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Thank you for visiting  Our main purpose is to give you a free service to store your book collections and compare them with other users.  It's a great way to get new book recommendations.  We hope you'll give us a try.


The Birth of Quarantine Zines

About a week into lockdown, my social feeds began bristling with #StayHome—a hashtag friends and peers used to catalog and share their life under quarantine. The posts quickly pivoted from blurry pictures of pets pawing at laptops to elaborate housebound efforts (think: sourdough starters, sill-grown scallions, DIY cotton masks). Suddenly, these platforms were seized with […]


‘George Eliot’ joins 24 female authors making debuts under their real names

The Reclaim Her Name project, marking 25 years of the Women’s prize for fiction, will introduce tit...

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That Time William S. Burroughs Fled a Ranch School in New Mexico

The town of Los Alamos lies upon the slopes of a living supervolcano called the Valles Caldera, at a...

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I’ve spent so much of my life dreaming of homes I cannot afford | Deborah Levy

In this extract from Real Estate, the final instalment of Deborah Levy’s ‘living autobiography’ s...

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Postcolonial Love Poem by Natalie Diaz review – fearless, sinuous and breathtaking

Natalie Diaz’s second collection plunges the reader into Native American culture and bold takes on ...

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Salman Rushdie on Midnight's Children at 40: 'India is no longer the country of this novel'

Four decades after his Booker-winner was published, Rushdie reflects on the Bombay of his childhood ...

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Exciting Times by Naoise Dolan review – a witty, deadpan debut

A young Dubliner in Hong Kong struggles to connect in this fresh and funny debut about love and self...

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  • Personalised Collections

    When you sign up to Bookface you create and curate a beautiful collection of books you've read and want to read. It's simple.

  • Search

    Use our search engine to locate any book. We're pretty confident you'll find what you're looking for.

  • Edit

    You can add your own Rating, Review and Tags. You choose if your Reviews are Private or not. Your Ratings and Tags will help other people find the right book.

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  • Mobile

    Our design is fully responsive meaning it's easy to use on your phone or tablet. Perfect for checking if you've read that best-seller before when you're out and about.

  • Sort

    Sort your Bookface collection your way. By Title, Author, Read Date or Rating.

  • Free!

    Bookface is free to use - no matter how many books you store. In fact the more - the better!

Recommendations Engine

We developed a bespoke recommendations engine using artificial intelligence and over 100,000 public book reviews. It's a good start but we need you to add as many books as possible and rate them. The more you rate the books you read, the better the recommendations we'll be able to give you.

  • Get Recommendations based on your collection
  • Get ideas from people who have the same favourite book as you
  • See what books people in your city or town like to read


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We've got Social Groups set up that you are free to join. In a Social Group you can contribute to discussion on your favourite (and not so favourite books)

Choose Your Groups

Join some of our groups and get engaged with our Bookface community. We've got groups for every taste in books from Fiction to Sport and Business to Cookery. And more are getting added all the time.


Like and Follow

You can comment and like on the stream of comments against different postings.



Found a contributor you like? You can Follow them and track their contribution across multiple groups.



And don't forget our Blog. We syndicate the best book review content from around the globe - and add our own Reviews and updates too from time-to-time.