The independent meta search for books
More than 250 million books to choose from
The advantages in an overview:
- Great and broad selection with an above average hit ratio
- Possibility to compare prices with a high degree of price transparency
- Easy and quick book purchase around the clock
find-more-books.com is the leading meta search engine in Europe. This online platform has a collection of more than 250 million books to choose from. All wanted books are searched instantly and thanks to the most modern search engine technology all results are displayed within seconds. No matter if you are looking for used, second hand, antique or new books, our system searches for every available title worldwide.
If a book search has been started by find-more-books.com, the system makes inquiries in parallel to approximately 60 000 second hand and antique book shops and new book dealers at home and abroad. Within a few seconds results are gathered and displayed for easy comparison on our site with a convenient link to the offering seller for immediate purchase.
Thus find-more-books.com does not only offer a very high hit ratio, but also the best possibilities to compare prices and condition of wanted books. At the same time all books can be bought online. It is easy, quick and available around the clock.
find-more-books.com was founded in the year 2000. The online enterprise with seat in Vienna, Austria was developed out of a website for second hand books. Partners of find-more-books.com are well known online platforms such as amazon, alibris, ebay, biblio, bol, libri, Thalia, ZVAB,…and many others. All in all find-more-books.com searches approximately 60 000 book dealers in Europe, USA and the rest of the world.
Whenever a book is not instantly available or could not be found, users can save the corresponding search or searches on their own personal blackboard black board . Herewith the wanted title is automatically searched with all data updates and, if successful, the user is notified via e-mail with all relevant information.