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Foyles, 107 Charing Cross Road, London, WC2H 0DT  

For many years, Foyles was at 119 Charing Cross Road. Founded in 1903 when the brothers Foyle sold their textbooks after failing their civil service entrance exams, it moved to the heart of the West End and the street of books in 1906. 1,724 more words


Can't Get No Satisfaction...

Customer: If I buy three books, do I get a discount?

Me: No, but you do get the satisfaction of owning three books.


Skoob Books, Russell Square: The spiritual home of peaceful book-lovers

Before I start this review, let me say this (so you’re prepared for the onslaught of back-slapping that’s about to come): I am a HUGE fan of Skoob Books. 186 more words


Bookshops: the final chapter?

Originally published by Retail Gazette on 30/01/15

Decrying the death of the bookshop has practically become a cliché and not without good reason: between the beginning of 2005 and the end of 2012 the number of high street bookshops in the UK halved and closures have continued. 1,428 more words


My name is Nicole and I’m a senior studying Business Management, Publishing, and Foreign Language at Champlain College! I’m currently a resident of Burlington’s South End Arts District and I absolutely adore where I live. 226 more words


270215 Book-buying Endeavours

As an English student, naturally I am a lover of books. Some might say an excessive and very unhealthy love of books… but that’s another story. 373 more words


Weird Things Customers Say in Bookstores | Rapid Review

Weird Things Customers Say in Bookstores by Jen Campbell
Release Date: September 2012
Genre: YA Contemporary

Goodreads | Author Website

Rating: ★★★★★

Customer: I read a book in the sixties. 128 more words