My Reading List for the weekend

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@kijanamrefu there's a shop opposite Afya Centre which has good second-hand books. The only problem is that their stock is never constant as far as genre is concerned. Sometimes its largely children's books, other times its cookbooks only, and sometimes it'll be religious books. I usually just take my chances and pass by atleast twice a month and get lucky when they have new stock. There's also a guy who sells books on the street opposite Tusky's at Bus station but he is too expensive for the most part. His collection is pretty good though so if you need a book that you can't find elsewhere that he has in his batch, you can spend the extra cash there.

@Smith_ :D:D:D:D Which books do you have? Also, paste links if you have some in soft copy.
 
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@kijanamrefu there's a shop opposite Afya Centre which has good second-hand books. The only problem is that their stock is never constant as far as genre is concerned. Sometimes its largely children's books, other times its cookbooks only, and sometimes it'll be religious books. I usually just take my chances and pass by atleast twice a month and get lucky when they have new stock. There's also a guy who sells books on the street opposite Tusky's at Bus station but he is too expensive for the most part. His collection is pretty good though so if you need a book that you can't find elsewhere that he has in his batch, you can spend the extra cash there.

@Smith_ :D:D:D:D Which books do you have? Also, paste links if you have some in soft copy.
Thanks shawty.
 
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@tm wa klist I usually just enter the book title or author's name on Google and pick the first viable search result. Its no science, I take the laziest/quickest way I can get. :)

Its not often that I download e-books. I only do it when I can't find a good hard copy version.
 
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