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Bookshops
  • Independent Bookshop of the Week: John Sandoe Books

    Independent Bookshop of the Week: John Sandoe Books

    A good bookshop is like a good café – the thoughtful staff remember your morning order or in this case, perhaps your literary tastes. Rarely would one find this personal service in a large high street chain. This week, we celebrate those bookshops so integral to communities – in local villages, towns and cities around the country.... Read more »

  • 22.03.2010 ·

    Independent Bookshop of the Week: The Albion Beatnik, Oxford

    Independent Bookshop of the Week: The Albion Beatnik, Oxford

    34 Walton Street, Oxford, OX2 6AA 01865 511345 Selection: Twentieth century fiction from the English-speaking world, mostly from America complemented by a wide range of European classics. The stock is organised by decade (i.e. 1900-1960), which is a far more interesting way of arranging books than by the usual genre, as you get to notice... Read more »

  • 10.02.2010 ·

    Independent Bookshop of the Week: Books Actually

    Independent Bookshop of the Week: Books Actually

    Books Actually, Singapore No. 86 Club Street Singapore, 069454 Nearest station: Tanjong Pagar MRT, Exit G I’d never deny ever buying books from Waterstone’s or Amazon because the truth is, I have. This is almost as futile as saying I’ve never had a coffee from Starbucks or Costa—outright and outlandish lies. But if I can, I... Read more »

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