I popped into my local Waterstones a couple of weeks ago, and they had a massive sale on. The shelves at the back of the store were filled with books at £1 or £3, and so obviously I couldn’t resist having a rummage through them.
I did find that quite a few of the books were damaged, which must be the reason they were in the sale but I found a couple of Leo Tolstoy books that I had to pick up as they were both £1 each! Both of them are in great condition, and so I can’t understand why they were only £1, but I’m not complaining at all. I have no idea when I’ll get round to reading them as they’re pretty hefty books though they’ll look nice sat in my book cupboard.
I also ordered The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry from Amazon for £3.85. I bought it as my book club have chosen in for the November book. I’m going to try and give it a read but I’m not sure i’ll get to the book club meeting as I’ve got quite a few assignments to do. I’m also not that keen on reading it, I’m not sure why but it has never appealed to me, yet I’ve heard good things about it.
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