Would have loved to engage more with the guy behind the desk about the books but the whole place has a rather exclusive air that made me give up. Then the books are not really promoted very well and the sections (being a small shop I understand) are crammed together so that themes don't jump out. There isnt any point of sale or using an issue to draw people inside. Once there was a closed sign and they were having a book reading, but why not open the door and let passers by inside to listen?
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