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Can't find a book to read? Infographic helps you pick a novel for every mood, taste and interest

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Do you ever walk into a book store (or enter the Amazon homepage) and feel overwhelmed by the offering?

Every genre has hundreds of sub genres and thousands of novels within each of them.

Thankfully, an infographic is here to bring some organisation to our lives.

While it doesn't feature every single book you could dream of, it does sort 30 of the most brilliant books from the last five years. 

So whether you're in the mood for something edgy or educational, find the perfect tome for your current state of mind below.

Books infographic

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