Mr. Stevens sold this bookstore 5 years ago, he's now selling his private collection! Not the same, but causing some confusion for sure. The bookstore is a bit more organized every week! It's now almost completely alphabetized, and the sections make more sense. Much easier to shop, and while some of the prices seem high, they are willing to negotiate!
5048 Amber Clay LaneRaleigh, NC 27612
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I love the atmosphere of this bookshop. It's really worthy taking a whole day time digging books here. It's got everything. The bookshop seems to have more assistants than before. I love their customer's service. Moreover, recently, the bookshop is now much more organized than before, a place you can never miss in Raleigh!
I really love this place. I have spent many an hour and dollar in here. ..saw online the owner is looking to unload this place. I hope he fins a dedicated buyer as I would hate to see Raleigh lose a bookstore like it did when Lucy's Used Books closed many years ago.
I rally like this place. I can always find some hidden gems in here, whether its music, movies or books. Service is good and the employees are friendly and upbeat. The only thing I don't like is I wish they would accept a larger variety of books.
It had a pretty wide selection of books though hard to look through when it's double stacked and not really too organized. But definitely wide selection and cool DVD selection.
Not too much selection but worth while for general selection. I am a fan of Mr. Mike's in Cary so little disappointed with lack of books but may change.
I went in right when they opened and a couple times after that. I enjoyed browsing and found some great books. Service was friendly.
Parking sucks but they have some great used books and cool t-shirts. Friendly service.
Don't like the parking situation but I like the book selection and the service.
Great selection of historical fiction