Suggest What Book to Read That is Associated With Previous Book
March 14, 2010 | Filed under Online Service;
There are millions of books and some are good to read but definitely there are some not so interesting. Everyone’s favorite book is different because each person likes to read different topics. If you have read a very nice book, and would like to continue reading such similar books like the one you just finished reading, how would you know what book to buy? If you go to Amazon.com and search for a book, at the bottom of the page will display similar books which are frequently bought together with the book in page which shares some similarities.
What Should I Read Next (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 particular items appear on different lists, the stronger that association becomes. Purely and simply, WSIRN represents mass opinion about books. Over time the recommendations should get better and better as the database grows.
Currently What Should I Read Next contains more 70,000 different titles so far, and more than a
million reader recommendations. The list would continue to grow as more people uses it. To get suggestions on what book to read next that is associated with the previous book, simply type in the title or author of the book, and click the Enter button. You could also search using ISBN (International Standard Book Number) which every book has its own unique numeric identification number.
When it contains results, it points you to Amazon where the book is so you can get more information about that book. Simple and easy to use for book lovers.