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New York Times Read Alikes: August 2, 2015

A highly anticipated prequel and sequel this week! If either or both leave you wanting more, we've got you covered. Enjoy!Read More ›

So You've Read "Paper Towns," Now What?

Here are other books filled with friends, road trips, elusive and mysterious dream girls (and dream boys) who force us out of our comfort zones and universal truths about life, love and living in the moment.Read More ›

New York Times Read Alikes: July 26, 2015

If you are among the many who read and enjoyed one of these titles and are looking to repeat that headlong rush to the end or feeling of falling in love with a character, here are a few read alikes to keep you going. Enjoy!Read More ›

Gamer Books to Read While You Wait for Armada

Put Armada on hold, and then come back and check out five other gamer books.Read More ›

New York Times Read Alikes: July 19, 2015

Here are the bestselling fiction titles from the New York Times for the week of July 19, 2015. If you are among the thousands who read and enjoyed these books, and you want to repeat that feeling of suspense or romance, here are a few read alikes to keep you going. Enjoy!Read More ›

Library Guide to Binge-Watching

Libraries are known as centers for books and learning, but sometimes you just want to vegetate on the couch for a few hours with some escapist television. Read More ›

Waiting for "Downton Abbey" 2015!

It’s going to be rough wait, but we will do it together and somehow find other books and films to fill the Downton-sized hole in our hearts.Read More ›

Waiting for "Empire" Reading and Viewing List

Fox's new television series, Empire, is a family drama set in the hip-hop world. For fans of the show left wanting more, here is a list of fiction and nonfiction titles that you might enjoy.Read More ›

While You Wait For The Girl On the Train, Why Not Try…

If you are looking for something to read while you wait patiently for Paula Hawkins's bestseller, why not try one of these other psychologically suspenseful novels.Read More ›

What to Read After Fifty Shades of Grey... The Movie

More books that capture the similar essence, theme and 'feel' of FSOG. Read More ›

Recommendations Inspired by NY Times Best Sellers: February 15, 2015

Recommended readalikes for the top fiction titles this week.Read More ›

36 Fifty Shades of Grey Read-Alikes

The much anticipated Fifty Shades of Grey film will be released February 13, 2015. Here are 36 Shades of read-alike titles.Read More ›

While You Wait to See Mockingjay... More Dystopian Fiction!

Suzanne Collins's book Mockingjay has been split into two films. Here's a list of fiction titles to tide you over until Part Two comes out in November, or until you get a chance to see Part One.Read More ›

Reader's Den: The Stranger, Part 3

For further reading on themes found in The Stranger, try these titles.Read More ›

A Sucker for Romance: 2014 YA Books Guaranteed to Make You Swoon!

Romance titles that didn't make our Top 25, but that will still make your heart go pitter-pat.Read More ›

While You Wait For "Yes Please" Why Not Try...

Like Yes Please by Amy Poehler , these humorous and engaging memoirs transform readers into the personal and professional lives of celebrities. Some titles also incorporate advice.Read More ›

If You Like Murakami...

This week's readers advisory request comes to us in the form of two books and an author our reader has enjoyed in the past: The Secret History, Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, and Haruki Murakami. Here is what our staff recommended for this reader. Read More ›

If You Like LOTR, GoT, and American Gods, Here's What to Read Next

If you liked Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, and American Gods… here are some fantasy titles to consider reading next.Read More ›

While You Wait For "The Orphan Train" Why Not Try…

Like The Orphan Train, by Christina Baker Kline, these moving, character-driven titles delve into the subjects of orphans, foster care, family issues, unexpected friendships, secrets, rediscovery and the promise of second chances.Read More ›

While You Wait For "The Vacationers," Why Not Try...

These character-driven titles portray characters dealing with family issues and relationships, friendships, long buried secrets, journeys into the past and life changing events.Read More ›
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