Where can you find a great book for under $10?

March 26, 2009 at 11:10 am Leave a comment

At Book Culture, of course!

Hit the stairs first, which are lined with stacks of remainders. On the first landing you’ll find Mark Mazower’s recent book Hitler’s Empire for only $8 and Tony Judt’s Reappraisals for $7. Turn the corner and check out the literary criticism section, where you’ll find Michael Wood’s The Road to Delphi for only $4.99 and the timely Panic! Markets, Crises & Crowds in American Fiction for $5.98. There are several gems lining the stairs, including two titles by Pamuk, Snow and Other Colors, each for $7.98. Stop at the next landing to browse the philosophy sale books and then continue on up to the tables on the 2nd floor. Here you’ll find, among many other things, a new crop of architecture titles, more literature and poetry (look for DeLillo’s Falling Man and Coetzee’s Inner Workings), and an overflowing table of history and african-american studies books.

Don’t miss the carts featuring a selection of the very newest remainders (on the carts now: Putin’s Russia by Anna Politkovskaya, Untapped: The Scramble for Africa’s Oil by John Ghazvinian, Vishnu’s Crowded Temple: India Since the Great Rebellion by Maria Misra).

If energy and time allow, head on to the cases of bargain books, where you will find a wonderful mix of mostly used books on every topic, all at excellent prices.

More new remainder titles to watch for while browsing at Book Culture:

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