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If you are looking for a bookshop that offers the works of home grown writers and features the history and literature in the point of view of the oppressed and not the point of view of the victors, Mt. Cloud is the exact location you...More
I love a local book store just as much as the next guy, but this one wasn't as fantastic as everyone made it seem. It was very small and didn't have as many books as the pictures lead us to believe. Still worth a visit...More
I had a hard time finding this shop. Initially followed the map but ended up asking around as I just couldnt find it. Good thing they were open til 8pm which allowed me a few more minutes to look around.
The shop was cozy and...More
I love this store. There are many local authors with old folktales that is sold here. I bought a book as souvenirs an some really unique and special postcard. Luckily they accept credit card as I was running out of cash. The lady who was...More
Location: Casa Vallejo Bldg, DPS Compound Access Road.
the street just below SM's access road. We had a hard time looking for this place as we asked the locals and were clueless of its existence. Even some of the cab drivers were not familiar with...More
Quite a lot of UP Imprint books. Had rather hoped for more range of Philippines surveys, but the selection of academic titles is quite good and there are gems here. The best thing about Mt. Cloud is that it's a proper independent bookshop,
We went there and the place is just heaven! The crew were so nice and the place is just so good. It is full of local books and even though the place is quite small roaming around it is just so good. The second floor...More
We were actually headed for the Hill Station restaurant when we stumbled across this place. We ended up staying for an hour just browsing. There are lots of locally published books here and we ended up buying some. The person manning the counter was nice...More