Independent bookshops are struggling at the moment and while quite a few are finding innovative ways to stay afloat, it's getting rarer and rarer to find a proper, old-fashioned bookshop. By old fashioned I mean: disorganized, musty-smelling and staffed by a single grumpy middle aged man and a cat. I found this absolutely brilliant one on my lunch break the other day and filmed some of the interior to get across how great this place is to browse and discover stuff: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GtGFave_tww https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jmYn5mm6S9s&feature=youtu.be One of the features I really dug about this place was the "mystery books" stall he had out front. These were just half-priced books wrapped in brown paper with cryptic clues about the books titles on the front. What do you look for in a bookshop? P.S. if you live in the UK and you order a load of books online for convenience, but still wanna support your local bookshop, why not fuck off the tax-dodging cunts at amazon and look into hive.co.uk? you can nominate a bookshop of your choice to get a percentage of every purchase you make.