Stop Number Six: Persephone Books

It's been a while since my last bookshop, but that's not due to the lack of choice in London (it's due to laziness). However, last weekend I finally managed to get out of the house and trundled down to Holborn to the cutest street- and also bookshop- I've seen for quite some time: Persephone Books. As …

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Stop Number Five: Foyles

Of course, where would I be without mentioning Foyles? It's not exactly a little bookshop, but it is a bastion of reading, and it has slightly more of a niche market value than the many Waterstones shops we see every day (which, though admittedly excellent, do clog up high streets somewhat). Foyles, on the other hand, is …

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Stop Number Three: Goldsboro Books

A short walk from Charing Cross Road likes Goldsboro Books, a lovely little bookshop which is set in a street that reeks of literary history. Nicknamed 'Bookshop Alley', Cecil Court is famous for the many bookshops that line it- to the point where J.K Rowling took it as inspiration for Diagon Alley. Goldsboro Books is my favourite, …

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