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Don’t know what you want to read? Are you looking for a new series after finishing an old one? Do you want to read something funny or something a little crazy? Either way, Which Book can help you decide what to read next!
It’s really easy to use too! If you want, you can watch the demo videos. They’ll walk you through the Web site step by step. I just dove in and started moving the sliders around. You can use up to four of the sliders at one time to generate a suggestion. When you have them all in place, simply click on the Go button.
For example, you could select Happy, Funny and Unusual. When you click Go, you’ll get a very interesting assortment of books recommended for you.
You can also search by Character, Plot or Setting. I love the Setting option, because it gives you a map to click on to choose the location of the story. It then gives you a listing of books from that location when you click Go.
You’re sure to find something new and interesting to read with Which Book, so give it a try today!
Posted By On November 12, 2004 @ 3:24 PM In Cool Sites | No Comments
Which Book? 
This site is fabulous. If you know of a site like this with a US listing or an Online listing, please send it in to me so that we can post it.
What is so neat about this site? Well, for those of you readers in the UK it will point you to the nearest library to get the book, or books, you’ve selected. For folks elsewhere, it is still a useful resource.
On the interactive bars select what you would like to read about. Move the sliding bars back and forth between options until you reach the level of the emotion or idea you’d like to find in a book. Then when you are done setting the bars click GO! It will then present you with a book list and where to get them. If you can’t figure out how to use the sliding bars go through their demo for step-by-step instruction.
For those of you who don’t live in the UK, you can still use this to find fabulous reading material. After you find some book titles, go to your local library or go to your libraries online catalog. If you need help finding your library online, go to http://www.whichbook.net/index.jsp 
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