Introduction and Terms & Conditions

(please read this before contacting me TQ)

Direct questions at kit.punya.bookshelf(at) for any enquiries.

1. All items are authentic unless stated otherwise.

2. Serious buyers only. Prices are NON-NEGOTIABLE.

3. No refunds. So please, please, please ask me questions if you're not sure about anything.

4. Buyers must bear cost of postage (unless stated otherwise). Combined shipping allowed. Items will be sent out within 3 working days AFTER payment is received and verified.

*this means that AFTER I have contacted you to let you know that I've received your payment*

Pos Laju for Books -

RM8 for the First Book or One (1) book, add RM2 for EACH additional books. Buyers from Sabah & Sarawak, pls add RM3 to the total, tq...

Pos Express
RM6 for one to two books

Snail Mail/Parcel
RM5 for abt 5 books
(will take abt 3 to 5 days within Klang Valley, more if out of Klang Valley)

We're not responsible for losses or damages occuring in transit.

6. Pick up is possible (by confirmed appointment only) at:

Jusco AEON AU2 (Keramat) - after working hours, weekdays (Mon - Fri) and weekends
Ampang Point - weekends
Alamanda Putrajaya - weekdays during lunch
KLCC - weekends

Please advise me as soon as possible if you can't make it to the pick up. Thanks..

7. Booking allowed for 3 days with deposit ONLY. *due to some ppl making reservations but disappearing later... sorry!*

8. If it doesn't say "Sold, TQ!" or "Reserved", then its available. I usually only have ONE copy for each book only.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Raven's Gate by Anthony Horowitz SOLD

Raven's Gate by Anthony Horowitz - NOW RM10 was RM15
(Bought at Retail for Rm36.90)
- From 14-year-old Matt is arrested at the scene of an electronics warehouse break-in. Soon, he's remanded to the home of a crone in a country village. She's ornery, but the village is out and out creepy: he can't find a road that goes anywhere but in a circle and it seems everyone to whom he turns for help winds up dead. Horowitz's Alex Rider books presented the boy against the system of national espionage. Matt's situation is even worse-his opponents are witches. Simon Prebble's pacing as Matt struggles from quicksand, is chased by dinosaurs through the Natural History Museum, and finds himself about to be sacrificed by the coven in a secluded wood remains agonizingly steady, wringing every drop of horror from the author's carefully drawn plot in this fantasy set in modern times.-Francisca Goldsmith, Berkeley Public Library, CA