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Take a ride out to the western part of the state and find the BookMill. First of all, your GPS cannot get you there....so go online or call and get directions. The BookMill is a book lover and music lovers dream. Thousands of books nestled...More
This place!!!! Oh goodness! Books of all kinds everywhere. Amazingly clean and tidy for so many used books. Relaxing atmosphere, places to sit and read and listen to the waterfall outside, and people who work there who know where everything is! Will definitely go back...More
I've been a visitor and shopper here since they opened many years ago and try to get up here at least once when I'm in town. There are two floors of books that cover most topics and the prices are a little on the high...More
I love the vibe of this whole Montague Mill complex....the Lady Killigrew cafe, the Alvah Stone Restaurant, and the Bookmill. It's so rare to still find a bookstore these days, but to find one of this caliber that also sells the most intersting cards and...More
This is in a charming setting, and it is a rather "eclectic" used book store. Having said that, if you are looking for something in particular, you'd be better off going on the internet and ordering from Powell's or Abebooks or someplace else that sells...More
I've seen much better used bookstores in the area. The spot is obviously the main draw here. Also, the prices are pretty good, and the fiction and young adult sections are quite extensive. If you're looking for anything else, you probably won't find it.
This is one of my favorite places in the world to go to! I used to love going to this place during gradschool to look for cheap books, get lost in the nook and crannys of the bookstore, and gaze upon the water if I...More
Bookstore in a repurposed mill. The mill waters can be heard rushing by throughout the building. Beautiful setting. The stock of books is quite eclectic, something for everyone. And prices are decent. We've visited several times over the last 10 years or so and always...More