try Chronicle and Utopia, they are great for plain text
If the book mostly consists in text (I mean by that few titles and subtitles, few footnotes, etc. so novels or even some textbooks), and you want to give it a "knowledgeable," crisp look, consider one of the following egyptians:
- Parkinson Electra: http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/linotype/parkinson-electra/
- New Caledonia: http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/adobe/new-caledonia/
Although they've been used, they haven't been overused (like Caslon or any Garamond-like). I found that the natural contrast between text and italic weights is really interesting in this kind of context.
Lyon Text : https://commercialtype.com/typefaces/lyon/lyon_text
Cassia : http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/hoftype/cassia/
Galaxie Copernicus : https://klim.co.nz/retail-fonts/galaxie-copernicus/
FF Tisa : http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/fontfont/tisa/
Dederon Serif : http://www.myfonts.com/fonts/suitcase/dederon-serif/
All expertly-drawn body faces with great legibility
Hi thanks for the spinoza font! is amazing
Try "Cronos" or "Tabac".
try geotica or reina
for brochures i prefer helvetica neue
hope to help,
is more than but, my favorites ones
Quadraat by Ourtype, or Renard.
I really like the feel and greyness of the layout.
Allow me to give another suggestion:
Mário Feliciano is the best if you're looking for news design suitable fonts.
centralle sans should be ok
Opera...hmmm...a contemporary serif like Scala would be nice. Or Tiempos...or Mercury from HFJ?