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About meThis list is spartan because I'm currently living tragically seperated from over 90% of my books. So almost everything here is from memory.

This picture is from one of the most magical places on Earth: the used book market under Waterloo Bridge. I recommend it to every book lover, to the point of writing directions for everyone who visited the bookshop I worked in who happened to be buying London travel books.

(Take the Tube to Embankment, cross Hungerford bridge, and make a left toward Waterloo bridge/British Film Institute. You'll know you're close when you can hear the skateboarders.)

For the record, no, I am not addicted to Penguin books. I can stop buying them anytime I want. Really.

About my libraryNot returning borrowed books will lead you to the special hell, the one reserved for child molestors and people who talk in the theatre.

GroupsAll the World's a Stage, Baker Street and Beyond, Books that made me think, BritWit, Clandestine Printing and propaganda, 1940–1945, Historical Mysteries, Hogwarts Express, Second World War History


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