Book Recommendation System & itcher Community Manager’s Top Picks

When on the lookout for a book recommendation system to satisfy your literary appetite, you need 3 things for an utterly booktastic experience:

- great recommendations

- ease of use

- a book-loving community

For book lovers, these 3 things are all they're waiting for.

That's why, when we designed itcher, we made sure our app was user friendly, gave brilliantly accurate recommendations and was a place for book worms to congregate.

Here's How to Use itcher

1. Download the app

2. Hit Browse and scroll through titles (or search) and rate 5 books you've already read

3. See your recommendations tab light up as you unlock your first set of recommended books

4. Scroll through and rate any you've already read and scrap one's you don't want to read.

5. Enjoy your new book recommendations!

As itcher gets to know you better, your recommendations will become more and more accurate, that's why it's important to scroll though the first batch of recommendations to help guide itcher in the right direction.

So, are you ready to read more books? We hope so! Download the itcher app now.

itcher Community Manager's Top Picks

We're all entertainment buffs at itcher but Kerry (that's me, hi) is really into books.

Here are 6 top picks from itcher's very own bookworm.

We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler

A quirky book with an early on twist, this novel delves into the world of psychology and animal behaviour.

Well written, with a satisfying plot, you'll feel as though you're living with the Cooke family as an adopted sibling.

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

One of John Green's earlier novels, An Abundance of Katherine's really hits the geeky spot.

Enough maths to please the nerdy part of you but not so much it's isolating, go on a road trip with Colin Singleton to help him forget all the Katherine's that have dumped him (nineteen, to be exact).

We Were Liars by E. Lockhart

Enigmatic and salty, We Were Liars follows a privileged family and their life on a private island during the summer holidays.

Masterfully written and gripping until the end, Lockhart writes Young Adult fiction with the sophistication and style you'd expect from a classic.

The Folk of the Faraway Tree by Enid Blighton

Climb up a magical tree with Connie, Jo, Bessie and Fanny to see what mystery world lies at the top of the Faraway tree.

A childhood favourite, Enid Blighton's magical lands cart you away from real life from the open you open the book.

Life of Pi by Yann Martel

Without a doubt a modern classic, Life of Pi puts a boy on a boat with a tiger and waits to see what will happen.

Oddly enough, it's anything but boring.

A brilliant concept that could have been let down in so many ways - but in this case definitely wasn't.

What Are Your Favourite Books?

We'd love to hear some of the titles you love, so let us know!

And have fun discovering new titles with the itcher app - we can't wait to hear what you think of it!

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