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This book is a compilation of essays that will challenge your way of thinking. The author, Brianna Wiest, invites you to explore topics such as peacebuilding, the power of vulnerability, and what it means to be human. Each essay is thought-provoking and insightful, offering new perspectives on familiar subjects. If you’re looking for a book [...]

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12 Rules for Life

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In his book, Jordan Peterson offers 12 rules for life that he believes can help anyone live a meaningful and successful life. Drawing on everything from ancient philosophy to modern psychology, Peterson’s advice is grounded in a deep understanding of the human condition and filtered through his own unique lens as a self-help guru and [...]

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12 Seconds in the Dark

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In 12 Seconds in the Dark, veteran police officer John Mattingly provides a firsthand account of the Breonna Taylor raid – one of the most controversial incidents in recent American policing history. On March 18, 2012, SWAT officers descended on the home of 19-year-old Breonna Taylor and her two young children, purportedly acting on information [...]

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25 Lies

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This book exposes 25 of the most dangerous, seductive, and destructive lies perpetuated by Democrats. It offers clear refutations of these myths using facts and evidence. The author provides readers with an understanding of why these falsehoods are so damaging to our country and offers ways to resist them. For who is this book for [...]

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48 Laws of Power

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48 Laws of Power is a book written by Robert Greene. The book focuses on the methods one can use to gain and maintain power in their personal and professional lives. It outlines 48 laws that are based on historical figures and strategies used by them. For who is this book for ? This book [...]

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A More Perfect Union: Briefs

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In A More Perfect Union, Alexander Moss argues for a radical reimagining of the United States as a European Union-style federation. Drawing on examples from history and contemporary politics, he makes the case that such a transformation would not only solve many of America’s most pressing problems but would also bring about far-reaching benefits for [...]

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A New Earth

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A New Earth is a book by Eckhart Tolle that discusses the need for personal growth and spiritual development in order to achieve an awakened state of being. The book emphasizes the importance of living in the present moment and rids readers of their ego-based delusions that hinder them from achieving true happiness. For who [...]

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A People’s History of the United States

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This monumental book details the history of the United States from a different perspective than what is typically taught in schools. Howard Zinn, a professor and historian, provides an account of American history that focuses on the struggles and successes of average people – rather than powerful political and economic leaders. A People’s History Of [...]

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A Promised Land

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A Promised Land is about Barack Obama’s journey from young man searching for his identity to the 44th President of the United States. This book tells the story of how he became motivated by politics and what inspired him to run for office. It also includes excerpts from speeches that Obama has given throughout his [...]

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A Short History of Nearly Everything

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This book is a comprehensive guide to everything in the known universe. It tackles scientific and philosophical questions about our place in the cosmos, from the origin of life to the end of time. Bill Bryson offers lucid explanations and humorous insights into complex concepts, making this an enlightening and entertaining read for anyone curious [...]

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Alexander Hamilton

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Alexander Hamilton is a biography of one of America’s Founding Fathers. It tells the story of his life and how he came to be one of the most important figures in early American history. The book also includes insights into Hamilton’s policies and thoughts on various subjects, as well as his relationships with other historical [...]

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All Our Families

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Jennifer Natalya Fink’s “All Our Families” delves deep into the complexities of kinship, disability and lineage. Combining personal narratives with exhaustive research, she offers a unique and insightful look at how families adapt to their changing kin structures in an increasingly disabled world. Insightful and provocative, “All Our Families” is essential reading for anyone interested [...]

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Allow Me to Retort

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The book Allow Me to Retort is a Black guy’s guide to the Constitution. It provides an in-depth analysis of the document and its relevance to people of color. The author, Elie Mystal, is a legal editor and commentator who offers his own insights and experiences as a black man living in America. The book [...]

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American Marxism

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MARK R. LEVIN, one of America’s preeminent conservative commentators and the host of Fox News Channel’s “The Mark Levin Show,” offers a powerful and in-depth analysis of Marxism and how it has negatively influenced American society and government. From his unique perspective as a constitutional lawyer who has also worked in radio broadcasting, Levin provides [...]

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This book is a report compiled by the Office of The Director Of National Intelligence, highlighting the major threats to national security in the coming year. It covers topics such as terrorism, cybersecurity, and geopolitical instability around the world. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone interested in national security [...]

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Battling the Big Lie

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Dan Pfeiffer, a former senior aide to President Barack Obama, offers incisive insights into the workings of today’s Republican Party and Trump Administration in Battling the Big Lie. He shows how Fox News, Facebook, and right-wing media outlets have created an alternate reality where lies are accepted as truth, hate is tolerated, and extremism is [...]

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Becoming

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In her highly anticipated first book, a work of deep reflection and mesmerizing storytelling, Michelle Obama invites readers into her world, chronicling the experiences that have shaped her – from her childhood on the South Side of Chicago to her years as an executive balancing the demands of motherhood and work, to her time spent [...]

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Behave

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Behaviour is one of the most complex and fascinating aspects of being human. In this book, Robert Sapolsky draws on his expertise in neuroscience to explore why we behave the way we do – from our evolutionary origins to modern-day conflicts. Along the way, he offers insights into topics such as aggression, stress, altruism and [...]

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Being Mortal

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“Being Mortal” is a book by Atul Gawande that discusses the current state of medicine and its role in society. The author argues that modern medical care often fails to address the ultimate concerns of patients: quality of life and mortality. In order to create a more humane system, Gawande suggests rethinking our approach to [...]

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Between Two Kingdoms

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“Between Two Kingdoms: A Memoir of a Life Interrupted” is the heart-wrenching story of Suleika Jaouad’s battle with cancer. At just 24 years old, Jaouad was diagnosed with leukemia and faced an uphill struggle to survive. Against all odds, she prevailed and documented her journey in this powerful memoir. From chemotherapy treatments to anxiety attacks [...]

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Black Ops

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This book is about the life of Ric Prado, a CIA shadow warrior. It tells the story of his career as a covert operative and how he has been involved in some of the most high-profile national security operations of our time. From tracking down Osama bin Laden to disrupting terrorist plots against American embassies, [...]

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Blink

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In Blink, Malcolm Gladwell argues that the human brain can make snap judgments based on very limited information. These judgments are often more accurate than reasoned decisions made after careful deliberation. Gladwell provides numerous examples from a variety of fields to support his argument. For who is this book for ? Blink is for anyone [...]

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Bloodlands

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The Bloodlands provides a comprehensive overview of the European region between Hitler and Stalin, which experienced some of the most brutal atrocities in world history. Timothy Snyder draws on newly accessible archives to provide a riveting account of what took place there, exploring topics such as the Soviet Union’s forced famine in Ukraine, Nazi Germany’s [...]

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Braiding Sweetgrass

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Braiding Sweetgrass is an exploration of the ways that indigenous wisdom, scientific knowledge, and the teachings of plants can be integrated to create a more sustainable world. Robin Wall Kimmerer draws on her background as a scientist and member of the Potawatomi Nation to offer a unique perspective on environmentalism, exploring topics such as climate [...]

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Burnout

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In Burnout, Nagoski reveals the science behind stress and shows readers how they can learn to control their body’s response to it. She offers strategies for preventing burnout before it starts, as well as ways to recover if you’re already feeling its effects. With an empathetic voice and tireless optimism, Nagoski provides the tools we [...]

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Caste (Oprah’s Book Club)

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Isabel Wilkerson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning book “Caste” tells the story of African Americans who, over six generations and more than 200 years, have experienced every imaginable form of discrimination. Drawing on family interviews, personal narratives and historical documentation, Wilkerson brilliantly illuminates America’s dark history with regard to race relations. The culmination of a decade’s worth of [...]

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Chaos

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Tom O’Neill’s “Chaos” is a compelling, labyrinthine account of the secret history of the 1960s. Drawing on newly declassified documents and interviews with key players in the Manson murders case, O’Neill charts an intricate web linking Charles Manson, the CIA and various other shadowy figures from that tumultuous decade. The result is a fascinating read [...]

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Chinese Mythology

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This book offers an in-depth exploration of Chinese mythology, from the creation story to deities and folktales. It features stunning illustrations that bring these ancient myths to life, providing readers with a unique insight into this fascinating corner of the world. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who wants [...]

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Code over Country

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In “Code over Country”, investigative journalist Matthew Cole tells the story of SEAL Team Six – from their formation in the early 1990s to their role in the death of Osama bin Laden. The book is a shocking indictment of the team’s corruption and recklessness, describing how they became a law unto themselves, operating with [...]

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Come As You Are: Revised and Updated

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In Come As You Are: Revised and Updated, Emily Nagoski PhD offers an in-depth exploration of the science of sex, delving into everything from why people enjoy different kinds of sexual activity to how masturbation affects our health. She provides clear and sensible advice on how we can all improve our sexual wellbeing and happiness, [...]

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Cultish

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This book provides an in-depth exploration of the language of fanaticism, cultishness, and obsession. It draws on a variety of sources such as case studies, interviews with experts and followers alike, and first person accounts to explore how words and phrases can be used to coax people into believing in things that may not be [...]

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Disorder

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This book paints a bleak portrait of the state of society in the 21st century. Author Helen Thompson argues that we are living in an era marked by widespread economic and social dysfunction. She cites statistics on poverty, inequality, violence, and other indicators to support her argument. Thompson offers insights into how these problems came [...]

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Empath and Narcissist

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If you are an empath, then at some point in your life you have probably come across a narcissist. You might be surprised to know that there is actually a lot that you can do to protect yourself from them and even help them out! In this book, Megan Scott will teach you everything she [...]

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Fingerprints of the Gods

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This book is the sequel to “Fingerprints of the Gods,” in which author Graham Hancock continues his search for evidence that a technologically advanced civilization existed on Earth before any known recorded history. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone interested in history, archaeology, or lost civilizations. Pros : This [...]

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Flipped

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Flipped is a book about the history of Georgia politics. It tells the story of how the Republicans finally lost their grip on power in the state, and how the Democrats managed to seize control. It offers an insightful look at how parties can change over time, and it provides a valuable perspective on current [...]

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What do Obama, Clinton, Brennan, and Clapper have in common? They all hate Trump. But that’s not the only thing they have in common. These four politicians are also connected to each other through a web of financial connections and backroom deals that would make even the most cynical person blush. In “Follow the Money”, [...]

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Four Thousand Weeks

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Four Thousand Weeks is a time management guide for mortals written by Oliver Burkeman. The book provides readers with practical tips and strategies on how to effectively manage their time and live a productive life. It includes real-life case studies of people who have successfully applied the techniques discussed in the book. For who is [...]

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Genocide in Darfur

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Genocide in Darfur is a book that provides an in-depth examination of the genocide taking place in Sudan’s Darfur region. It discusses the history of the conflict, as well as exploring the political and social causes behind it. The book also includes detailed information on casualty numbers and profiles of key figures involved in the [...]

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Genocides

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This comprehensive book provides readers with an in-depth look at the history and details of six major genocides that have occurred throughout history. It covers the Armenian genocide, the Cambodian genocide, the Rwandan genocide, the Yugoslavian genocide, the Sudanese genocide, and the Nazi Holocaust. Each chapter offers a thorough examination of each event, including key [...]

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Guns, Germs and Steel

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Guns, Germs and Steel traces the origins of human societies and why some became more successful than others. Jared Diamond poses the question: What allowed certain groups to become global powers while others remained insignificant? The answer, he argues, lies in geography – more specifically in innate differences among peoples’ environments that led to variations [...]

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Homo Deus

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According to author Yuval Noah Harari, Homo Deus is a brief history of tomorrow. In the book, he discusses the future of humanity and how advances in technology will shape our lives. He speculates on topics such as artificial intelligence, data mining, gene editing, and radical life extension. Harari contends that humans are increasingly becoming [...]

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How the Word Is Passed

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How the Word Is Passed is a reckoning with the history of slavery across America. It takes an unflinching look at how America’s past still hangs heavily over its present, and offers concrete prescriptions for healing our fractured society. Written by award-winning writer Clint Smith, it is a powerful call to action that challenges us [...]

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How to Be an Antiracist

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“How to Be an Antiracist” is a thought-provoking book by Ibram X. Kendi that challenges readers to think critically about racism and how it manifests in their own lives. Kendi offers concrete tips for becoming more conscious of one’s own attitudes and beliefs, as well as ways to combat discrimination whenever it arises. This eye-opening [...]

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How to Be Perfect

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In “How to Be Perfect”, Michael Schur provides the perfect answer to every moral question. He covers everything from morality in politics, business, and personal relationships to more controversial topics like abortion, euthanasia, and animal rights. With clear explanations and well-argued arguments, Schur makes it easy for readers to develop their own ethical framework based [...]

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I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t)

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Brené Brown’s I Thought It Was Just Me (but it isn’t) is an insightful examination of the effects of perfectionism on individuals and society as a whole. Drawing from extensive research, Brown provides readers with thoughtful insights and compelling arguments about the dangers of perfectionism and its impact on our lives. For who is this [...]

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Ikigai

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Ikigai is a Japanese word that roughly translates to “reason for being.” It’s the idea that everyone has a hobby, mission, or passion in life that motivates them and gives their life purpose. In Ikigai, Héctor García reveals the secrets of the Japanese lifestyle philosophy and how it can be used to help people find [...]

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Inner Engineering

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Inner Engineering is a guide to joy and inner peace written by Jaggi Vasudev – Sadhguru. The book offers readers an opportunity to learn about the nature of the mind, emotions, and thoughts, as well as how to use simple techniques to achieve lasting happiness and peace. For who is this book for ? Inner [...]

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Invisible Women

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Invisible Women is a book about the gender data bias that exists in our world. Caroline Criado Perez sheds light on how women are often left out of important studies and research, which leads to them being ignored or misrepresented. This book is essential reading for anyone who wants to better understand the ways in [...]

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Jesus and John Wayne

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In “Jesus and John Wayne”, Kristin Kobes du Mez explores how white evangelicals have used their political power to distort the faith they claim to represent. She argues that this once-powerful religious group is now in decline, thanks in part to its own corruption. Du Mez offers a clear and concise history of evangelicalism in [...]

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Karma

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“Karma: A Yogi’s Guide to Crafting Your Destiny” is a practical guide for understanding and mastering the principles of karma. Written by Sadhguru, a renowned yogi and philosopher, the book provides insights into how our actions create our future experiences and offers advice on how to live in alignment with one’s dharma or life purpose. [...]

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Kleptopia

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Kleptopia is a scathing indictment of the pervasive and ever-growing role of corruption in our world today. Award-winning journalist Tom Burgis offers an unvarnished view from the ground up of how dirty money is both fueling and confounding global development, often with deadly consequences. From Nigeria to Bangladesh, Russia to China, Burgis shows how kleptocrats [...]

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Labor and Freedom

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Labor and Freedom is a political book written by Eugene V. Debs. In it, Debs explores the concepts of labor unions and workers’ rights. He makes the case for collective bargaining as a way to improve working conditions and earn fairer pay for employees. For who is this book for ? This book is for [...]

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Laptop from Hell

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Hunter Biden, son of the former Vice President and current presidential frontrunner Joe Biden, was paid millions by a Chinese tech giant while his father was in office. Hunter’s activities have long been shrouded in secrecy, but now investigative journalist Miranda Devine has finally pieced together what he was really up to – and it’s [...]

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Lessons from the Edge

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In Lessons from the Edge, Marie Yovanovitch tells the riveting story of her 33-year career in the U.S. Foreign Service, including her recent tenure as ambassador to Ukraine. From Moscow to Cairo and points beyond, she offers a unique window into global affairs and how they play out on the world stage. But more than [...]

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Letting Go

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David Hawkins MD explores the path of surrender in his book “Letting Go”. He examines what it means to let go of our need for control and how this can lead to a more fulfilling life. Drawing on personal stories and case studies, Hawkins provides an insightful look at the power of letting go. For [...]

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Mastery

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In Mastery, Robert Greene distils the lessons of history’s greatest masters into a 5 step program for achieving excellence in any field. From Benjamin Franklin to Sun Tzu, from Pablo Picasso to Mikhail Bakunin, Greene draws on biographies and interviews to reveal how these exceptional individuals achieved their legendary status. Through this unique lens, Greene [...]

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Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil

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John Berendt’s Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is a work of nonfiction that tells the story of a murder trial in Savannah, Georgia. The book blends true crime with Southern Gothic storytelling to create a fascinating portrait of life in southernmost USA. For who is this book for ? Midnight in the [...]

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Mythos

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Mythos is a book by Stephen Fry that delves deep into the origins of various Greek myths. Fry provides his own interpretations and theories about how these timeless stories may have come to be, shedding light on their hidden messages and meanings. This insightful book is perfect for anyone interested in ancient mythology or looking [...]

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Nonviolent Communication

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This book is all about mastering the art of nonviolent communication. It teaches you how to create a life that is in harmony with your personal values, and it also helps you develop healthier relationships with others. Marshall Rosenberg, Ph.D., is the author of this helpful guidebook, and he has over 40 years of experience [...]

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Not One Inch

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Not One Inch tells the story of how the United States and Russia failed to resolve their differences after the Cold War, leading to a dangerous post-Cold War stalemate. It is based on extensive research in both Russian and American archives, as well as interviews with key decisionmakers on both sides. For who is this [...]

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One Damn Thing After Another

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William Barr, who served as America’s Attorney General from 1991 to 1993, offers an insider’s perspective on the workings of government in this engaging and highly readable memoir. Barr takes readers behind the scenes at critical moments in history, including his service during Operation Desert Storm and the 1992 presidential election recount. He also provides [...]

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Outliers

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In Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell examines the factors that contribute to exceptional success. He argues that it is not simply a matter of talent or luck, but rather the result of specific circumstances and opportunities. Drawing on extensive research, Gladwell identifies 10 “outlier” traits that are often associated with extraordinary achievement. For who is this book [...]

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Peril

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Peril is a non-fiction book by Bob Woodward. It covers the final months of the George W. Bush administration and the early months of Barack Obama’s presidency, including topics such as the global financial crisis, America’s wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and the inauguration of Barack Obama. For who is this book for ? This [...]

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Playmakers

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In Playmakers, Mike Florio lifts the curtain on America’s most popular (and least understood) sport. He explores how and why the NFL really works (and doesn’t), explaining everything from touchdown celebrations to salary-cap issues to Hail Mary passes. Along the way, he unveils countless fascinating stories and insights about football—including his own behind-the-scenes dealings with [...]

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Polysecure

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This book explores the complexities of consensual nonmonogamy, or “polyamory,” as it relates to attachment theory and trauma. Jessica Fern offers a unique perspective on how open relationships can be healed from past hurts and improved by understanding our individual needs for security. Drawing on her own experiences in polyamorous relationships, Fern provides readers with [...]

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Poorly Understood

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In his latest book, Poorly Understood, Mark Rank takes an in-depth look at America’s perceptions of poverty and offers a fresh perspective on how to address this critical social issue. Challenging the commonly held view that poor people are lazy or incompetent, Rank provides concrete evidence and real-world examples to show that poverty is rooted [...]

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Putin’s People

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Putin’s People is a book written by Catherine Belton that dives into how the KGB took back Russia and then went on to battle with the West. It provides an in-depth view of Vladimir Putin and those closest to him, portraying an intimate portrait of life inside the Kremlin. The reader will gain insight into [...]

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Putin’s Playbook

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Putin’s Playbook is a book about Russia’s secret plan to defeat America. Written by Rebekah Koffler, the book offers an in-depth look at how Vladimir Putin has been steadily working to undermine the United States for years. Drawing on exclusive interviews with key Russian insiders, as well as declassified U.S. government documents, Koffler provides readers [...]

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Quiet

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In “Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking,” Susan Cain challenges the pervasive belief that extroversion is superior to introversion. She argues that introverts — who make up one-third to one-half of the population and are often marginalized by society — have many valuable qualities that should be appreciated and [...]

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Quit Like a Woman

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In her book, Quit Like a Woman, Holly Whitaker argues that we should all quit drinking—not because alcohol is bad for us but because our culture’s obsession with it is. Drawing on personal experience and scientific research, Whitaker makes the case that drinking isn’t just unhealthy or risky; it’s actually quite terrible for women. She [...]

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Red Notice

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Red Notice is the extraordinary true story of one man’s fight for justice against enormous odds. Bill Browder, an American-born financier, became a Putin critic after his Russian business was stolen by corrupt officials. He exposed this theft to the international community and then found himself blacklisted in Russia. An astonishing tale of determination and [...]

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Red-Handed

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Red-Handed is a book by Peter Schweizer that exposes how American elites are getting rich helping China win. The book details the ways in which many prominent Americans – including politicians, businessmen and academics – are aiding Beijing’s efforts to overtake the United States as the world’s leading superpower. Red-Handed shines a light on this [...]

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Rén

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“Rén” is the ancient Chinese art of finding peace and fulfilment. The author, Yen Ooi, has been studying and practicing this discipline for many years and provides readers with a clear guide on how to achieve these goals in their own lives. The book explores the philosophy behind ren, its history and application, as well [...]

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Restoring Reason

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In Restoring Reason, Travis M. Corcoran applies the ancient liberal arts tradition to defend against modern manipulation. He argues that by understanding how arguments are made and persuasion is achieved, we can protect ourselves from being misled or taken advantage of. Using real-world examples – from advertising to politics – Corcoran explains how the tools [...]

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Rethinking Sex

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Rethinking Sex is a provocative book by Christine Emba that challenges our current notions about sex and gender. In it, she argues for a more fluid understanding of both concepts, one that takes into account the vast diversity of experiences people have.Emba makes a strong case for change, offering up insight and thought-provoking arguments that [...]

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Sacred Geometry

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Sacred Geometry: Philosophy and Worldview introduces the reader to geometry as a spiritual tool for understanding reality. In addition to outlining the basics of sacred geometry, author Scott Onstott provides an in-depth exploration of how this ancient practice can be used to explore our place in the world and further our personal growth and evolution. [...]

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Sapiens

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Sapiens is a brief history of humankind, written by Yuval Noah Harari. The book explores the evolution of our species from homo erectus to sapiens, and highlights the important events and inventions that have shaped human civilisation. Sapiens also looks at modern-day humans and their impact on the planet, as well as predicting potential future [...]

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Sludge

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In Sludge, Cass R. Sunstein draws on years of research to argue that the way we think about getting things done is fundamentally flawed. He offers a new model for understanding why some tasks are easy and others hard, challenging our beliefs about will power, multitasking, and productivity in the process. Along the way he [...]

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This book is the third volume of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, and it covers the teachings of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu regarding His associate Vishnumaya. Topics include Vishnu’s different incarnations, Vaishnavism versus Shaivism, and more. For who is this book for ? This book is for people who want to learn about Vishnu, Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu’s associate, and [...]

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This book is the second of a five-volume set of Sri Caitanya-caritamrta, which was written by His Divine Grace A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada in 1968. This particular volume focuses on the middle pastimes of Lord Caitanya, from when He first learned about Krsna consciousness from Srila Ramananda Raya until His Parikrama or circling tour [...]

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Strange New World

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In “Strange New World”, author Carl Trueman tells the story of how thinkers and activists redefined identity in America during the Sexual Revolution. From Betty Friedan to Michel Foucault, from Alexander Schmemann to Harvey Milk, Trueman profiles influential figures who helped pave the way for a more inclusive society. In doing so, he offers readers [...]

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Talking to Strangers

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Talking to Strangers is a book by Malcolm Gladwell about the dangers of misjudging people we don’t know. For who is this book for ? It is for people who want to understand how to deal with the dangers of misjudging others, and learn more about why it’s important to try and get to know [...]

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The 1619 Project

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The 1619 Project is a new origin story for the United States, one that takes into account the central role of slavery in shaping our country. Written by Nikole Hannah-Jones, one of America’s most acclaimed journalists covering racial injustice, this ambitious and groundbreaking work tells the story not only of black Americans but also of [...]

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The Anthropocene Reviewed

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The Anthropocene Reviewed is a compilation of essays on the human-centric nature of our present geological epoch, AKA the Anthropocene. In it, author John Green explores everything from climate change to overpopulation and mass extinction, highlighting the ways in which humans have impacted – and will continue to impact – our planet. The book offers [...]

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The Art of Living

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The Art of Living takes a comprehensive look at the philosophy and practice of mindfulness, offering readers an opportunity to learn how to live more peacefully and happily. Author Thích Nhất Hạnh is a renowned Zen monk who provides clear instruction on how to apply Buddhist teachings in daily life, emphasizing the importance of living [...]

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The Autobiography of Malcolm X

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The Autobiography of Malcolm X is the story of one man’s journey from impoverished childhood to national prominence as a civil rights leader. Told in collaboration with journalist Alex Haley, this towering American autobiography reveals Malcolm X’s thoughts on everything from race relations to black self-reliance. For who is this book for ? This book [...]

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The Bond King

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“The Bond King” tells the story of legendary investment advisor Bill Gross and his rise to power in the bond market. It charts his spectacular fall from grace, culminating in his 2014 firing from PIMCO, the largest bond fund in the world. Alongside this personal account is a broader history of Wall Street’s fascination with [...]

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The Coddling of the American Mind

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The Coddling of the American Mind is a book about how good intentions and bad ideas are setting up a generation for failure. The author, Jonathan Haidt, argues that young people today have been raised with an excessive focus on safety and comfort, which has left them unprepared for life in the real world. He [...]

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The Color of Law

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In his new book, “The Color of Law,” Richard Rothstein argues that government policy was responsible for segregation in America, not private enterprise. Using historical examples and data, he makes the case that from Reconstruction to the present day, explicit racial discrimination by governments at all levels has been a key factor in creating and [...]

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The Courage to Be Disliked

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The Courage to Be Disliked is a self-help book that teaches readers how to free themselves from the pain of being disliked and achieve happiness. The author, Ichiro Kishimi, is a philosopher who draws on Eastern and Western philosophy to provide insight into human behavior. The book explores topics such as why people are drawn [...]

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The Daily Stoic

$11.57

The Daily Stoic is a book of 366 short daily readings, each containing a snippet of wisdom from the ancient Stoics. It covers topics such as perseverance, perspective-taking, and self-control. The aim is to help the reader live a more productive and meaningful life by practicing these timeless teachings. For who is this book for [...]

Politics & Social Sciences

The Dawn of Everything

$42.52

David Graeber’s “The Dawn of Everything” traces the human experience from its first stirrings in Africa to the present day. Blending history, anthropology and philosophy, he offers a sweeping account of how our species has adapted and evolved over time. From early attempts at agriculture to the modern phenomenon of urbanisation, Graeber paints a rich [...]

Politics & Social Sciences

The Devil in the White City

$31.95

The Devil in the White City by Erik Larson is a nonfiction book about two men – one, Daniel Burnham, who was responsible for the design of the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago and one, H.H. Holmes, America’s first serial killer. The two stories are interwoven to create a compelling narrative that covers not [...]

Politics & Social Sciences

The End of History and the Last Man

$29.95

Francis Fukuyama’s 1992 book, “The End of History and the Last Man,” ignited a firestorm of debate and controversy. It became an international bestseller, and has been translated into over 20 languages. In it, Fukuyama advanced his thesis that history had reached its end with the fall of communism in Europe, and that liberal democracy [...]

Politics & Social Sciences

The Ethical Slut

$24.95

Are you curious about open relationships? Polyamory? Or just want to have better, healthier sex? The Ethical Slut is the primer for you! In this revolutionary book, Janet W. Hardy and Dossie Easton offer a comprehensive guide to polyamory-open relationships with multiple partners-and reveal how such lifestyles can enhance your life sexually, emotionally, and spiritually. [...]

Politics & Social Sciences

The Fourth Turning

$19.95

The Fourth Turning is a book by William Strauss that predicts the future of America based on historical patterns. The book divides American history into four periods, or turnings, and argues that each turning has its own unique characteristics which set the tone for decades to come. For who is this book for ? The [...]

Politics & Social Sciences

The Fractured Himalaya (Part 1)

$24.50

The Fractured Himalaya is a riveting account of India Tibet China relations from 1949-1962. Nirupama Rao, who was recently Foreign Secretary of India and has served as the Indian ambassador to the United States and Japan, provides an insider’s view on how these three powerful countries interacted with each other in one of the world’s [...]

Politics & Social Sciences

The Future Is History

$34.95

Masha Gessen’s The Future Is History is a compelling and frightening account of how Russia has been reclaimed by totalitarianism. Through the stories of six individual lives, Gessen illustrates how Putin’s regime has crushed freedom, dissent, and individuality in favor of propaganda, lies, and fear. This necessary book provides an urgent warning about the dangers [...]

Politics & Social Sciences

The Great Reset

$19.95

Glenn Beck’s latest book, The Great Reset, is a scathing indictment of the current state of American politics and society. In it, he lays blame for the country’s ills at the feet of Joe Biden and other leading figures in the Democratic Party. He argues that they are paving the way for fascism to take [...]

Politics & Social Sciences

The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956

$49.05

The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956 is a political and social sciences book written by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn. The book documents the history of the Soviet Union’s gulag labor camps from their creation in 1918 to their dismantling in 1956. It is based on Solzhenitsyn’s own experiences as well as interviews with former inmates and guards. For [...]

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