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Accessing the healing power of the vagus nerve by Stanley Rosenberg

Accessing the healing power of the vagus nerve

Stanley Rosenberg

The best-selling book on the topic--now in 11 languages. This practical guide to understanding the cranial nerves as the key to our psychological and physical well-being builds on Stephen Porges's Polyvagal Theory--one of the most important recent developments...

Homegrown by Jeffrey Toobin


Jeffrey Toobin

The definitive account of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing and the enduring legacy of Timothy McVeigh, leading to the January 6 insurrection--from acclaimed journalist Jeffrey Toobin.Timothy McVeigh wanted to start a movement. Speaking to his lawyers days after...

Went to London, took the dog by Nina Stibbe

Went to London, took the dog

Nina Stibbe

Twenty years after leaving London, Nina Stibbe is back in town with her dog, Peggy. Together they take up lodging in the house of writer Deborah (Debby) Moggach in Camden for 'a year-long sabbatical'. It's a break from married life back in Cornwall, or even...

The fourth turning is here by Neil Howe

The fourth turning is here

Neil Howe

The visionary behind the bestselling phenomenon The Fourth Turning looks once again to America's past to predict our future in this startling and hopeful prophecy for how our present era of civil unrest will resolve over the next ten years--and what our lives...

An exorcist explains the demonic by Gabriele Amorth

An exorcist explains the demonic

Gabriele Amorth

From Fr. Gabriele Amorth, the renowned exorcist in Rome, comes this powerful, eye-opening book on the deadly antics of Satan and his fallen angels, as well as spiritual remedies for each.

What's in it for them? by Joe Polish

What's in it for them?

Joe Polish

WALL STREET JOURNAL BESTSELLER! When everyone around you is asking What's in it for me?, Joe Polish--"the most connected person on the planet"--offers one simple question to change the conversation. There's no shortage of networking and entrepreneurship advice...

Blood on their hands by Mandy Matney

Blood on their hands

Mandy Matney

The highly anticipated inside look at the collapse of the Murdaugh dynasty by the celebrated investigative journalist and creator of the #1 hit Murdaugh Murders Podcast, Mandy Matney. Years before the name Alex Murdaugh was splashed across every major media...

The two-headed whale by Sandy Winterbottom

The two-headed whale

Sandy Winterbottom

An elegant blend of "polemic, industrial history, nautical writing, elegy, and ecology" (The Scotsman), The Two-Headed Whale charts the tragic history of the post-war whaling industry alongside the author's thrilling memoir of sailing the Antarctic. In 2016,...

The 38 letters from J.D. Rockefeller to his son by John D. (John Davison) Rockefeller

The 38 letters from J.D. Rockefeller to his son

John D. (John Davison) Rockefeller

The 38 letters written by Rockefeller to his son imparting his perspectives, ideology, and wisdom to his son.

Reclaiming childbirth as a rite of passage by Rachel Reed

Reclaiming childbirth as a rite of passage

Rachel Reed

It's time for a childbirth revolution.Childbirth has always been, and always will be, a significant rite of passage that transforms a woman into a mother. However, the modern approach to maternity care fails women, families and care providers with outdated...

Iron and Blood by Peter H. (Peter Hamish) Wilson

Iron and Blood

Peter H. (Peter Hamish) Wilson

Brought to you by Penguin.For most of its existence German-speaking Europe has been splintered into innumerable states - some substantial (such as Austria and Prussia) and some consisting of just a few Alpine meadows. Its military experience has also been...

The carbon almanac

The carbon almanac

When it comes to the climate, we don't need more marketing or anxiety. We need established facts and a plan for collective action.The climate is the fundamental issue of our time, yet it seems we can barely agree on what is really going on, let alone what...

Fancy bear goes phishing by Scott J. Shapiro

Fancy bear goes phishing

Scott J. Shapiro

Brought to you by Penguin.It's a signal paradox of our times that we live in an information society but do not know how it works. And without understanding how our information is stored, used and protected, we are vulnerable to having it exploited. In Fancy...

Die Philosophie der Freiheit by Rudolf Steiner

Die Philosophie der Freiheit

Rudolf Steiner

Rudolf Steiner (1861 - 1925 war Gründer der Waldorfschulen und Wegbereiter der Anthroposophie. In diesem Buch legt er seine Philosophie dar und beschreibt, unter welchen Bedingungen der Mensch in seinem Denken und Handeln als geistig freies Wesen bezeichnet...

Dumb ideas by Eric André

Dumb ideas

Eric André

From the brilliantly demented minds behind The Eric Andre Show and Bad Trip, an insane illustrated compendium about the art of pranking.Eric André is a master of the art of pranking--"an Andy Kaufman for the Four Loko generation," as Spin magazine once hailed...

The body code by Bradley Nelson

The body code

Bradley Nelson

Brought to you by Penguin. Heal yourself in body and mind The Body Code is a truly revolutionary method of holistic healing. Dr. Bradley Nelson, a globally renowned expert in bioenergetic medicine, has spent decades teaching his powerful self-healing method...

Hermit by Jade Angeles Fitton


Jade Angeles Fitton

Brought to you by Penguin. When Jade's partner leaves the barn that they moved into just weeks before, he leaves a dent in the wall and her life unravelled. Numbed from years in the destructive relationship, she faces an uncertain future and complete solitude....

All the beauty in the world by Patrick Bringley

All the beauty in the world

Patrick Bringley

Brought to you by Penguin. Millions of people climb the grand marble staircase into New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art every year. But only a select few have unrestricted access to every nook and cranny. They're the guards in dark blue suits, keeping...

How to build impossible things by Mark Ellison

How to build impossible things

Mark Ellison

Brought to you by Penguin. Wildly irreverent and beautifully warm, this is a story about practice, competence and failure, told through tales in a world most of us never see. 'Life is worth regular examination. I have found a great deal of meaning in learning...

Why empires fall by Peter Heather

Why empires fall

Peter Heather

Brought to you by Penguin.Over the last three centuries, the West rose to dominate the planet. Then, suddenly, around the turn of the millennium, history reversed. Faced with economic stagnation and internal political division, the West has found itself in...

Rewilding by Paul (Paul Robert) Jepson


Paul (Paul Robert) Jepson

Rewilding is the first popular book on the ground-breaking science behind the restoration of wild nature. As ecologists Paul Jepson and Cain Blythe show, rewilding is a new and progressive approach to conservation, blending radical scientific insights with...

Storm of steel by Ernst Jünger

Storm of steel

Ernst Jünger

Storm of Steel is a gripping memoir of World War I, written by Ernst Jünger, a German officer who served on the Western Front from 1914 to 1918. Jünger recounts his experiences in vivid and unflinching detail, from the horrors of trench warfare and gas...

Dark matter by James Kinross

Dark matter

James Kinross

Brought to you by Penguin.An urgent investigation into the brave new world of the microbiome and how it shapes our lives and health.The microbiome is the missing link in modern medicine: a vast genetic universe of bacteria, yeasts, viruses and parasites that...

Killer in the Kremlin by John Sweeney

Killer in the Kremlin

John Sweeney

Brought to you by Penguin.THE INSTANT SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLER - NOW UPDATED WITH FOUR NEW CHAPTERSA gripping and explosive account of Vladimir Putin's tyranny, charting his rise from spy to tsar, exposing the events that led to his invasion of Ukraine and his...

Blue machine by Helen Czerski

Blue machine

Helen Czerski

Brought to you by Penguin. FINANCIAL TIMES 2023 HIGHLIGHTAll of the Earth's ocean, from the equator to the poles, is a single engine powered by sunlight - a blue machine. In a book that will recalibrate our view of this defining feature of our planet,...

What they don't teach you about money by Claer Barrett

What they don't teach you about money

Claer Barrett

A short and indispensable whistle-stop tour through the most efficient financial habits that will get you on your way to financial freedom. Get to the bottom of the most common money issues via unpicking the psychology behind them - how they reel us in, why we...

Allergic by Theresa MacPhail


Theresa MacPhail

Brought to you by Penguin. Hay fever. Peanut allergies. Eczema. Billions of people worldwide have some form of allergy; millions have one severe enough to seriously endanger their health. And over the past decade, the number of people diagnosed with allergy...

How economics can save the world by Erik Angner

How economics can save the world

Erik Angner

Brought to you by Penguin. Economics has the power to make the world a better, happier and safer place: this book shows you howOur world is in a mess. The challenges of climate change, inequality, hunger and a global pandemic mean our way of life seems more...

A woman's guide to claiming space by Eliza Vancort

A woman's guide to claiming space

Eliza Vancort

For too long, women have been told to confine themselves--physically, socially, and emotionally. Eliza VanCort says now is the time for women to stand tall, raise their voices, and claim their space. Women fight the pressure to make themselves small in...

Deliberate calm by Jacqueline Brassey

Deliberate calm

Jacqueline Brassey

A trio of McKinsey & Company veterans draws from a unique combination of psychology, neuroscience, and consciousness practices plus a combined 50-plus years of international board room experience to offer a unique approach to learning and leading with...

The T in LGBT by Jamie Raines

The T in LGBT

Jamie Raines

Brought to you by Penguin.Hey, I'm Jamie, a 29-year-old trans guy from the UK. I've been transitioning for 12 years now after realising I was trans (by accident!) at sixteen years old. I knew I was a boy since the age of four, but realised whilst growing up...

The way forward by author Yung Pueblo (Writer)

The way forward

author Yung Pueblo (Writer)

The #1 New York Times bestselling poet returns with his most ambitious collection yet. In this third and final installment of his poetic trilogy, Yung Pueblo expands upon favorite themes while guiding readers further, toward a life lived authentically,...

Sometimes therapy is awkward by Nicole Arzt

Sometimes therapy is awkward

Nicole Arzt

From Nicole Arzt, licensed marriage and family therapist and founder of Psychotherapy Memes- a global community of more than 80,000 followers- comes a dynamic approach to understanding the therapist career. Sometimes therapy is awkward. And sometimes it's also...

The Josiah manifesto by Jonathan Cahn

The Josiah manifesto

Jonathan Cahn

Is there an answer, a guide, a blueprint that reveals what you need to know to survive, to stand, and to prevail in view of what's coming in the days ahead? Has it been revealed to us in a sign from ancient mystery now playing out in modern times before our...

Tired of Winning by Jonathan Karl

Tired of Winning

Jonathan Karl

Picking up where the New York Times bestseller Betrayal left off, Tired of Winning explores how Donald Trump remade the Republican Party in his own image?and the wreckage he?s left in his wake.? Packed with new reporting, Tired of Winning: Donald Trump and the...

The other renaissance by Paul Strathern

The other renaissance

Paul Strathern

It is generally accepted that the European Renaissance began in Italy. However, a historical transformation of similar magnitude also took place in northern Europe at the same time. This 'Other Renaissance' was initially centred on the city of Bruges in...

Divine Might by Natalie Haynes

Divine Might

Natalie Haynes

We meet Athene, who sprang fully formed from her father's head: goddess of war and wisdom, guardian of Athens. We run with Artemis, goddess of hunting and protector of young girls (apart from those she decides she wants as a sacrifice). Here is Aphrodite,...

Sensitive by Jenn Granneman


Jenn Granneman

Do you have a heightened sense of empathy? Do you often notice details that others ignore? Do you ever feel overwhelmed in a busy, loud environment?If you answered yes to any of those questions, chances are you're a 'highly sensitive person', along with one...

The perfection trap by Thomas Curran

The perfection trap

Thomas Curran

When did 'good enough' become the same as 'perfect'? Why does society increasingly promote ideals that are completely unrealistic? And what does it mean for all of us that perfectionism is on the rise?In The Perfection Trap, you'll discover what's really...

Head & heart by Kirstin Ferguson

Head & heart

Kirstin Ferguson

If leadership is simply a series of moments, every moment gives you the opportunity to leave a positive legacy for those you lead. In this ground-breaking book, award-winning leadership expert and business leader Kirstin Ferguson upends the traditional notion...

The feminist killjoy handbook by Sara Ahmed

The feminist killjoy handbook

Sara Ahmed

We have to keep saying it because they keep doing it.Do colleagues roll their eyes in a meeting when you use words like sexism or racism? Do you refuse to laugh at jokes that aren't funny? Have you been called divisive for pointing out a division? Then you are...

Bad pharma by Ben Goldacre

Bad pharma

Ben Goldacre

Goldacre uncovers a shockingly corrupt industry in a passionate and accessible manner. His genuine and thorough research brings to light some revelatory tales of the Pharmaceutical industry and investigates the motives behind our treatments. Following t

The soul by James Porter Moreland

The soul

James Porter Moreland

In a culture in which science is believed to hold the answers to every question, spiritual realities like the soul are often ignored or ridiculed. We are told that neuroscience holds the key to explaining every aspect of human behavior. Yet Christian...

The human mind by Paul Bloom

The human mind

Paul Bloom

Are you a human? Do you have a mind? Then this book is for you. Nothing is more familiar and yet less understood than the human mind. It defines the experience of being human, and yet its workings contain some of the deepest mysteries ever encountered. Written...

The wolf you feed by Andrew (Sports journalist) Webster

The wolf you feed

Andrew (Sports journalist) Webster

Wayne Bennett is the greatest rugby league coach Australia has ever had. He has won seven premierships and is the greatest man manager the game has known. He is a living contradiction - a self-professed introvert who can hold an audience in the palm of his...

Men's work by Connor Beaton

Men's work

Connor Beaton

"Using real-life stories from men he's coached while guiding you through practical, accessible exercises, Beaton takes you on a three-part journey to uncovering, facing, and freeing yourself from psychological and emotional obstacles"--

The worlds I see by Fei Fei Li

The worlds I see

Fei Fei Li

The moving memoir of a scientist coming of age as an immigrant in America who finds her calling at the forefront of the AI revolution.Wired called Dr. Fei-Fei Li "one of a tiny group of scientists--a group perhaps small enough to fit around a kitchen...

The jolliest bunch by Danny Pellegrino

The jolliest bunch

Danny Pellegrino

The holidays are always merry, but the mishaps shine bright. For many families, the holiday season is--quite frankly--unhinged. Whether that involves inappropriately improvised monologues at the children's Christmas pageant, gifts that land someone in the...

We should all be millionaires by Rachel Rodgers

We should all be millionaires

Rachel Rodgers

Includes an audiobook-exclusive 7 Daily Habits Guide! While ninety percent of the world's millionaires are men, only ten percent are women, making it difficult for women to wield the economic power that will create lasting equality. Rachel Rodgers, founder of...

Blood in the machine by Brian Merchant

Blood in the machine

Brian Merchant

Longlisted for the Financial Times Business Book of the YearThe "rich and gripping" true story of the first time machines came for human jobs--and how the Luddite uprising explains the power, threat, and toll of big tech and AI today (Naomi Klein) The most...

Class by Stephanie Land


Stephanie Land

From the New York Times bestselling author who inspired the hit Netflix series about a struggling mother barely making ends meet as a housecleaner--a gripping memoir about college, motherhood, poverty, and life after Maid . When Stephanie Land set out to write...

My effin' life by Geddy Lee

My effin' life

Geddy Lee

The long-awaited memoir from the iconic Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Rush bassist, and bestselling author of Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass.Geddy Lee is one of rock and roll's most respected bassists. For nearly five decades, his playing and work as...

I'm Liz Hayes by Liz Hayes

I'm Liz Hayes

Liz Hayes

Liz Hayes has graced our television screens for more than four decades. Millions of Australians kicked off their weeks with Liz co-hosting Channel 9's Today show, and now for over 25 years have settled into their Sunday nights to watch her investigative...

Uncommon sense teaching by Barbara A. Oakley

Uncommon sense teaching

Barbara A. Oakley

"A groundbreaking guide to improve teaching based on the latest research in neuroscience, from the bestselling author of A Mind for Numbers"--

Breaking free of child anxiety and OCD by Eli R. Lebowitz

Breaking free of child anxiety and OCD

Eli R. Lebowitz

Parenting an anxious child means facing constant challenges and questions: When should parents help children avoid anxiety-provoking situations, and when should they encourage them to face their fears? How can parents foster independence while still supporting...

The race against time  by Richard Askwith

The race against time

Richard Askwith


Brought to you by Penguin. An exploration of the art of running, and a quest to ensure you can continue for a lifetimeNever before have so many people run so many miles, or set themselves such ambitious targets, in pursuit of self-fulfillment: marathons,...

Z generation  by Ian (Historian) Garner

Z generation

Ian (Historian) Garner


How did Vladimir Putin galvanize the Russian people to back his genocidal war in Ukraine, and why are so many of them willing to embrace fascism? This vivid, on-the-ground narrative reveals how Russia's fascist generation came into being-and the dark future...

Systemsturz  by Kohei Saito


Kohei Saito


Ohne Kapitalismus in die Zukunft Das Wirtschaftswachstum der Moderne versprach uns ein Leben im Wohlstand. Jedoch wird durch die Umweltkrise klar, dass es gerade das Wirtschaftswachstum ist, das die Grundlagen des menschlichen Wohlstands untergräbt....

With love, chaos and rigatoni  by Jenna Holmes

With love, chaos and rigatoni

Jenna Holmes


This audiobook features an exclusive conversation between Jenna and her friend Tory. Jenna Holmes, known affectionately by her community as P Mami, has cultivated a lifestyle centred around extracting the most pleasure from the simplest of things. The ones...

Question 7. by Richard Flanagan

Question 7.

Richard Flanagan


EMDR and somatic psychotherapy toolbox  by Bennett Webb

EMDR and somatic psychotherapy toolbox

Bennett Webb


Do you have any knowledge of EMDR therapy? Are you aware of the many eye motions used to reduce tension, anxiety, and undesirable thoughts? Do you want to be stress-free and move on from your past?Trauma is an unavoidable part of life. You or someone you care...

What about men?  by Caitlin Moran

What about men?

Caitlin Moran


As any feminist who talks about the problems of girls and women will know, the first question you will ever be asked is 'But what about MEN?' After eleven years of writing bestsellers about women and dismissing this question, having been very sure that the...

Scatter brain  by Shappi Khorsandi

Scatter brain

Shappi Khorsandi


Brought to you by Penguin.Some brains, through no fault of their own, pack a bag, turn the lights off and run away to the seaside the moment they are meant to be doing homework, paying bills or not putting the cat in the fridge. These are ADHD brains. I have...

The catch  by Anna Clark

The catch

Anna Clark


In every coastal town in Australia, there's a bait shop and a boat ramp. Fishing rods are strung up in laundries and garages around the country, waiting for their next outing. Walk over a bridge, look across to a wharf and there will be people casting a line....




Since 2021, tens of thousands of readers have devoured the Ask Shameless weekly columns on dating, friendship and self-development, written by the Shameless podcasters and a team of talented young Australian writers.In 4 am, Zara and Michelle have curated...

Daughter of Gloriavale  by Lilia Tarawa

Daughter of Gloriavale

Lilia Tarawa


In this personal account, Lilia Tarawa exposes the shocking secrets of the cult, with its rigid rules and oppressive control of women. She describes her fear when her family questioned Gloriavale's beliefs and practices. When her parents fled with their...

Kill the pharaoh!  by Victor Pemberton

Kill the pharaoh!

Victor Pemberton


A suspenseful archaeological thriller full of secrets, lies and mysteries from acclaimed writer and producer Victor Pemberton. Best known as a TV producer, writer and script editor for Doctor Who, Victor Pemberton created the Doctor's most iconic gadget, the...

Dish  by Rhys Nicholson


Rhys Nicholson


Every now and then, when the planets align in just the right way, a book comes along that changes everything. An author sweats and toils to birth a tome with such colossal cultural impact, it has the power to retune the entire world to a whole new frequency....

The man who wasn't there  by Dan Box

The man who wasn't there

Dan Box


A true story about lies, murder and the Territory. 'Sorry, mate, but that's the message.' Zak says to grow some balls and defend him. You've got to remember he is still a young bloke, stuck in Darwin prison where it's always hot, the food is slop and they get...

Lies my mirror told me  by Wendy Harmer

Lies my mirror told me

Wendy Harmer


I just had this incredible epiphany. It was like, "hang on a minute: you mean, I get a microphone, the lights come on me, people listen to what I have to say and I get paid!" There was no going back. Wendy Harmer has had an extraordinary life. From being born...

Showing up  by Nedd Brockmann

Showing up

Nedd Brockmann


Get comfortable with being uncomfortable - the story of a 23-year-old tradie who put his body 'through hell and back 10 times' to prove that anything is possible when you break past your own barriers. Nedd Brockmann isn't afraid to dream big. Fresh after...

Bloody minded  by Alex Dowsett

Bloody minded

Alex Dowsett


IMAGINE COMPETING IN THE WORLD'S MOST BRUTAL CYCLE RACES, KNOWING THAT A CRASH COULD BE FATAL Alex Dowsett is one of Britain's greatest cyclists. He has ridden Grand Tours and Classics for elite teams including Sky and Movistar and broke the iconic World Hour...

How to build an aircraft carrier  by Christopher Terrill

How to build an aircraft carrier

Christopher Terrill


Brought to you by Penguin.Hear the enthralling story of the HMS Queen Elizabeth, the Royal Navy's largest ever warship.65,000 tons. 280 metres long. A flight deck the size of sixty tennis courts. A giant piece of Sovereign British territory that's home to up...

Big mouth  by Matt Preston

Big mouth

Matt Preston


For a man who has been firmly in the public eye for the past decade or more, Matt Preston has been very, very quiet about his past and private life. There are reasons for this. Now, in Big Mouth, Matt opens up about his early years for the first time - the...

Look what you made me do  by Megan Norris

Look what you made me do

Megan Norris


One Australian woman is hospitalised every three hours and two more lose their lives each week as a result of family violence. But for some women there is a punishment far more enduring than injury or their own death. Look What You Made Me Do is a timely...

When Fury takes over  by John Fury

When Fury takes over

John Fury


This audiobook includes a special introduction read by John Fury. 'My dad is truly a Man amongst Men ' Tyson Fury, I'm a traveller, a bare knuckle boxer and the father of Britain's most successful sportsman and heavyweight boxing champion. My life has been...

Awe  by Dacher Keltner


Dacher Keltner


Brought to you by Penguin.From a foremost expert on the science of emotions, a groundbreaking exploration into the history, psychology and meaning of aweSocial psychologist Dacher Keltner has spent his career speaking to different groups of people, from...

Kerry Katona  by Kerry Katona

Kerry Katona

Kerry Katona


As one of the most recognisable faces in showbiz today, Kerry Katona has seen more than her fair share of ups and downs played out in public. Once labelled 'the nation's sweetheart,' the Atomic Kitten singer rose from foster care to international stardom but...

Berserker!  by Adrian Edmondson


Adrian Edmondson


From brutal schooldays to 80s anarchy, through The Young Ones, Bottom and beyond, Berserker! is the one-of-a-kind, fascinating memoir from an icon of British comedy, Adrian Edmondson. Ade Edmondson smashed onto the comedy circuit in the 1980s, stormed The...

In the blood  by Andrew Motion

In the blood

Andrew Motion


In the Blood is Andrew Motion's beautifully written memoir of growing up in post-war England - an unforgettable evocation of family life, school life and country life. It also tells the story of how these worlds are shattered, when his mother suffers a...

The deepest well  by Nadine Burke Harris

The deepest well

Nadine Burke Harris


A pioneering physician reveals how childhood stress leads to lifelong health problems and what we can do to break the cycle. For anyone who has faced a difficult childhood, or who cares about the millions of children who do, the innovative and acclaimed health...

Alan Joyce and Qantas  by Peter Harbison

Alan Joyce and Qantas

Peter Harbison


The twists and turns of the last 15 years of the Qantas story contain all the ingredients of a corporate thriller, with constant shocks to the system, and boardroom dramas and disasters narrowly avoided. During this tumultuous period, as CEO of Australia's...

Self-belief is your superpower  by Tory Archbold

Self-belief is your superpower

Tory Archbold


Empowerment to Find Your True Life Purpose. In this step-by-step guide, powerhouse Tory Archbold shares her proven principles for success in building entrepreneurial empires. This powerful book for women leaders demonstrates how trusting your intuition and...

The seaweed revolution  by Vincent Doumeizel

The seaweed revolution

Vincent Doumeizel


Of all the unexploited resources in the world, seaweed is the greatest. Without it, there would be no crustaceans, nor fish. The ocean would be a desert without carbon or oxygen, and half of our atmosphere's oxygen would be gone. The most recent research tells...

A million ways to stay on the run  by Donal Mac Intyre

A million ways to stay on the run

Donal Mac Intyre


A Sunday Times bestseller. No criminal sparked as much fear and loathing among the public and law enforcement as underworld crime boss, Kenny Noye. A man with a central role in some of the most high-profile crimes of a generation. From the £125 million...

The geek way by Andrew McAfee

The geek way

Andrew McAfee

With a foreword by Reid Hoffman, co-founder of LinkedIn 'A handbook for disruptors' - Eric Schmidt, former CEO of Google A new model is being pioneered by geeks; a radical new mindset that has shifted the paradigm entirely on what a business can - and should -...

The last daughter by Brenda Matthews

The last daughter

Brenda Matthews

When she was two years old, Brenda and her siblings were taken from their parents. For the next five years she was a much-loved daughter in a white family, a happy child in a country town on the outskirts of Sydney, unaware of the existence of her Aboriginal...

Living the Beatles legend by Kenneth Womack

Living the Beatles legend

Kenneth Womack

A towering figure in horn-rimmed glasses, Malcolm 'Mal' Evans was an invaluable member of the Beatles' inner circle. Serving as their long-time roadie, personal assistant and protector, he was a sometime lyricist, occasional performer and regular fixer at the...

Musical tables by Billy Collins

Musical tables

Billy Collins

"I've grown old- now my own name rings a bell." In each of the short poems in Billy Collins's Musical Tables, the former United States Poet Laureate tempers his characteristically jocular voice with what he calls the "thrill of mortality" - flashes of...

Seek by Scott Shigeoka


Scott Shigeoka

At a time when tensions over race, religion, gender identity nd more have fractured our lives and relationships, curiosity is the key to fostering connection, growth, and healing. Seek will help you build the courage to be transformed by the people, places and...

La vie by John Lewis-Stempel

La vie

John Lewis-Stempel

Brought to you by Penguin.The Charente: roofs of red terracotta tiles, bleached-white walls, windows shuttered against the blaring sun. The baker does his rounds in his battered little white van with a hundred warm baguettes in the back, while a cat picks its...

The open society and its enemies by Karl R. (Karl Raimund) Popper

The open society and its enemies

Karl R. (Karl Raimund) Popper

One of the most important books of the twentieth century, Karl Popper's The Open Society and Its Enemies is an uncompromising defense of liberal democracy and a powerful attack on the intellectual origins of totalitarianism. Popper was born in 1902 to a...

Weavers, scribes, and kings by Amanda H. Podany

Weavers, scribes, and kings

Amanda H. Podany

In this sweeping history of the ancient Near East, Amanda Podany takes listeners on a gripping journey from the creation of the world's first cities to the conquests of Alexander the Great. The book is built around the life stories of many ancient men and...

Five lies of our anti-Christian age by Rosaria Champagne Butterfield

Five lies of our anti-Christian age

Rosaria Champagne Butterfield

Bestselling Author Rosaria Butterfield Confronts 5 Cultural Lies She Once Believed Modern culture is increasingly outspoken against a biblical understanding of what it means to be a woman. Even some Christians, swayed by the LGBTQ+ movement, have rejected...

Touching cloth by Fergus Butler-Gallie

Touching cloth

Fergus Butler-Gallie

A laugh-out-loud memoir of becoming a 21st-century priest, Touching Cloth is also a love letter to the Prayer Book, Liverpool, lager, funerals, homemade lemon curd, and, above all, to what the Church of England can be at its best. The very word 'reverend'...

Renegade by Adam Kinzinger


Adam Kinzinger

Adam Kinzinger captures one of the most transformative periods in recent political history in a riveting, personal account from inside Congress, including the January 6 attacks on the U.S. Capitol and his vote to impeach Donald Trump.On January 6, 2021, Donald...

Total f*cking godhead by Corbin Reiff

Total f*cking godhead

Corbin Reiff

The first comprehensive biography of iconic singer-songwriter Chris Cornell. Total F*cking Godhead is the complete story of the complex and enigmatic artist, Chris Cornell. It's the riveting account of a blue collar, high-school dropout emerging from Seattle,...

Warhol after Warhol by Richard Dorment

Warhol after Warhol

Richard Dorment

Late one afternoon in the winter of 2003 art critic Richard Dorment answered a telephone call from a stranger. The caller was Joe Simon, an American film producer and art collector. He was ringing at the suggestion of David Hockney, his neighbour in Malibu. A...

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