Foyles is not for those who are used to run-of-the-mill and impersonal bookstores. The store has gained a place in the ... More
Foyles is not for those who are used to run-of-the-mill and impersonal bookstores. The store has gained a place in the Guinness Book of Records for having the largest shelf area! There are excellent opportunities for leisurely browsing through its huge stock. The layout is quirkily haphazard and you may have to spend a while wandering around its many floors before finding what you're looking for. But, as long as you've got the time, Foyles is endlessly fascinating. Famous for their literary lunches and various events, with the likes of Will Self and other popular authors, it's well worth dropping by.
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