I love this website. It is like Goodreads, but you can't win stuff and the setting out is better. Plus Shelfaari links up to Amazon.com which makes shopping and finding related books much easier.
This site is possibly the cheapest in Australia
3) Pure Imagination
Pure Imagination and The Story Siren are probably the best book blogs I have seen.
4)The Story Siren
5) Google Books
It's nice to go on Google Books or Amazon and read/see a sample of what you're buying.
I don't like it much, but it is good for finding new releases and for entering competitions.
8) What should I read Next?
Try this out! it is really helpful when you are stuck in a rut.
However, It is fueled by Harper Collins, so some authors may be a little hard to find info on.
10) Vintage Classics
A site Fueled by Random house. You can see all the pretty new editions of Classics and Bestsellers as well as reading up on them. They have a pretty large range of books.
And did you guys know that you can now by Ebooks for iphone, ipad and ipod touch directly through Itunes?
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