Winner of the 2018 PEN/ESPN Award for Literary Sports WritingWinner of The Times Sports Biography of the Year "Stunning . . . Eig's brilliant, exhaustive book is the biography the champ deserves." —NPR.orgThe definitive biography of an American icon, from a New York Times best-selling..
A Wall Street Journal Bestseller Are You a Driver, an Explorer, a Crusader, or a Captain? Many factors shape the success or failure of a new business, whether it’s a stand-alone startup or a venture inside a larger corporation. But the most important and least understood of these factors is the pers..
The Armies of the Night: History as a Novel/The Novel as History is a nonfiction novel recounting the October 1967 March on the Pentagon written by Norman Mailer and published by New American Library in 1968. It won the Pulitzer Prize for General Non-fiction and the National Book Award in category A..
This extraordinary memoir sees Tara Westover looking back over her life and how she grew up bottling peaches, rotating emergency supplies and hoping that when the World of Men failed, she and her family would not be affected too much... Tara didn't officially exist: she had no birth certificate..
FINALIST FOR THE 2018 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD WINNER OF THE 2019 STORY PRIZEONE OF NPR'S BEST BOOKS OF 2018The universally acclaimed return of the New York Times bestselling author of Fates and Furies."Haunting and arresting." (New York Times Book Review)"Outstanding." (The Boston Globe)"Marvelous...
Hailed as a "modern masterpiece", Freedom is a novel about contemporary life, love and marriage. The story of the Berglunds, their son Joey, their daughter Jessica and their friend Richard Katz, this sprawling epic covers the beginning and ending of love, the awkwardness of teenage lust, the unexpec..
The international classic and bestseller, Maya Angelou's memoir paints a portrait of 'a brilliant writer, a fierce friend and a truly phenomenal woman' (BARACK OBAMA).'I write about being a Black American woman, however, I am always talking about what it's like to be a human being. This is how we ar..
A taut and beautifully written debut novel by an exciting and accomplished new author.Motherless, rootless and unprotected, Jude Williams' childhood is fractured by the horror and experience of sexual abuse, forcing her to exist somewhere and nowhere in-between childhood and adulthood. Caught within..
When Charlie Trumper inherits his grandfather's fruit and vegetable barrow, he inherits as well his enterprising spirit, which quickly lifts him out of poverty in London's East End. Success, however, does not come easily or quickly, particularly when World War I sends Charlie into combat and into an..
Knowing How To Know contains the concentrated essence of Idries Shah’s Sufi thought.First published two years after his death, in 1996, it includes study papers and materials presented to his students over the course of his life, now made available to the wider public.As the third and final part of ..
Little Fires Everywhere is a 2017 novel by American author Celeste Ng. It is her second novel and takes place in Shaker Heights, Ohio where Ng grew up. The novel is about two families living in 1990s Shaker Heights who are brought together through their children. The author descr..