2 MINUTE READ

Read More & Read Well.

Get a FREE 10-step cheat sheet that helps you read faster and remember more of what you read based on Adler and Van Doren’s classic How to Read a Book.

Book Recommendations: What To Read Next.

If you’re looking for some good books to read, then you’re in the right place.

Good book recommendations aren’t always easy to come by. And with volume of content that’s out there, it’s hard to sort the average from the good and the great.

I know how that feels. Which is why I spend hours every week collecting and curating book recommendations from wherever I find them – from best sellers to classics to prize winners; from other readers, from other authors and from you.

My goal? To make sure I read only the best fiction and nonfiction ever written. And to share my very best reading lists and best book recommendations with you.

So, whether you’re a bookworm wondering, “What should I read next?” or you’re a new reader wondering “What books should everyone read?“, look no further.

Check out the best book lists below, pick a book that excites you and get started.

Read wisely. Read widely. Read well. And you’ll read gladly for the rest of your life.

(P.s., You might also like the book summaries section of the site!)

I. Best Books Of All Time

These are the overall best books to read (by type).

II. Best Nonfiction Books (A-Z)

These are the best nonfiction books to read (by topic).

III. Best Fiction Books (A-Z)

These are the best fiction books to read (by genre).

IV. Book Summaries

One of my favourite ways to learn from nonfiction books is to write book summaries. I’m not talking kindle-highlights or 3 sentence synopses. I spend hours (often weeks) digesting and re-structuring the best lessons from my favourite books. Then I publish those summaries for free. To learn more, head over to the book summaries page.

V. How To Read More Books

One thing I didn’t understand about reading for a very long time was the difference between reading widely and reading well.

For more on reading widely, check out this article of 27 tips to start reading more books.

For more on reading well, fill out the form below and I’ll send you the same 10-step process I use to write F2M‘s book summaries…