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Businiess name:  Twice Sold Tales
Review by:  Iris F.
Review content: 
One of the charms of used book stores is that half the reason they exist is that the owners just love acquiring and being surrounded by all those books. If you actually want to come in and buy something, they'll consent to sell it to you, but they'll go out of business sooner than pander to the public at large. Don't like cats? Don't come to Twice Sold Tales. The people who run it do like cats, and they'd rather have the cats than have you. What they do worry about is if you mistreat their cats, and there are a couple signs warning about this. The recommended book shelves hold unexpected nuggets of literary gold, and a random wander through the place produces an armful of everything you weren't looking for. It's true that the owners aren't going to come up to you and make nice and ask if they can help you -- but they also won't give you a hard time if you hunker down on one of the wooden stools and just read. They also have classy taste in literature. It's nice to see English majors find a niche in the world.

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