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I've been searching for a website that basically does something very similar to the following flow chart (link if it's too small to see): Flow Chart of Awesomness

I'm basically looking for a site that asks simple questions like the flowchart does and gives a single book recommendation.

I found www.whatshouldireadnext.com but that basically gives a list of recommendations based off of Amazon's "Costomers who bought this also bought..." database (I'm assuming)

Does anyone know of anything like this? Am I SOL?

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closed as not constructive by Eight Days of Malaise, codingbadger Nov 23 '11 at 11:14

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Why the downvote? – OghmaOsiris Nov 1 '11 at 14:30

I really don't know something that would do something similar to this flow but you can try TasteKid and GoodReads. In Goodreads you should rate some books to have recommendations. In Tastekid you just need to write the book's or author's name.

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I've used GoodReads and I just tried out TasteKid and they both seem to do what whatshouldireadnext.com does. TasteKid seems to be exactly like that except with movies music and TV added. – OghmaOsiris Oct 27 '11 at 13:53

Hunch does what you're asking for - asks for some questions about what you like and provides recommendations.

Another webapp which provides recommendations based on what you've read is GetGlue

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