If you’re a reader, you know the bittersweet feeling of finishing a book and feeling that moment of “Wait, what now?”
Even if you have a stack of books waiting on your nightstand, it’s easy to feel like there’s always something better out there. Millions of new titles are published every year, after all.
How do you wade through them to find your next favorite? That’s where What Should I Read Next? comes in.
Whether you’re into science fiction, romance, murder mysteries, suspense or just a good old-fashioned biography, this helpful site can help you when you just don’t know what you want to read next.
The concept is brilliant. Simply type in the title of a book you’ve already read and enjoyed and hit enter. Then, WSIRN displays a handful of suggestions.
When you enter a book title, the site analyzes its massive database of real readers’ favorite books to provide book recommendations you’ll like.
WSIRN produces recommendations based purely on collective taste. When books are entered into the same favorites list, they become associated with each other. The more often items appear on different lists, the stronger that association becomes.
It works for author searches, too. Type in the name of a favorite author and WSIRN will show you other works by said author.
You can create an account to save your favorite books and create a reading list you can add to or modify any time.
The site is easy to navigate and free to use. To get started, simply tap or click the button below.