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London Review  Bookshop, Bloomsbury WC1 Opened in 2003, it has established itself as a cultural hub, reflecting life in the capital. It is a space for book lovers to meet, converse and sample the excellent cakes  and beverages. Book selections include classics of literature, politics, poetry philosophy, children’s books, and many more. (44 words) 5 minutes Holborn tube


The Broadway Bookshop, ,Hackney E8:  A small independent bookshop,  specialising in literary fiction. Its quaint and interesting interior offers an excellent selection of poetry, philosophy, politics, biography, travel, art, and many more. The bookshop regularly holds events such as book signings and readings. (38words) Bethnal Green tube, London Fields Overground  


Primrose Hill Books, NWI Independently owned, it’s a family run bookshop.  It supplies new, and second-hand books in the latest titles, covering best sellers, children’s books and travel. It also features work from local artists and writers .It’s environment is friendly and welcoming. It’s location boasts easy access to shops, cafes and restaurants.  (50 words)  10 minutes Chalk farm tube