you can "like" or "dislike" products, and every time you sign in, you will get recommendations of other products you might like. If you stay signed in, it will also pop up at the bottom of your browser (if you install the browser plug-in) when browsing sites like MySpace and Wikipedia.

    In Australia and the link worked fine for me. Looking at the site now.

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