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Kuwait: No bookstores in Malls

Q at Kuwaitism argues that despite the surge in the number of shopping malls in his country, there is yet a bookshop to open in any one of them.
“I don’t buy the crap that people don’t read in Kuwait! Just look at Jareer, which is not the best store and in the worst locations, yet it seems to be busy mostly!
“When traveling, there seems to be some sort of book store or library at every corner, even if you go to a place like Dubai, not too far, you will find a Borders! We need a Borders or Barnes&Noble type of store here!”

1 comment

  • MG Hardie

    My book EveryDay Life is now out. I think that you and your readers would like to see what American is really all about.

    Tell me what you think.
    ISBN: 978-1-60594-036-6

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