How to get on well with people, how to adjust to losing someone you love? How to live? This question obsessed Renaissance nobleman Michel Eyquem de Montaigne (1533-92), who wrote...
Most of us have to work. But is work just a means to an end? In trying to make a living, have we lost touch with the idea of making...
Matthew B. Crawford
For too long we have convinced ourselves that the only jobs worth doing involve sitting at a desk. Drawing on the work of our greatest thinkers, from Aristotle to Heidegger...
Of more than a thousand books published about Bob Dylan this is the one that has been written with the Dylan's active cooperation.
The first volume in Issac Asimov's world-famous saga, winner of the Hugo Award for Best All-Time Novel Series.
John Christopher; Robert Macfarlane
A chilling tale of the breakdown of human society when a virus wipes out all the grass crops on Earth; it stands comparison with Lord of the Flies.
John Steinbeck; Richard Astro
In 1940, the author sailed in a sardine boat with his great friend the marine biologist, Ed Ricketts, to collect marine invertebrates from the beaches of the Gulf of California...
Combining gems from the archives with despatches obtained through the Freedom of Information Act, this title is a treasure trove of wit, venom and serious analysis. It sheds light on...
Does language reflect the culture of a society? Is our mother-tongue a lens through which we perceive the world? Can different languages lead their speakers to different thoughts? This title...
In 1935 Italy declared war on Abyssinia and Evelyn Waugh was sent to Addis Ababa to cover the conflict. This title captures the dilemmas and complexities of a feudal society...
A scorching and deeply personal autobiography lifting the lid on the life and character of one of English rugby's most successful ever players.
The international bestseller and Twitter sensation: a brilliant new comic voice, and a 100% real father-son relationship that lies somewhere between Curb Your Enthusiasm and The Wonder Years ...
George MacDonald Fraser
'There is no doubt that [Quartered Safe Out Here] is one of the great personal memoirs of the Second World War' John Keegan
Daniel H. Wilson
A post-apocalyptic vision of the war between human and machine, as an AI supercomputer attempts to wipe out humanity.
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Jan van Mersbergen; Laura Watkinson
A professional boxer and a family man meet by chance on a journey to the Pamplona Bull Run. The boxer is fleeing an unhappy love. The father hopes to escape...