AddAll is a free price-comparison tool dedicated to finding you the best price on the book(s) of your choice. It does have a search facility, but if youíre the browsing type then itís best left alone until you have a clear idea of what you want to buy. You might want to start at one of the bookstores below and then come back to this one when you know what you want.
Not only one of the original online booksellers, but also one of the biggest and one of the best. There are many features that make Amazon the market leader, the best being the huge range of personal reviews by people just like you and me. Thereís also an excellent feature that points you to other books that are relevant to your selection. Itís easy to use and very reliable.
BOL claim to supply 'every book in print in the UK' (around 1.5 million titles) and the site is very easy to browse. There's also some good content on the site, including author interviews and some reader reviews (though admittedly not as many as Amazon). BOL is a great place to buy books in bulk, as the UK delivery charge is only £2.95 per order, no matter how many different books you choose.
When you think of books at Tesco, you probably think of the bog-standard selection they usually have instore. Not so. Tesco's online bookstore has a huge range, comparable with Amazon and BOL (with over a million titles) and often have some very good deals, thanks to their enormous buying power. You earn Clubcard points on your purchases, too. Very tasty.
find more bookstores with Google...
Clicking on this final link will present you with a list of online bookstores in the UK in order of their popularity. This lets you ignore all of my carefully thought-out advice and choose for yourself. You ungrateful swine!
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