Search xaagmabag's books
Random books from xaagmabag's library
Beginning Visual Basic 2005 Databases by Thearon Willis
Rejuvenating the Sun and Avoiding Other Global Catastrophes by Martin Beech
Philadelphia by Moses King
Virtual History : Alternatives and Counterfactuals by Niall Ferguson
Future Music FM145, February 2004 by Andy Jones
Rarities of the World : The Property of Various Owners, Including the Estate of F. Cabot Holbrook, Sold by Their Order at Public Auction, Tuesday, March 25th, 1975 at 7:00 P.M., at the Hotel Pierre, Cotillion Room, Fifth Avenue at Sixty-First Street by Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries
Members with xaagmabag's books
Site design selection
The old design is no longer fully supported nor does it get full attention when we roll out new features. We strongly recommend using the new design.
CollectionsE-Library (1,409), Science Fiction/Alternate Histories Paperbacks (84), Insane Authors, Cranks, Whackjobs, and Morons (18), Baseball (49), Poetry (29), Music Literature (248), Humor (83), Genealogy (23), History (73), Arts and Entertainment (7), Reference and Miscellaneous (139), Science Fiction/Alternate Histories (76), Philatelic Literature (292), General Science and Technology (139), Astronomy and Space Sciences (213), Atlases (26), Home and Garden (128), Computer Science (61), All collections (3,092)
TagsHistory (393), Postage stamps (317), United States (270), Auction catalogs (154), Science fiction (140), Music technology (129), Computer music (128), Music software (128), Music composition software (127), Music sequencers (125) — see all tags
About meI beep and honk and sometimes I toot.
About my libraryI have a lot of stuff.
Favorite authorsDouglas Adams, Jerry Van Amerongen, Poul Anderson, Dave Barry, Stephen Baxter, Greg Bear, Arthur C. Clarke, David Evans, Eric Flint, Bill Griffith, James P. Hogan, Morgan Howell, Gary Larson, Fred Saberhagen, Carl Sagan, S. M. Stirling, Kip S. Thorne, Peter G. Tsouras, Harry Turtledove (Shared favorites)
Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceNov 4, 2010
Most recent activity