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North East England (37 books)

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Published 26.12.2018

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Whilst every effort has been made to ensure these details are correct, we recommend that you contact each individual bookshop before travelling any distance. Add your bookshop here. Probably leaning more to non-fiction books than fiction, it also has a small children's section which, when I was there at least, was a true elephants' graveyard of Blue Peter titles - annuals, paperbacks and small hardbacks. I have never seen so many Blue Peter books in one shop before. Good varied stock, prices seem to be creeping up so turnover does'nt seem as good as when first opened.

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Please sign in to write a review. If you have changed your email address then contact us and we will update your details. - A certain massive conglomerate known for their excessive cardboard packaging might have next day delivery but they'll never capture that wonder of a shop crammed with books just waiting to be plucked from the shelves and given a good home. If you're after a new novel, a travel guide or a picture book these shops in and around Newcastle will sort you out.

Most of this novel takes place underground and allows you to see the city from a very unique perspective — underground! You really can see the city from the tunnels underneath and this book takes that fact and plays on it in a very thrilling way. This book is firmly set in the West End of the city. Elswick and Benwell are working class areas and terraced houses line the streets. These were primarily houses for the workers at Swan Hunters, the factory which made the tanks, and the other factory workers found up and down the Tyne. This looks at the issues and the people of the inner city areas in general, not just Newcastle. Another one for discovering the gritty side to the city — this time in the s.

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