The Joy of Reading
“Fiction” refers to literature created from the imagination. Fiction genres include crime thrillers, fantasy, mysteries, romance, science fiction. Examples include Pompeii, Robert Harris; The Balkan Escape, Steve Berry; Sunbird, Wilbur Smith; The Horse Dancer, Jojo Moyes.
“Non-Fiction” refers to literature based on fact. Included in this genre is art, business, environmental, history, true crime. Examples include The Magnetic North, Sara Wheeler; The Library Book, Susan Orlean; Cyber War, Richard A Clarke; Leonardo da Vinci, Walter Isaacson.
Afrikaans is the language the books are written in. There are both fiction and non-fiction genres. Examples include Die Afrikaners, Herman Giliomee; Eilande, Dan Sleigh; Terugkeer naar het paradys, Breyten Breytenbach.
48 Bath Street, Montagu,
Western Cape, South Africa
+27 (23) 614 2772
|Monday - Tuesday||09h00 – 17h00|
|Wednesday||09h00 – 13h00|
|Thursday – Friday||09h00 – 17h00|
|Saturday||08h30 – 12h30|
Closed between 13h00 and 14h00
Our Book Store
Since 2000, The Montagu Bookshop has been promoting and selling readership in Montagu by providing a wide range of books for the community of Montagu, and visitors to the Town.
This reader-centric approach is all about, connecting books to people, people to books, authors to people and people to authors.
Our Bookshop in the heart of Montagu, and is home to a treasure trove of interesting books. Some of these book treasures include –
- Tales from Shakespeare, Charles & Mary Lamb;
- Tales from Natal, A.R.R. Turnbull.
We have many books by local authors – Larry Hester, Emile Badenhorst and Charles Bentley; new current affairs books; crime/thrillers and many others.
Come in and browse our wide selection. If your choice of book is not in stock, we will do all we can to find it for you.
We strive to have books that offer you an enjoyable adventure while reading.
What Readers Are Saying
I have met Mr Rudi Allmeyer as he came to see me in Cape Town and I told him about growing up in Montagu. I matriculated in 1953 and left to study in Cape Town and when I got married in 1959 went to live in Upington and moved to Cape Town in 1974 and have been here since.
From the photos your bookshop looks very nice and interesting. We hope to one day take a trip out and come and visit the town again.
Shared with kind permission from Mrs Eunice Movsowitz
Get In Touch!
+27 (23) 614 2772