Review; Remainders of the Day: More Diaries from The Bookshop, Wigton by Shaun Bythell

As I've read all the other books by Shaun Bythell, of course I had to read Remainders of the Day too, and today I'll post my review.

Description from Goodreads
The Bookshop in Wigtown is a bookworm's idyll - with thousands of books across nearly a mile of shelves, a real log fire, and Captain, the bookshop cat. You'd think after twenty years, owner Shaun Bythell would be used to the customers by now.

Don't get him wrong - there are some good ones among the antiquarian erotica-hunters, die-hard Arthurians, people who confuse bookshops for libraries and the toddlers just looking for a nice cosy corner in which to wee. He's sure there are. There must be some good ones, right?

Filled with the pernickety warmth and humour that has touched readers around the world, stuffed with literary treasures, hidden gems and incunabula, Remainders of the Day is Shaun Bythell's latest entry in his bestselling diary series.

My Thoughts on the Book
If you're into dry and sometimes a bit dark humour in addition to sarcasm and bookish musings, Remainders of the Day is an awesome book. It was nice with updates from Shaun, Granny, Sandy the Tattooed Pagan, Captain the bookshop cat, and all the others from Wigtown.

If one is in search of books about a bookshop located in Scotland, feel free to check out this book, as well as the others, by Shaun Bythell.


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