pip wrote:I'm like that as well . As soon as i figure i like a writers stuff i tend to collect everything they have . But i do tend to try the second hand route first both for cost factor and because i prefer hardbacks and its the only way opf getting older books as hardbacks. Best recent haul was getting the second third and fourth books from A Song of Ice and Fire for 15 euro
pip wrote:Thankfully working in Dublin has the bonus of lots of Chapters trips and these NAMA book shops (Book Value) that are popping up in empty premises can have some great bargains too
stripy_tie wrote:Today I got "Night Walks" by Charles Dickens, "An Inspector Calls" by J.B Priestley (I've already read this but didn't own my own copy), "Where the Wild Things Are" by Maurice Sendak and "The Velveteen Rabbit" by Margery Williams.
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