For most readers, finding the next book they want to read isn’t a big problem. The median amount of books read by people in the U.S. who do read books (not everyone does) is six or seven. So, when choosing that next bi-monthly book, it’s whatever is on the best-seller list or catches the eye on Twitter.
But for some readers – power readers – who read hundreds of books a year, finding that next great book is a daily challenge. That’s why we had one power reader try out over 20 book recommendation platforms – from Amazon to Riffle and back – to see which ones suited her needs best.
Amazon, Bookish and others got high marks. Many you might expect to did not. Which book recommendation site did she rate No. 1?
Click here to find out.

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