The Book shop Reviews
Description:Westgate street, Gloucester. Second hand, antiquarian and new bookstore.
Newest Review: ... in paperback,I think it’s the way it is easier to read and because it looks better in my collection. Also I only read and collect Autobiographies,I don’t care who the person is,I buy it.For example I bought two yesterday,Geri Haliwell for £3,and Phil Collins for £3,I mean these were hardbacks selling at £14-£19 and you can get them for £3 each. I know your maybe saying I ... more
Customer The Book shop Reviews (2)
by - written on 26/06/01, updated on 11/11/03
Hardback Books:-I Collect Them. I was out shopping yesterday in your normal shopping mall and as always I made my way to Bargain Books,it’s a walkaround bookshop that gets books that have just reached a certain age dropped in price. I can tell you that this shop is great for bargains in hardbacks.I don’t know why but I only read hardback,I couldn’t read anything in paperback,I think it’s the way it is easier to read and because it looks better in my collection. Also I only read and collect Autobiographies,I don’t care who the person is,I buy it.For example I bought two yesterday,Geri Haliwell ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/05/01, updated on 21/05/01 (Very useful, 17 readings)
From the outside, this looks like a fairly ordinary second hand bookshop - moderatly sized and usuall with a fair few people in it. The reduced price popular books in the window may give the impression of a publishers outlet. But there is much more once you step inside. The Bookshops is in fact huge and wonderful, filled with a vast array of books in what turns out to be a very large shop. The first area as you go in is full of poplar fiction, pound classics, ends of line and all the things you would expcet from a publishers outlet. Good value for money, new books in a slightly battered state and lots to browse through. Moving towards the back of this ... Read the complete review