Books & Art

Fully Booked Is Closing Three of Its Stores For Good

The bookseller made the announcement on its social media channels.

Fully Booked is a name many of us know and a lot of us have very fond memories in the bookseller's stores. From getting lost through shelves and shelves of books to ordering the hardest-to-find books, it's hard to remember what shopping for books was like before Fully Booked came into our lives.

We come to you with bad news about the retailer, though. Fully Booked is closing three of its branches, namely: Torre Lorenzo, Century City Mall, and Ayala Vertis North. The stores won't be closing all at once. Torre Lorenzo closed on January 12, Century City Mall closed on January 13, and Ayala Vertis North is closing on February 1.

The bookseller wrote: "A few of our branches are closing their doors forever on the following dates. If you were a frequenter at these branches, we still hope to see you at our other branches and [online]." Fully Booked also added that its S Maison is temporarily closed until further notice.


Fully Booked didn't really give a reason for the closures, but if you don't want any more stores to close you could shop more by dropping by other branches or online at Need some help? Here are the best coffee tables books right now, books to elevate your reading list, and business books to add to your bookshelf.

Early this month, Hobbes & Landes announced that it was closing down its flagship store in BGC. So yeah, it hasn't been a good month for our favorite stores.

Recommended Videos

Discover the best of culture, business, and style from Esquire Philippines. Visit Quento for more stories and subscribe to our YouTube channel for new videos. 

View More Articles About:
More Videos You Can Watch
About The Author
Paolo Chua
Associate Style Editor
Paolo Chua is the Associate Style Editor at Esquire Philippines, where he writes about fashion and grooming. Before joining Esquire Philippines, he was a writer at Town & Country Philippines.
View Other Articles From Paolo
Latest Feed
Load More Articles
Connect With Us