Visiting The Last Bookstore

During my lunch break a few months ago, a co-worker and I walked to this lovely bookstore in Downtown LA called The Last Bookstore.

I asked my co-worker why he didn’t tell me about this bookstore sooner because it’s amazing!  They sell used, but decent books at cheap prices.  I only spent $16 on three books including sales tax and the books seem new.  They also sell new books as well, but at the retail price.  I was seriously in heaven being there.

If you ever find yourself on Spring Street in Downtown LA be sure to check out this awesome bookstore. I know I’ll be visiting regularly.

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Do you have a bookstore you love visiting?

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3 thoughts on “Visiting The Last Bookstore

  1. Arielle Joy December 1, 2014 at 12:00 pm Reply

    When I was growing up I used to go to the Friends of the Library Bookstore at my local libraries almost on a weekly basis to pick up books. Mostly the books were only $.50 or $.99 and a handful were $2 or $3. Needless to say I used to buy books by the armload! I was also lucky enough to have two of these close to my house, one in Mission Viejo and one in RSM! They sell used books that other people have donated and the money they raise goes towards buying new books for the library. It’s great because everyone wins! Of course, this was before I got into enjoying the kindle edition of novels, so I don’t go as often as I used to. I still enjoy browsing bookstores. There’s just something so special about being in a store that’s mainly dedicated to the wonderful world of reading 🙂

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  2. Karen @ One More Page... December 1, 2014 at 6:24 pm Reply

    That desk is AMAZING! Every bookstore should have a desk like that. I’ll definitely keep an eye out for The Last Bookstore if I’m ever in LA!

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