While I like all of our databases I do have a favorite that I use all the time. That database is Novelist Plus , fun to use and a great help to those of us who do readers advisory. You can use it to find books in series order, find a read-alike, a book review, a book discussion guide and much more. If you remember parts of a plot and forget the author and title, you can describe the plot in a few words and see what Novelist finds. There are feature articles about authors, genres and trends in literature. There are lists of annotated recommended books by genres and sub-genres, for example, religious mysteries, humorous romances and biblical fiction. One of the nice features is the read-alikes, for every book you click on, Novelist will provide three read-alikes. This database is great for book discussion groups searching for another title. They have also partnered with GoodReads, so you can check other reader reviews. In some cases, it provides a first chapter, ao you can get a sample of the book. Novelist Plus also includes non-fiction, and there is a separate database called Novelist K-8 Plus for childrens' literature. You will find Novelist Plus by clicking on the name in the database list. You can spend hours perusing Novelist Plus, and get tons of book suggestions. I think that Novelist Plus is far better than Amazon, and way better than Google!