DWJ's answers: Harry Potter

Gross Family argross at bigpond.net.au
Tue Sep 4 09:00:04 EDT 2001


Melissa wrote:

> I am actually a big fan of the Amazon.com newsletter recommendations.
I've
> found a number of really good books that way, most recently Tanith Lee's
> _Wolf Tower_.  The actual recommendation feature on the website has been
> less useful.  It does recommend books I'll like--I know because I've
already
> read them.  :)  I think it's worthwhile to subscribe to the newsletter,
> though.  It comes about once a month, it's tailored to a specific topic (I
> get the YA, Fantasy and SF, and Children's ones) and there are real live
> people picking the books.  Now, if it turns out that they do start selling
> space in the newsletter to publishers, the quality may go downhill fast.
> But for now, it's a great way to find new books.

I agree. I also find the "Listmania" thing they have going helpful,
too--I've discovered some interesting-sounding books through those.

Ros

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