"Lives up to its inviting title." - Times Literary Supplement
"Very worthwhile but not too worthy, this is a timely call to arms." - Monocle
'All these writers convey the magic of bookshops, while also making their vulnerability in recent times a recurrent theme.' - Guardian
'If you have ever lost yourself in a bookshop, felt the world fall away as you took a book off the shelves, this spell-binding collection will carry you off to shops near, far, lost and imagined.' - Mail on Sunday
'Everywhere bookshops are fast disappearing. Sixteen writers from around the world remind us why we should cherish them at all costs.' - Spectator
‘A lovely collection of touching and personal accounts of books and bookshops. Each author’s writing style is unique and transports you across the globe.’ — Cub Magazine
'In celebrating bookshops, Browse heralds humanity, with all its glorious eccentricities.' - Country Life
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