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Random House API

The Random House API can be used to get data about books, authors, works, and events. A "work" is defined as a collection of titles that share the same content identified by a Random House-specific Work ID. Events generally refer to author-related events, such as book signings. This API can be accessed via REST calls using the XML or JSON data formats.

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Random House: Highlights

Summary
Book search and viewing service
Category
Reference
Tags
Protocols
REST
Data Formats
XML, JSON
API home
http://www.randomhouse.biz/webservices/rest/ 

Random House: Specifications

Functionality

Client Install Required
No  
Service Endpoint
https://reststop.randomhouse.com/

Signup and Licensing

Signup Requirements
Publisher partnership  
Developer Key Required
Yes  
Account Required
 
Commercial Licensing
 
Provider
randomhouse.biz  
Non-Commercial Lic.
 
Data Licensing
 
Usage Fees
 
Program Fees
 
Certification Program
 
Usage Limits
1000 books per search 
Terms of Service
API Terms of Service 

Security

Authentication Model
API Key 
SSL Support
 
Read-only Without Login
 

Support

Vendor API Kits
 
Community API Kits
 
API Blog
 
Site Blog
 
API Forum
 
Developer Support
 
Console URL
 

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