"It's the human aspect that's fun," Raymond says, "because the shop takes on the colour of your neighbourhood." Mount Royal Ave., home to a string of used-book shops is "a very human-level street. You wouldn't have that kind of success in, say, Brossard where it's all cars. Used-book shops don't work as drive-throughs. But if there were a couple in each neighbourhood, you'd find a lot of very different shops, and books."
Sunday, October 21, 2007
Used books in Montreal
"Walk into a good second-hand book shop, and there's an interesting selection made by a person, not a committee."
Posted by Isabella Kratynski at 9:22 AM