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Hidden Reading Spaces Around London

Posted at 10:44AM Monday 14 Apr 2014

There's no greater indulgence in life than an hour or two of solace with one of your favourite books. Finding head space in London is easier said than done, but dig beneath the surface and you'll find the capital is dotted with quiet corners of paradise. From canal-side coffee shops to cavernous book stores and sleepy inner city squares, these little-known havens are your passport away from the maddening crowds.

So, as the weather gets warmer every day, throw your worries to the wind - leave demanding flatmates, work stresses and commuter woe behind - and grab a well-thumbed read to settle down in one of these fabulous hidden reading spots . . .

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