What Should I Read Next?

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What Should I Read Next?

PostPosted by verdilak » Sun Feb 15, 2009 12:50 am

Pretty nifty service. You type in a book title and author and it gives you a list of similar books.

I typed in Sword of Truth by Terry Goodkind and got this list..


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These are our suggestions based on readers' recommendations.

Stone of Tears - Terry Goodkind, Jim Bond See Amazon UK | US
The Lair of Bones - David Farland See Amazon UK | US
Exile's Return - Raymond E. Feist See Amazon UK | US
Black Sun Rising - C.S. Friedman See Amazon UK | US
Legacies - L. E., Jr. Modesitt See Amazon UK | US
Daughter of the Empire - Raymond Feist, Janny Wurts See Amazon UK | US
Demon Lord of Karanda - David Eddings See Amazon UK | US
Straken - Terry Brooks See Amazon UK | US
Belgariad #03: Magicians Gambit - Eddings David See Amazon UK | US
The Golden Fool: The Tawny Man Book 2 - Robin Hobb See Amazon UK | US

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Of course they want you to register, but with a good site like this, why not? Especially for us bibliophiles.

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Re: What Should I Read Next?

PostPosted by NulSyn » Sun Feb 15, 2009 1:32 am

It's little odd that it gives books in the middle of series. :s_dunno
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Re: What Should I Read Next?

PostPosted by verdilak » Sun Feb 15, 2009 2:02 am

Eh, that doesn't bother me much.
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"I'm imagining Kiera Knightly, Katherine Zeta-Jones, Angelina and Meg Fox sitting around your map wearing bandanas vigorously shaking fists full of d20s." - Aval Penworth, in regards to a map I made
"We're talking about the GM that made us fight giant Fruit, Verd is totally unpredictable." - Nikurasu (one of my players)
Everyone is an atheist about some gods, we just went one god further. - Richard Dawkins
Ism's in my opinion are not good. A person should not believe in an -ism, he should believe in himself. I quote John Lennon, "I don't believe in Beatles, I just believe in me."--Ferris Bueller, 1986
To the human body, a spoonful of flour and a spoonful of sugar are identical.
"Seeing, contrary to popular wisdom, isn't believing. It is where belief stops, because it isn't needed any more." - Terry Pratchett, Pyramids
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