Best investment for a book lover

Book villa anniversary: Two years of great reading great reading courtesy of Book Villa.

I got my statement today for my second year in the Book Villa club which shows I read 25 books, ½ of which were non fiction – a slight improvement from year one

So, if you leave reading books, desire variety, or find the cost of new books prohibitive, check out Book Villa.

4 thoughts on “Best investment for a book lover

  1. Ken

    I’m one nasty guy. I registered took a book and have never gone back. That was in Nov last year.
    It’s mainly because I am always out of the country. I found it to be a great place for fiction, their non-fiction is still fairly kidogo.

  2. just what?

    bookvilla have a definately have a good deal going,but i love having piles of books for reference.reading a fine book just once doesn’t do it for me.

    the east african reports that “Deposits in Uganda’s commercial banks have increased by 36 per cent over the past three years to total Ush2.961 billion ($1.7 million)… ” does this mean that the ugandan’s only have 100 million bob in their banks? Is such an industry to be taken seriously (StanBic ipos etc)?

    just what?

  3. mudskippah

    Joined book villa in Jan. All I’ve read is sci-fi and fantasy so far, but I borrowed a Creative Non-fiction book 2 weeks ago, does that count under proper non-fiction? Great place for value.

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