1944: Fdr And The Year That Changed History

New York Times bestselling author Jay Winik brings to life in gripping detail the year 1944, which determined the outcome of World War II and put more pressure than any other on...

Who Is This Man?: The Unpredictable Impact Of The Inescapable Jesus

On the eve of his crucifixion it seemed like Jesus’ influence on the world had ended. On the contrary, it had just begun. In Who Is This Man?, Ortberg reveals how Jesus has...

Real Simplicity

This thought-provoking book exposes the chaos and pressure of “normal” living and points toward a better life where community and church are authentic, rich, and as close as...

The Addiction Solution: Treating Our Dependence On Opioids And Other Drugs

A groundbreaking examination of addiction from a psychiatrist and public health doctor, offering practical, proven solutions for individuals, families, and communities dealing...

Asymmetry: A Novel

NATIONAL BESTSELLER Shortlisted for the Center for Fiction First Novel Prize “Asymmetry is extraordinary...Halliday has written, somehow all at once, a transgressive roman a...

Sog: The Secret Wars Of America's Commandos In Vietnam

John Plaster’s riveting account of his covert activities as a member of a special operations team during the Vietnam War is “a true insider’s account, this...

Why?: What Makes Us Curious

Astrophysicist and author Mario Livio investigates perhaps the most human of all our characteristics—curiosity—as he explores our innate desire to know why.Experiments...

The Winner's Curse: Paradoxes And Anomalies Of Economic Life

Winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences Richard Thaler challenges the received economic wisdom by revealing many of the paradoxes that abound even in the most...

Ten Caesars: Roman Emperors From Augustus To Constantine

“An exceptionally accessible history of the Roman Empire...Much of Ten Caesars reads like a script for Game of Thrones...This superb summation of four centuries of Roman...

Bowling Alone: The Collapse And Revival Of American Community

Once we bowled in leagues, usually after work—but no longer. This seemingly small phenomenon symbolizes a significant social change that Robert Putnam has identified in this...

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