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Bookkaholic isn’t just a book review website, and we’re not just a site with articles about great books. Bookkaholic is a site that can help you answer, ‘What Should I Read Next.’ Take a look below to find your next obsession.

We use real people—writers and librarians—to suggest books, compile lists, and write reviews. We guarantee they can help you discover ‘What Should I Read Next‘.

To figure out what to read next, start with some Book Reviews, at the bottom of this page. We have book reviews on both new releases and classic books, because sometimes what you want to read next was published last week, and sometimes it was published a hundred years ago. Many of our articles about books are organized by topics , so that you can figure out what to read next based on your interests, your mood, or other books that you’ve enjoyed.

 

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Then check out our newest reviews below, which contains interesting articles about books, and even more suggestions on what you should read next. Our writers are working on all kinds of articles, from essays about Hemingway to reviews of the latest book technology. If you’re interested in reading about books, this is the place to go. We know you want to find out the answer to ‘What Should I Read Next.’

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If after all that, you still can’t figure out what to read next, check out our help section and consider submitting your own book problem. Whether you hate your boss, want to break up with your boyfriend, or just had a fight with your mother, we think there are books out there to help. We’re happy to tell you which ones they are.
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catnap

Review: The Great Cat Nap by A.M. Bostwick

She’s beautiful. She’s charming. She’s a star. But there’s this thing: Ruby the Russian is missing. Oh, and there is something else you should know: she’s a cat. A.M. Bostwick takes the standard detective novel and creates some...
Nora Webster PicMonkey Collage
Nora Webster PicMonkey Collage
Nora Webster PicMonkey Collage

Review: Nora Webster by Colm Tóibín

Nora Webster by Colm Tóibín, his eighth novel, is a subtle portrait of a bereaved family in late 1960s Ireland. Nora, 40, has lost her husband Maurice to sudden illness. Repressing her own grief, she helps her four children mov...
Wild Child T.C. Boyle image
Wild Child T.C. Boyle image
Wild Child T.C. Boyle image

Review: Wild Child by T.C. Boyle

Each story in Wild Child by T.C. Boyle is assured, in-your-face, and perfectly executed; he is a master of the genre. The stories are so deep and insightful that I could imagine any one of them being extended into a full-length...
127 Hours Ralston
127 Hours Ralston
127 Hours Ralston

Between a Rock and a Hard Place, Aron Ralston

Considering that: a) I already knew the full story of Ralston’s days trapped by a boulder in a remote canyon, b) I had already seen the brilliant 2010 film made of his experience (127 Hours, starring James Franco, a favorite of...
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18774020
18774020

Review: California by Edan Lepucki

Creating an apocalyptic U.S. seems to be the going trend in contemporary American literature. Some of the greats have already given their contribution to the genre. Cormac McCarthy did it so beautifully in The Road. Colson Whit...
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Lonely Graves collage
Lonely Graves collage

Review: Lonely Graves by Britta Bolt

I love a good mystery, thriller, or crime series. In author Britta Bolt’s novel Lonely Graves, I get all three. One of the best novels I have read in a while, Lonely Graves offers a whopping dose of excitement, and becaus...
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cyber-storm
cyber-storm

Review: CyberStorm by Matthew Mather

As of the 2012 census, there are approximately 2.1 million farms in the entire United States, versus 8.3 million people living in New York City alone! It’s obvious that America has become a nation that expects to be taken...
Saint Brigids Bones
Saint Brigids Bones
Saint Brigids Bones

Review: Saint Brigid’s Bones, Philip Freeman

Early sixth century A.D. A monastery clinging to life. First a fire destroys the monastery’s outpost, then someone steals the bones of the monastery’s beloved saint. And on the trail of a deepening mystery is bard-turned-nun Si...
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18079776
18079776

Review: The Invention of Wings, Sue Monk Kidd

There was a time in Africa the people could fly. Mauma told me this one night when I was ten years old. She said, ‘Handful, your granny-mauma saw it for herself. She say they flew over trees and clouds. She say they flew like b...
The Cure
The Cure
The Cure

Review: The Cure by Douglas E. Richards

Who are the good guys? Douglas E Richards has an amazing talent at keeping the reader guessing.
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ForThoseInPeril
ForThoseInPeril

For Those in Peril on the Sea, Colin M. Drysdale

Eternal Father strong to save Whose arm has bound the restless wave Who bids the mighty ocean deep O hear us when we cry to Thee For those in Peril on the sea Can you imagine leaving port one sunny day on some rich person’...
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20442885
20442885

Review: Seconds by Bryan Lee O’Malley

Don’t we all wish for second chances? The dream to correct our past mistakes haunts many of us. Bryan Lee O’Malley, the creator of the popular Scott Pilgrim comic series, doesn’t have much to correct this time out since his fir...
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MissPeregrines
MissPeregrines

Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children by Ransom Riggs

Author Ransom Riggs' debut novel "Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children" rocked 63 weeks on the New York Times Best Seller list for a reason, it introduces a wondrously horrific world of splendor and terror. Riggs formed ...
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18641982
18641982

Review: The Vacationers by Emma Straub

“Leaving always came as a surprise, no matter how long the dates had been looming on the calendar.” Vacations are the time for relaxation and recuperation. At least, they are supposed to be. The greatly touted The Vacationers b...
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18467818
18467818

Review: An Untamed State by Roxane Gay

“Once upon a time, in a far-off land, I was kidnapped by a gang of fearless yet terrified young men with so much impossible hope beating inside their bodies it burned their very skin and strengthened their will right through th...