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The Book Bin Corvallis
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The Corvallis Book Bin is located in downtown Corvallis and is home to a wide selection of new and used books, as well as the very pithy book reviewer, Tess the Cat. The Salem Book Bin is located in the heart of downtown Salem. We invite you to visit us any day of the week. We will help you find your next great read, and if you are lucky, you will also get to spend time with our cat Rose.
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“Whenever I am in a particularly awful mood I will turn on a Nora Ephron movie and instantly feel better. From When Harry Met Sally to Julie & Julia, you can’t go wrong with a Nora Ephron screenplay for a little pick me up. This book was no different. Rachel is seven months pregnant when she finds out her husband is in love with another woman. Though rather than being a depressing book about marriage, it instead points out all of its oddities. The humor is topnotch and the dialogue is some...”Ruthie • Underground Books
“Deeply poetic and romantic, I can only describe this book as beautiful. Now will you have to read this book several times to understand the plot? Yes, absolutely. However you will fall in love with the main characters by the first chapter. Red and Blue are on the opposite sides of the time war, but leave letters tucked away for each other throughout time. You read as they fall in love with one another across the universe. Though neither of the main characters are human, they have some of the...”Ruthie • Underground Books
“Part memoir, part history, this book gives us an intimate look at gay bars and gay culture. It speaks about the importance of gay bars, but also the problems that they perpetuated. Melancholic, and I can only describe the writing as erotic but in an incredibly non-sexual way. It speaks to the feelings of missing out. Like the best days happened before you were born or maybe they never even existed at all. Oftentimes queer history has been erased, or heavily white washed. Jeremy Atherton Lin...”Ruthie • Underground Books
“This book is a freaking wild ride, which I recommend you get on. Yes, there is hot dog information between the unfiltered commentary from the author, who reminds me of a young Anthony Bourdain, while they wander along the road searching for this iconic food. ”CoriAnn • The Green Dragon Bookshop
“Shy baker and kick boxer Lyndsay opens a West Indian bakery in Brooklyn and has to defend herself from suspicion of murder- of another baker! A delightfully cozy mystery, with a wonderful family at its center. I loved the character development, the light (and bloodless) murder mystery and the warm, enveloping bakery vibes. And there are recipes! The narration was excellent, just the right amount of accent and tone. I have already ordered Spice Isle Bakery Mystery #2! ”Sarah • East City Bookshop
“This book was an absolute delight! Full of mirth, intrigue, and emotion. So enjoyable - I both couldn't wait to see what happened next and didn't want it to end. Murder Your Employer has earned the greatest compliment I can think to give: I would be proud if any of my employees got into The McMasters Conservatory for the Applied Arts and successfully 'graduated'. That's saying A LOT! The narration by Neil Patrick Harris & Simon Vance was masterful. ”Grace • The Novel Neighbor
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