3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
The Rough Guide to Vintage London is a fantastic book. It's ticking all of the boxes, right from the gorgeous first cover. This book leaves no (rhine)stone unturned. I know a lot of vintage and indy shops in London and I was wowed by just how many new places this book highlighted for me (actually, my copy is now 50% highlighter). Even the most avid vintage fanatic will find something new in this book.
It's written with honesty and a dash of humour, it's laid out simply - central, north, south, east and west - with North and East being the most interesting sections. If you think London's vintage scene is getting a little tired, pick this book up. You'll want to go exploring for… Read more
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I loved this book! I read most of it while I was stuck on a train for four hours and it made my horrid journey actually quite enjoyable!
The book is actually aimed at children, or young adults, but I really think it could be enjoyed by anyone. I loved following Emiline on her adventure and my favourite mouse, Portly, was lots of fun to read!
It's without a doubt one of the most gripping books I've ever read. It's set in a fantasy world, but not for a second do you think it's far fetched. I kinda wish Elephant mice did exist. It's funny too, and you get strange looks from people on the train when you laugh out loud. I don't care. It's brilliant.
I've already… Read more