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.