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Really enjoyed reading this book. Congrats to Jeremy and other Tumbleweeds. Great read.Published 9 days ago by jwd410
A good story about a very interesting place, but not very well written.Published 1 month ago by Michael T. Sullivan
Bought book a while back. But in return from trip to Paris and of course to the bookstore I pulled it out and what a delightful extension of my visit. Read morePublished 1 month ago by PAB
Because it ended so abruptly.
Enjoyed this very much,the characters came alive,and the feeling of the store echoed in my mind.
SUCH A FUN BOOK, CAPTURING WHAT I EXPECTED. FROM THE BOOKSTORE THAT IS MY FAVORITE IN THE WHOLE WORLD. I have not lived there, except in dreams like this book provides. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Les Priest
This was a very enjoyable read. The author stumbles onto the Shakespeare and Company bookstore and ends up becoming a temporary resident. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Dagot
This is an enormously enjoyable memoir capturing a very eventful year or so in a young writer's life as he flees, penniless, to Paris from unpleasant circumstances in Canada. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Aanel Victoria