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It was the cover that caught my eye… #16

‘The Diary Of A Nobody’ – the title caught my attention almost as much as the cover, which I spotted on Wikipedia’s homepage today: First published by Arrowsmith in 1892, with the above cover, it’s a comic novel written by George and Weedon Grossmith-¬†and it’s also illustrated. I really love the colours of this cover, […]

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It was the cover that caught my eye… #12

Recent charity shop purchase: And inside… No idea what this book is, literally just saw the old cover and the fact it was 95p and bought it!

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It was the cover that caught my eye… #2

There’s not much I can say about the cover of this edition of H. G. Wells’ The Time Machine. I think it’s clear why I love it: The spine is equally exquisite: The fact that this book is clearly old and worn just makes it all the better for me. A well-loved book is a […]

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