In the olden days of physical bookstores, one of the pleasures of browsing (the kind you did using your feet) was the delight of spotting a book that had nothing to do with what you were looking for.
This bookstore is managed by a mouse. The mouse on your desk. Now, mice are notoriously bad at shelving books in alphabetical order, so this bookstore is probably the most poorly organized one you'll ever visit. But a mouse can climb 15-foot shelves quicker than you can stretch out your hand, and can get into all of the little nooks and crannies of the bookcases where long-forgotten books are hiding.
Let the mouse surprise you with what it finds as it crawls through the virtually dust-free shelves of this bookstore. Best of all, if you find something interesting, virtually any book you find here can be delivered to you in the real world, where you can read it.
Send the mouse over to the bookshelves on the left. Happy browsing!
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