Wisebooks is a free database of book recommendations from world-class people across various disciplines, aimed at helping you read more and become better at whatever you want to do. Subscribe for bite-sized book recommendations in your inbox once a week!
100 Million Books exposes you to the world of books across time, geographies, languages, subjects, & more. Suggestions are truly random—not social, not commercial, and not personal—so you'll see books here you won't see anywhere else! Intellectual diversity & freedom is critical to us. See our values here, which closely mirrors the ALA's.
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We are on the hunt for undiscovered stories that deserve exposure. Our reviewers curate submissions and share the best titles with you each week.
Booknshelf helps you stay organized with all your books online. People use Booknshelf to discover great books, see what their friends are reading and sharing reading lists with others.
This is Broken is my tribute to Seth Godin's Book Recommendations - a fully searchable and categorised list of books that Seth has recommended through his blog, old Squidoo blog posts, his many interviews and the deepest corners of the internet.
Bookly helps you track and manage your books, make a habit out of reading and see your progress over time.
What if we told you that there is an opportunity waiting for you to read any book you want with a fixed budget.
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The best books and audiobooks extracted from 15 millions Hacker News comments, organized by genre (Sci-Fi, computer, etc.) and popularity.
New Reads is a book discovery platform that doesn't let users judge a book by its cover.
Just select genres you enjoy reading and shuffle through previews.
The book cover, author, and title remain hidden.
If you're hooked you can reveal the book and find it online!
List Horizon is an app that helps you sort through the best Science Fiction novels since the 1950s as decided by the Hugo and Nebula award bodies. You can also view associated media such as audiobooks, movies, tv shows, and Pinterest posts, as well as track your reading stats.