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Rainbow in the Cloud

03/11/2016, £8.99
Since the publication of her first autobiography, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, Maya Angelou has been celebrated as one of America's most important writers and her words are indelibly imprinted on the hearts of millions. Inspired by the woman who

Recipes for Good Living

29/06/2012, £11.99
Do you feel that there's more to living than you're currently finding?


05/04/2018, £18.00
B. Russell wrote that the issue of relationships is one of the most important in philosophy and that many unresolved philosophical problems depend on how relationships are understood.

Revolutionary Saint

29/03/2018, £19.99
A profound reflection on the theological implications of Romero's life and ministry, drawn from his biography as well as his homilies and other writings.


29/04/2015, £9.99
This is The Sunday Times Bestseller. Planet Earth is 4.5 billion years old. In just a fraction of that time, one species among countless others has conquered it. Us. We are the most advanced and most destructive animals ever to have lived. What makes

Simone De Beauvoir's Philosophy of Indiv

28/02/2019, £19.99
Laura Hengehold presents a new, Deleuzian reading of Simone de Beauvoir's phenomenology, the place of recognition in The Second Sex, the philosophical issues in her novels, the important role of her student diaries and her early interest in Bergson..

Superforecasting: The Art and Science of Prediction

24/09/2015, £14.99
WINNER OF THE CMI MANAGEMENT FUTURES BOOK OF THE YEAR AWARD. What if we could improve our ability to predict the future?

The Age of Nothing

11/02/2016, £14.99
The closing months of 2008 saw the world's nations united in financial uncertainty.

The Ancestor's Tale

28/04/2016, £25.00
A fully updated edition of one of the most original accounts of evolution ever written, featuring new fractal diagrams, six new 'tales' and the latest scientific developments.

The Art of Losing Control

01/03/2018, £9.99
Since the Enlightenment, western culture has written off ecstatic experience as a form of mental illness. But why should rationality be considered the highest part of human nature when we are capable of so many more states of experience?
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