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Last Bookstore


I was on my homeward bound flight from Los Angeles when the magazine informed me about the wonderful Last Bookstore in downtown Los Angeles. Then Tina from Book Chatter mentioned it again when i posted my book adventure in West Hollywood. I think I need to make a trip back just to visit this one. I heard you can make a day trip of Last Bookstore and still not check out the entire collection. I texted my friend and he was very kind to go and take some snapshots for me. All books on the upstairs “labyrinth” are $1 each. New books and myriad of arts made with books will greet you in the main level. Formerly a bank building, the high ceiling gives the bookstore a very welcoming, open atmosphere.

3 Responses

  1. I plan to go there soon!! Maybe for my birthday.

  2. OMG you guys drive me crazy. We have nothing. NOTHING!

  3. Tina and Sandy: We should all meet in LA and have a book-fun weekend. 🙂

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