Description:Online library and community of readers.
Newest Review: ... as you like - bearing in mind that after 200 you must pay a fee. I paid (after the exchange rate) in 2007, £12.00 for a lifetime membership. Details of the books are retrieved from numerous sources, though largely places like Amazon, and it is very simply to use. For example, you enter an ISBN and the program searches, retrieves and downloads the information straight to your 'library'. You ... more
Customer librarything.com Reviews (2)
by - written on 22/05/09 (Very useful, 27 readings)
This site is so me! My world is my books. I love to buy them, to read them, to collect them, to smell them, and yes, to catalogue them. Cataloguing is what librarything.com does and allows you to input all of your collection online, where it is obviously available anywhere, anytime. You can keep your collection as either public or private, which means you do or don't let people see your 'library'. Moreover, you can add as many books as you like - bearing in mind that after 200 you must pay a fee. I paid (after the exchange rate) in 2007, £12.00 for a lifetime membership. Details of the books are retrieved from numerous sources, though largely ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/04/09 (Very useful, 146 readings)
I love books. I love reading books, talking about books, buying books, holding books, smelling books, stroking books......[trails off and stares into the distance] As you can imagine this 'addiction' (oh such a harsh word for so much pleasure) has led to my house being somewhat filled up with books; I have seven bookcases, four of which are double stacked. My daughter has a further bookcase in her room and all of these are regularly increased from sites such as Bookmooch and Amazon as well as charity shops. So when I discovered Librarything.com I got a little thrill down my spine - a site dedicated to books and libraries, packed with booklovers and their ... Read the complete review