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This guide is for people that just want to use the data at the Internet Speculative Fiction Database (ISFDB) rather than add to it. It covers all the things a casual user can do without creating a user account, explaining the history and future of some features. As an ever-growing resource, this site should be a must-see for all serious SF book readers.

Published: Bill Longley on
ISBN: 9781301868582
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