BOOKSTORES The Complete Guide To London's Best Bookshops CAMDEN, CITY OF WESTMINSTER, HACKNEY, HARINGEY, ISLINGTON, SOUTHWARK, TOWER HAMLETS anemptytextlline We chose our favourite bookshops to visit in the capital, some well-known, some hidden gems, but all glorious. Find Books Across Diverse Genres At Pages Of Hackney HACKNEY anemptytextlline It's also a local community hub where there’s always something going on. Any Amount Of Books Feels Like Wonderland CAMDEN anemptytextlline There is history in these books; their words are not the only story they tell. Peter Harrington Is A Wonderland Of First Edition Books CITY OF WESTMINSTER, KENSINGTON AND CHELSEA anemptytextlline A word of warning - you may never want to leave. Analog And Intuition TOWER HAMLETS anemptytextlline At Libreria, the books aren’t divided by genres but by themes. The layout tells its own story. Pen & Eliot: A Love Story CITY OF WESTMINSTER anemptytextlline The delight of it is to be surprised. You never know what you want until it calls out from the shelf to you. Housmans Is One Of London's Last Radical Bookshops ISLINGTON anemptytextlline It was established in 1945 in King’s Cross as a permanent space to promote peace, pacifism, and progressive ideas post WWII. Dog-Eared - From Mumbai To London CITY OF WESTMINSTER anemptytextlline In the days I had time on my hands between job applications and interviews, the bookshops of Charing Cross Road were my refuge in an otherwise unfamiliar London.