The local bookstore with a Global Conscience

Fiction, non-fiction, environment, poetry, history, mystery, biography, travel guides, children, young adult... and much, much more!

Wide selection of quality second-hand English paperbacks at reasonable prices. The most "dangerous" street in Budapest: good books and gourmet food


Create your own booklist here.

Thomas Mann: The Magic Mountain
J.D. Salinger: Franny and Zooey
Babits: Gólyakalifa
J.D. Salinger: Raise High the Roof Beam, Carpenters
E.T.A. Hoffmann: The Golden Flower Pot
Leo Tolstoy: Anna Karenina
Charles Dickens: Dombey and Son
Virginia Woolf: The Waves
Boris Pasternak: Dr Zhivago
Dezső Kosztolányi: Skylark
Russel Hoban: The Medusa Frequency
Christopher Isherwood: Mr Norris Changes Trains
Stephen Chbosky: The Perks of being a Wallflower
Suzanne Collins: The Hunger Games Trilogy
John Green: Looking For Alaska
John Green: The Fault in Our Stars
Victor Hugo: Les Miserables
Kazuo Ishiguro: Never Let Me Go
JK Rowling: The Harry Potter Saga
Gaston Laroux: The Phantom of the Opera
Audrey Niffenegger: The Time Traveller’s Wife
Anthony Rapp: Without You: A Memoir of Love, Loss and the Musical RENT
James Joyce: Finnegans Wake
James Joyce: Ulysses
James Joyce: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
William Gibson: Neuromancer
William Gibson: Pattern Recognition
Neil Stephenson: Snow Crash
Peter Greenaway: The Falls
Nick Cave: And the Ass Saw the Angel
John Milton: Paradise Lost
God: The Holy Bible
Audrey Niffenegger - The Time Traveller's Wife (something for everyone, including short history of punk music)
Walter Dean Myers - Fallen Angels (Follows a soilder's story in the Vietnam War)
Anna Blundy - Neat Vodka (British journalist in Moscow is accused of Murder)
William Goldman - The Princess Bride (the book IS better than the movie...from the same man who brought us Butch Cassidy)
Laurell K. Hammilton - The Anita Blake Series (Your IQ may drop, but you will be having so much fun you won't notice)
Elizabeth Kostova - The Historian
Eva Rice - The lost Art of Keeping Secrets (Young man after WWII, training to be a Magician...lots of fun)
Steven King - The Diary of Ellen Rimbaur (He won't admit to writing it, so you may find it in the Diary or Biography section)
Sandor Marai - Embers (English translation, ONE conversation in this book lasts SIX chapters...masterful)
Diana Gaboldon - The Outlander Series (Highland Scots fighting the English and explains what Stonehenge was used for)