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Yuval Noah Harari’s 21 Lessons for the 21st Century is a riveting and enlightening look at the most important issues facing our world today. From technological changes to geopolitical upheavals, Harari examines what we can expect in the years ahead and how we should prepare. Drawing on insights from philosophy, history, science, religion, and more, [...]

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A People’s History of the United States tells the story of America from the point of view of those who have been traditionally left out of most history books. Author Howard Zinn draws on extensive research to paint a vivid and often shocking picture, showing how American democracy has always been flawed and biased in [...]

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In 1995, Barack Obama visited Kenya for the first time since he was two years old. He had come to see the land of his father’s birth and to learn more about the country where his family came from. Nearly two decades later, as president of the United States, he returned to Africa—this time with [...]

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A Short History of Nearly Everything is a 2003 popular science book by Bill Bryson. The book describes various scientific concepts in an easily understandable way. It was originally published as a United Kingdom edition, but has since been reprinted in the United States and other countries. For who is this book for ? A [...]

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A Woman of No Importance tells the incredible, but true story of Virginia Hall, who overcame seemingly insurmountable obstacles to become one of World War II’s most influential spies. Born into a wealthy family in Maryland, Hall rebelled against her privileged upbringing and served as an ambulance driver during the Spanish Civil War. She then [...]

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Alexander Hamilton tells the riveting story of one of America’s most prominent and controversial Founding Fathers, from his humble beginnings on the Caribbean island of Nevis to his role in creating the United States government. Raised by a single mother, Hamilton was orphaned at a young age and later became a penniless refugee. He taught [...]

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Graham Hancock takes readers on an unforgettable journey through the hidden history of America. According to Hancock, advanced civilizations existed in North and South America long before European colonization-and these cultures were far more sophisticated than previously imagined. Hancock’sresearch shines a light on ancient mysteries that have been buried under official version of American history. [...]

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In American Buffalo, Steven Rinella tells the story of his lifelong obsession with one of North America’s most iconic animals: the buffalo. From early childhood dreams of stalking and killing a bison in Yellowstone National Park to adult quests to understand their ecology and character, Rinella has pursued these animals with passion and purpose. American [...]

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American Sniper is the autobiography of Chris Kyle, a U.S. Navy SEAL and the most lethal sniper in military history. In this riveting book, Kyle tells his story of becoming a sniper and offers an inside look at some of the most harrowing missions he undertook during his career. He also provides an unflinching account [...]

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This book is a comprehensive guide to ancient China, from the founding of the first dynasty to the present day. It covers all aspects of Chinese history and culture, including politics, economics, art, literature, and more. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who wants to learn more about ancient [...]

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This book is a historical look at the ancient Egyptians and their culture. Gerald Massey provides an in-depth exploration of their religion, art, architecture, and daily life. He draws on evidence from hieroglyphs and other ancient sources to create a compelling portrait of this fascinating civilization. For who is this book for ? This book [...]

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Apollo 12

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This riveting book tells the story of Apollo 12,the second manned mission to land on the moon. It is an up-close and personal account of all that happened during the journey, from launch to touchdown. What makes this book so special is that it is based on Dr. Elliott Haimoff’s firsthand observations as a flight [...]

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This book tells the story of the Armenian Genocide – a horrific act of genocide that occurred during World War I, when the Ottoman Empire systematically killed 1.5 million Armenians. The author explores how and why this atrocity happened, as well as its lasting impact on Armenia and the world. Featuring detailed accounts from eyewitnesses, [...]

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As a Man Thinketh is an inspirational book written by James Allen. The book explores the power of thoughts and how they can be used to create success or failure in life. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who wants to learn how to create success in their life [...]

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The Autobiography of a Yogi is an inspiring and enlightening read, penned by Paramahansa Yogananda. The book chronicles the life journey of the author, who was born in India in 1893 and spent his early years studying with some of the most eminent spiritual masters of his time. Upon coming to America in 1920, he [...]

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This book tells the story of “E” company, 506th Regiment, 101st Airborne Division from their enlistment in 1942 to the end of World War II. It is a firsthand account of renowned historian Stephen Ambrose and follows these soldiers from Normandy to Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest. For who is this book for ? This book is [...]

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Battlegrounds

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Battlegrounds is a riveting history of the Cold War, told through the firsthand experiences of the men and women who fought in it. H. R. McMaster, acclaimed author of Dereliction of Duty, draws on his own experience as a tank commander in Vietnam to give readers an unvarnished look at the strategies and tactics that [...]

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Before Brooklyn tells the little-known story of the unsung heroes who helped break baseball’s color barrier. In 1947, Jackie Robinson made history when he became the first black player to play in Major League Baseball (MLB). But Robinson was not alone. Before Brooklyn profiles several lesser-known players—including Hank Thompson and John Wright—who paved the way [...]

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Walter Isaacson’s biography of Benjamin Franklin is a richly detailed account of one of America’s most accomplished Founding Fathers. It includes information about his childhood, his rise in the printing business, and his service as an ambassador to France. The book also offers insights into Franklin’s personal life, including his political beliefs and scientific discoveries. [...]

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“Between the World and Me” is a book written by Ta-Nehisi Coates that addresses the challenges faced specifically by African Americans, but also offers broader insight into racial problems in America. The title refers to an address given by Coates’ father to him when he was younger, cautioning him about the danger of white supremacy [...]

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This book is a comprehensive guide to the history of black Americans in the United States. It covers everything from slavery and civil rights movements to current issues and prominent figures. Written by an expert journalist, this book offers reliable information in an easy-to-read format. For who is this book for ? This book is [...]

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Black American Refugee tells the story of Tiffanie Drayton, who as a young girl fled her home in Queens, New York to live with her Liberian parents in their war-torn homeland. In this riveting memoir, she recounts how she learned to survive in a society that prized aggression and material wealth over compassion and humility. [...]

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Bloodlands

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Timothy Snyder’s Bloodlands is a disturbing and brilliantly executed study of the area between Hitler and Stalin that accounted for upwards of 14 million deaths. Snyder examines the policies and politics behind this staggering figure, as well as the personal experiences of those who lived through it. The result is both comprehensive and harrowing, painting [...]

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In Braiding Sweetgrass, Robin Wall Kimmerer draws on her life as a scientist and a member of the Potawatomi Nation to explore the connections between traditional indigenous teachings and modern scientific knowledge. She demonstrates that both systems are based on observation, rationality, and respect for the land-and that by integrating these two ways of knowing [...]

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Cambodian Genocide is a comprehensive account of the Khmer Rouge regime and its devastating impact on Cambodian society. It covers all aspects of the genocide, from Pol Pot’s rise to power in 1975 to the Vietnamese invasion and overthrow of the Khmer Rouge in 1979. The book also provides an overview of Cambodia’s history leading [...]

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In this sweeping, century-spanning history of American race relations, Pulitzer Prize winner Isabel Wilkerson argues that the social caste system in America is not based on skin color but on African Americans’ origin—a “caste” derived from slavery. Wilkerson chronicles two centuries of race relations in America, from the arrival of the first. For who is [...]

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Chaos

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In “Chaos,” veteran journalist Tom O’Neill uncovers the truth behind the twisted relationships between Charles Manson, the CIA, and other secret players of the 1960s. What emerges is a story stranger than fiction, one that reveals just how darkly events can spiral when paranoia, drugs, and mind control are involved. For who is this book [...]

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Churchill

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Churchill tells the story of one of history’s most fascinating and influential figures, Winston Churchill, in a riveting and eye-opening biography. Andrew Roberts provides readers with a comprehensive account of Churchill’s life, from his early political aspirations to his time as Prime Minister during World War II. Roberts offers readers a detailed examination of Churchill’s [...]

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Code over Country is a riveting account of the tragedy and corruption of SEAL Team Six, as told by veteran investigative journalist Matthew Cole. This fast-paced book takes readers inside the tightknit community of elite warriors, revealing the hidden secrets that have led to disaster both on and off the battlefield. From mismanagement and embezzlement [...]

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In “Cold Civil War”, Jim Belcher argues that America has fallen into a state of polarization, creating gridlock and preventing any form of real progress. Drawing on the work of Martin Luther King Jr., he offers a way out of this impasse by exploring ways to overcome our differences and discover unity. With examples from [...]

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Confucius: His Religion, Philosophy, and Teachings is a comprehensive examination of the life and work of the famous Chinese philosopher. The book covers Confucius’ religious beliefs, philosophical thought, and teachings on government and society. It also includes excerpts from his writings to help illustrate his ideas. For who is this book for ? This book [...]

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In Disunited Nations, international geopolitical analyst Peter Zeihan offers a brilliant and provocative examination of the scary world we live in today—a world of ungoverned spaces, emerging powers, and resurgent geopolitics. The end of the Cold War left the United States as the only superpower. But it also created an opening for challengers to American [...]

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Einstein

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This book tells the life story of one of history’s most renowned scientists, Albert Einstein. Walter Isaacson delves deep into the physicist’s personal life and professional accomplishments, providing a comprehensive look at his groundbreaking theories and how they changed the course of science forever. For who is this book for ? This book is for [...]

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This book tells the story of Quanah Parker, a Comanche Indian chief who led his tribe during an era of great change and upheaval. Drawing on extensive research, S. C. Gwynne provides a compelling account of the rise and fall of the Comanches, as well as their interactions with white settlers and government officials. This [...]

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Endurance

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This book is about the Endurance expedition, led by Sir Ernest Shackleton, which set out to cross Antarctica in 1914. The ship was eventually crushed by ice pack and the crew had to abandon it, trekking across miles of frozen wasteland to find safety. Despite numerous hardships – including being stranded on an ice floe [...]

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‘Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win’, is a book written by Jocko Willink which chronicles the author’s time as a SEAL officer, and how he applied the principles of ‘extreme ownership’ to lead his troops to victory in some of America’s most high-profile military engagements during Operation Iraqi Freedom. The book provides [...]

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Fearless

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This is the harrowing and true story of Navy SEAL Team SIX operator Adam Brown, from his humble beginnings in Oklahoma to his death on a snowy mountaintop in Afghanistan. Adam was one of the most highly decorated operatives in military history, serving with distinction as a sniper and combat controller. He was also an [...]

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In “Fingerprints of the Gods”, Graham Hancock sets out to prove that an advanced civilization once flourished on Earth but was destroyed by a cataclysmic event. Using evidence from archeology, history, and astronomy, he makes a compelling case for a lost civilization that may have been responsible for many of the world’s greatest mysteries. This [...]

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Flight 93

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Flight 93 tells the story of American courage in the face of terrorism on September 11th, 2001. On that fateful day, a group of passengers and crewmembers aboard United Airlines Flight 93 banded together to attempt to take back the plane from hijackers intent on crashing it into Washington D.C. The events that unfolded inside [...]

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This comprehensive guide to the French Revolution covers all of the important events and characters in this landmark period in history. Featuring a detailed history of the French Revolution, as well as biographies of key figures like Robespierre and Napoleon Bonaparte, this book is perfect for anyone looking to learn more about one of the [...]

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This book is a comprehensive history of the life and times of Genghis Khan, one of the most influential – and controversial – figures in world history. It tells the story of how he rose from obscure beginnings to become the ruler of an empire that stretched across Asia and Europe, eventually laying the foundation [...]

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Grant

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“Grant” is a riveting biography of Ulysses S. Grant, the Union general-turned-president who played a pivotal role in the Civil War and Reconstruction. Ron Chernow provides an intimate look at Grant’s life and career, revealing their many complexities while demonstrating how Grant’s resolve, intelligence, and bravery led to his historic accomplishments. For who is this [...]

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In this Pulitzer Prize-winning book, Jared Diamond asks how and why some societies become more successful than others. He looks at environmental factors such as climate, landforms, plants and animals that influenced the development of human civilizations across the globe. For who is this book for ? “Guns, Germs and Steel” is an outstanding book [...]

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Heroes

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Heroes tells the story of Greek mythology, but with a modern twist. The book is written by Stephen Fry, who is known for his witty and intelligent writing style. Heroes provides an in-depth look at all of the most famous characters from Greek mythology, such as Zeus, Apollo, and Demeter. However, it also introduces readers [...]

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The book is a comprehensive history of China, from the earliest times to the present day. It covers specific events and their causes, as well as the consequences that have ensued. The author provides an objective overview of Chinese history, giving equal weight to both positive and negative aspects. For who is this book for [...]

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Holocaust

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This book provides a comprehensive overview of the Holocaust, from its causes to its consequences. It includes detailed information on the events leading up to the genocide, as well as firsthand accounts from survivors and perpetrators alike. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who wants to learn more about [...]

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Homo Deus

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Homo Deus by Yuval Noah Harari is a thought-provoking read on the future of humanity. It offers a glimpse into the possibilities and challenges that await us in the coming decades – from artificial intelligence to climate change, epidemics to energy shortages. Drawing on insights from philosophy, history, economics and science, Harari paints a vivid [...]

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Horizons

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Horizons is a history book that explores the global origins of modern science. Author James Poskett argues that many of the key discoveries and innovations in science originated outside Europe, with scientists from places like China, India, and Iraq making significant contributions. The book provides a fascinating look at how different cultures have interacted with [...]

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How the Word is Passed takes an unflinching look at America’s history of slavery. It moves beyond traditional narratives that focus narrowly on the institution in the South, instead reckoning with how racism and its legacy have played out across the country. The book offers a searing indictment of white supremacy while also celebrating Black [...]

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In Hitler’s Munich, author Michael Brenner tells the story of how Jews in the city coped with Adolf Hitler’s rise to power and eventual dictatorship. Focusing on the period between 1933 and 1939, Brenner examines how different segments of Munich’s Jewish community responded to Nazi persecution – from those who fled Germany altogether to those [...]

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This book tells the story of H.M. Denham, a naval attaché who was stationed in Sweden during World War II. Denham provides an insider’s perspective on the Nazi Ring, offering unique insights into their operations and strategies. The book is packed with fascinating details about life inside the Nazi regime, and it offers a compelling [...]

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This book by Kristin Kobes du Mez tells the story of how white evangelicals in America have corrupted their faith and fractured our nation. It covers key figures and events from the early days of evangelicalism to the present, showing how conservative Christians have repeatedly worked to exclude people from Christianity and politics based on [...]

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Killers of the Flower Moon is a nonfiction book by David Grann about the murders of 24 Native Americans in Osage County, Oklahoma during the 1920s. The FBI began investigating these killings in 1924 and was able to solve them with help from Tulsa law enforcement officials and Texas Rangers. For who is this book [...]

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In Killing the Mob, Bill O’Reilly tells the inside story of how law enforcement finally crushed America’s most notorious crime organization. Drawing on extensive research and interviews with key players, O’Reilly provides a riveting account of the battle between cops and robbers that gripped the nation for decades. O’Reilly details NYPD commissioner William Bratton’s strategy [...]

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Kleptopia

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“Kleptopia: How Dirty Money Is Conquering the World,” by Tom Burgis, is a riveting account of how corruption and bribery have become rampant throughout the world economy. From Russia to China to Nigeria, Burgis provides eye-opening examples of how kleptocrats (individuals who rule through theft) are able to amass wealth and wield power at the [...]

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This is a book about the reporters who risked their lives to cover World War II. It tells the story of how they coped with the challenges of war and what drove them to keep reporting even when it was incredibly dangerous. For who is this book for ? This is a book for history [...]

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This book tells the story of British imperialism, from its origins in the 16th century to its demise in the 20th. It paints a complex picture of how colonialism worked, showing how it was driven by both economic and political motives, and highlighting both the successes and failures of Britain’s imperial rule. For who is [...]

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Lone Survivor

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The Lone Survivor tells the story of Operation Redwing and the disastrous battle that claimed 19 American servicemen’s lives. Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell was one of only four who survived, and he recounts his harrowing ordeal in riveting detail. This is a gripping account of heroism under fire and Endurance against all odds. For who [...]

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Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil is a non-fiction book by John Berendt. It tells the story of a murder that took place in Savannah, Georgia, and also paints a picture of life in the city during the early 1990s. For who is this book for ? This book is for somebody who [...]

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Money

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Money is a non-fiction book by Jacob Goldstein that tells the story of money and its history. The book includes several interviews with experts on the topic, as well as Goldstein’s own thoughts on money. It covers everything from ancient coins to modern day financial systems, and provides an in-depth look at how money has [...]

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Mythos

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Mythos is a book written by Stephen Fry that tells the history of mythology. The book goes through various different myths from around the world, and explores their origins and meanings. For who is this book for ? Mythos would be a great book for someone who is interested in mythology, and wants to learn [...]

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Night

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In Night, Elie Wiesel recounts his experiences as a young boy during the Holocaust. He and his family were taken to Auschwitz concentration camp in 1944, where they were separated from each other and subjected to unimaginable horrors.Night is a powerful account of one man’s journey through unspeakable loss and pain toward healing and understanding. [...]

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E. Patrick Johnson has assembled a powerful anthology of new writings in Black queer studies with No Tea, No Shade. From the personal to the political, these essays explore black LGBTQ lives across time and space. Contributors include James Baldwin, Audre Lorde, Octavia Butler, Alison Bechdel and Kimberlé Crenshaw alongside emerging voices in contemporary scholarship. [...]

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Not One Inch

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In her new book, Not One Inch: America, Russia and the Making of Post-Cold War Stalemate (Harvard University Press), Professor M.E. Sarotte argues that successive administrations in Washington and Moscow have allowed a legacy of distrust to prevent them from making progress on critical global issues. Drawing on archival research and interviews with policymakers Past [...]

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Olmecs

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This book is a comprehensive guide to the Olmecs, their myths, art, religion and culture. The Olmecs were an ancient people who dominated Mesoamerica for centuries before the rise of the Maya and Aztec cultures. This book provides in-depth information on all aspects of their civilization. For who is this book for ? This book [...]

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Once upon a Time in Russia tells the story of how a small group of young men transformed Russia from a decaying communist state into an economic superpower. Starting with almost nothing, these oligarchs built immense fortunes and held tremendous sway over Russian politics and society. Ben Mezrich provides readers with an inside account of [...]

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This book tells the story of how Portuguese traders first arrived in Macau and set up a small settlement there, which eventually became known as China’s gambling paradise. It provides an interesting look at the history of this unique region and its people, as well as their influence on Chinese culture. For who is this [...]

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Catherine Belton’s “Putin’s People” is an insightful look at the resurgence of the Russian KGB under Vladimir Putin and their subsequent efforts to rebuild Russia’s relationship with the West. Drawing on interviews with key insiders, Belton provides a unique perspective on how Putin has successfully brought back much of the KGB mentality into modern-day Russia [...]

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Raising Men

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This book is all about the lessons that Navy SEALs learned during their training and how they applied them to parenting. Eric Davis, a former Navy SEAL himself, provides readers with an inside look at this unique fraternity of warriors and what it takes to become one. He also shares valuable wisdom on fatherhood and [...]

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Red Famine

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Red Famine tells the story of Stalin’s deliberate policy to starve millions of Ukrainians in the early 1930s. It is a chilling tale of incompetence, cruelty and mass murder. For who is this book for ? Red Famine is a history book that tells the story of Stalin’s deliberate policy to starve millions of Ukrainians [...]

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Red Notice

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Red Notice tells the story of how Russian oligarch, Sergei Magnitsky exposed a $230 million tax fraud scheme perpetrated by government officials and their cronies. When Magnitsky reported the crime to authorities, he was arrested and thrown in prison where he was tortured until he died. Furious at this injustice, Bill Browder set out to [...]

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This meticulously researched book tells the story of the Rwandan Genocide from multiple perspectives. It details the roles that Hutus, Tutsis, and United Nations soldiers played in this horrific event. The author provides a nuanced account of what happened and why it unfolded as it did. This is an essential read for anyone interested in [...]

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Sandworm

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Sandworm tells the story of Russian hackers who have been wreaking havoc on Western targets for over a decade, and how a new era of cyberwarfare is unfolding. Written by journalist Andy Greenberg, this book offers readers an inside view into the minds and tactics of some of the most sophisticated (and dangerous) computer criminals [...]

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Say Nothing

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Based on extraordinary access to the detectives, prosecutors, and defense lawyers involved in one of the most notorious crimes in recent history, Say Nothing is a riveting tale of murder, misdirection, and deceit. In December 2001 two little girls were playing in a park near their homes in Belfast when they were abducted and brutally [...]

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Showtime

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In Showtime, Jeff Pearlman tells the incredible story of one of the most dominant teams in sports history—the Los Angeles Lakers of the 1980s. Led by Hall-of-Famers Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and head coach Pat Riley, the Lakers won five NBA championships in a row from 1980 to 1984, setting records for wins and [...]

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Skybreak

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This book tells the story of the 58th Fighter Squadron, a unit that was crucial to the success of Operation Desert Storm. It provides an in-depth look at how these brave pilots fought and overcame incredible obstacles while performing their dangerous mission. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who [...]

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Soldiers of God tells the story of Islamic warriors who are fighting against overwhelming odds in Afghanistan and Pakistan. Kaplan provides an intimate look at these soldiers, their motivations, and what drives them to fight for their beliefs. This is a fascinating and eye-opening account of the human side of war. For who is this [...]

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When we meet someone for the first time, what do we talk about? How do we create a connection with a stranger? In “Talking to Strangers,” Malcolm Gladwell explores the dynamics of communication and offers insights into how best to navigate our interactions with people who are unfamiliar to us. Drawing on research in psychology, [...]

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In Team of Rivals, Doris Kearns Goodwin draws parallels between Abraham Lincoln’s time in office and modern-day politics. She argues that Lincoln was a genius in the way he brought together political rivals to form his cabinet, thus allowing him to effectively govern during the Civil War. The book is full of interesting anecdotes and [...]

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Nikole Hannah-Jones, award-winning investigative reporter for The New York Times Magazine, presents a radical new take on America’s history in “The 1619 Project.” Arguing that the year 1619 is when American slavery began rather than when it ended, she posits that racism and white supremacy are not traditional fixtures of our society but instead were [...]

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The Accommodation is a book by Jim Schutze that tells the story of race in Dallas, Texas. It covers topics such as segregation, housing policy, and affirmative action. The book provides an in-depth look at how these issues have affected Dallas over the years. For who is this book for ? This book is for [...]

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The Art of Seduction is a book by Robert Greene that teaches the reader how to seduce anyone they want. The book covers topics such as psychology, body language, and charisma. It offers advice on how to make yourself more attractive to others, and how to exploit their weaknesses in order to get what you [...]

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The Autobiography of Malcolm X is the story of one man’s remarkable journey from street criminal to international spokesman for black rights. Told in his own words, this powerful account chronicles Malcolm X’s life as a self-taught intellectual, uncensored rebel, and public figure who challenged white America – head on. This edition of the Autobiography [...]

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The Avoidable War is a sobering and informative look at the potential for conflict between the United States and China, written by former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd. The book examines the many dangers that could lead to a catastrophic war between these two global powers, including miscalculations, misunderstandings, and outright provocations. Drawing on extensive [...]

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In The Bomber Mafia, Malcolm Gladwell tells the story of a group of Canadian airmen who became obsessed with bombing Germany during World War II. These men were determined to take down as many enemy targets as possible, and they were willing to do whatever it took to make that happen. The bomber mafia was [...]

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The Boys in the Boat tells the story of nine American rowers and their epic quest for gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Led by team captain George Pocock and head coach Al Ulbrickson, these young men overcame incredible obstacles to achieve one of the most improbable victories in Olympic history. Their stirring tale provides [...]

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The Color of Law tells the forgotten story of how our government segregated America. Using extensive research and compelling storytelling, author Richard Rothstein provides a timely and important history lesson that is essential for understanding race relations in America today. For who is this book for ? This book is for anyone who wants to [...]

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David Graeber’s The Dawn of Everything is a comprehensive and insightful history of humanity that offers readers a new perspective on the origins and development of our species. From prehistoric times to the present day, Graeber provides an engaging and accessible account of human civilization that will appeal to anyone interested in learning more about [...]

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The Devil in the White City tells the true story of two men – one, a brilliant architect and designer, and the other, a serial killer who used the fairgrounds as his playground. Set at the 1893 World’s Fair in Chicago, this is an edge-of-your seat thriller that weaves together themes of murder, magic, and [...]

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The Economic Weapon is a book about the rise of sanctions as a tool of modern war. It covers cases in which sanctions have been used and explores their effectiveness. The author, Nicholas Mulder, provides insights into the use of sanctions from both a theoretical and practical perspective. For who is this book for ? [...]

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This is a book about the end of history and the last man. It was written by Francis Fukuyama, who is a political scientist. In it, he argues that we have reached the END OF HISTORY as we know it, and that modernity has essentially won out over all other ideologies. He also predicts that [...]

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The Fourth Turning is a book by William Strauss and Neil Howe that popularized the concept of generational theory in American social history. The book posits that there are four cycles or turnings in every 80-year lifespan of an American generation, each with its own defining characteristics: • Discovery (ages 0-20) • Awakening (ages 21-41) [...]

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The Future Is History is a gripping and harrowing account of Russia’s slide back into totalitarianism, told through the stories of four young Russians who witnessed the rise of Putinism first-hand. It is a book about memory and forgetting, using the past to understand the present – and ultimately, to predict the future. Masha Gessen [...]

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The Gates of Europe is a comprehensive history of Ukraine, from its earliest origins to the present day. Serhii Plokhy argues that Ukraine has always been an essential part of European civilization, and he provides a detailed and compelling account of the country’s complex political and cultural heritage. The book paints a rich picture of [...]

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The Gods of Nibiru in the Ancient Near East is a comprehensive study of the Anunnaki, their history and mythology, as well as their impact on ancient Sumerian philosophy and cosmology. Author Ryan Moorhen delves deep into this fascinating topic, exploring every possible angle to provide an enlightening overview of these enigmatic figures. For who [...]

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The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956 is a nonfiction book by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn that documents the existence of the Soviet Union’s forced labor camp system. The work consists of testimonies from survivors, as well as analysis and documentation from Solzhenitsyn himself. It is often considered to be one of the most important books on Russian history [...]

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The Gulag Archipelago, Volume 1 is a historical book written by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn about the Soviet Union’s prison system. The book is divided into three parts: “The History of Our Sewage Disposal System,” “The Irkutsk Episode,” and “The Kolyma Tales.” It offers a firsthand account of life in the gulags, as well as insights [...]

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The History of the Ancient World by Susan Wise Bauer is a comprehensive history book that covers everything from the earliest accounts of civilization to the fall of Rome. The book is written in an engaging and easy-to-read style, making it perfect for anyone interested in learning more about this period in history. For who [...]

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The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is a book by Rebecca Skloot about the life of Henrietta Lacks, an African American woman whose cells were taken without her consent in 1951 and used to create the first immortal human cell line. The book also explores race and poverty in America. For who is this book [...]

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The Immortality Key is a work of history that seeks to uncover the secret origins of the Religion with No Name. Author Brian C. Muraresku believes that this religion has been around for centuries, and he offers compelling evidence to support his theory. Drawing on a variety of sources, including ancient texts and religious artwork, [...]

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