Alistair Darling's number one Sunday Times bestselling memoirs now available in paperback, updated with a new introduction.
Written by the author of Things Fall Apart, this memoir recalls his personal experiences of and reflections on the Biafran War, one of Nigeria's most tragic civil wars.
Spanning 1979-1987, this title charts Stephen's arrival at Cambridge up to his thirtieth birthday.
A Sunday Times Number One Bestseller. Britain's best loved comedienne, Miranda Hart, laments on the horrors of growing up and offers her younger self some essential advice on grappling with...
Training in a hospital in the 1930s, Edith Cotterill's long hours on the wards included encouraging leeches to attach to patients and the disposal in the furnace of amputated limbs...
Gives us a portrait of growing up in colonial Nigeria and inhabiting its 'middle ground', interrogating both the author's happy memories of reading English adventure stories in secondary school and...
There's never been a better time to be a woman: we have the vote and the Pill, and we haven't been burnt as witches since 1727. However, a few nagging...
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When the author returned home from Afghanistan, battle-worn, exhilarated, unsure if he'd see anything like it in his life again, he left behind him bands of friendship forged in the...
Meet Furious - sixteen, handsome and completely out of control. Nothing frightens him and no one can get through to him. Now meet Munchkin - a sweet kid with glasses...
Traces and documents the author's evolution from fledgling participant in the artistic and intellectual world of New York City to world-renowned critic and dominant force in the world of ideas...
When Dan Caro was only two years old he was engulfed in a fireball during a gasoline explosion in the family garage and was left with third-degree burns over most...
The world's greatest contrarian confronts his own death in this brave and unforgettable book.
During the first four years of World War II, Jan Karski worked as a messenger for the underground, risking his life in secret missions. He was captured, tortured, rescued, smuggled...
The acid, hilarious, confessional, provocative bestselling memoirs of our greatest contrarian, and the author of God Is Not Great.
From one of our most powerful writers, a work of stunning frankness about losing a daughter.