Book Review : Confessions of a Bookseller
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*Disclaimer : I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are my own.
Hey there! Below you will find the synopsis of the book from the publisher, followed by a short review by me. (And a star rating.)
From the Publisher :
“Do you have a list of your books, or do I just have to stare at them?” Shaun Bythell is the owner of The Bookshop in Wigtown, Scotland. With more than a mile of shelving, real log fires in the shop and the sea lapping nearby, the shop should be an idyll for bookworms. Unfortunately, Shaun also has to contend with bizarre requests from people who don’t understand what a shop is, home invasions during the Wigtown Book Festival and Granny, his neurotic Italian assistant who likes digging for river mud to make poultices. The Diary of a Bookseller (soon to be a major TV series) introduced us to the joys and frustrations of life lived in books. Sardonic and sympathetic in equal measure, Confessions of a Bookseller will reunite readers with the characters they’ve come to know and love.
My Review :
I absolutely adored this book. From the diary format, to all of the unique characters, each page was just a delight. I loved getting a peek into the everyday moments with Shaun. I would highly recommend this book.