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  • by Charlie Mackesy
    £8.49 - 16.99

    The Sunday Times Bestseller and New York Times Bestseller. Meet the new Winnie the Pooh.' The Daily Mail'A wonderful work of art and a wonderful window into the human heart' Richard CurtisEnter the world of Charlie's four unlikely friends, discover their story and their most important life lessons.

  • - The bestselling story of Britain's inspirational astronaut
    by Tim Peake
    £16.49

  • - A Guide for Occupants
    by Bill Bryson
    £10.49

  • - Serious Scientific Answers to Absurd Hypothetical Questions
    by Randall Munroe
    £6.99 - 7.49

    THE SUNDAY TIMES BESTSELLERFrom the creator of the wildly popular xkcd.com, hilarious and informative answers to important questions you probably never thought to ask.Millions visit xkcd.com each week to read Randall Munroe's iconic webcomic. Fans ask him a lot of strange questions: How fast can you hit a speed bump, driving, and live? When (if ever) did the sun go down on the British Empire? When will Facebook contain more profiles of dead people than living? How many humans would a T Rex rampaging through New York need to eat a day?In pursuit of answers, Munroe runs computer simulations, pores over stacks of declassified military research memos, solves differential equations and consults nuclear reactor operators. His responses are masterpieces of clarity and hilarity, complemented by comics. They often predict the complete annihilation of humankind, or at least a really big explosion.

  • by Paul Kalanithi
    £7.49 - 8.99

    At the age of thirty-six, on the verge of completing a decade's training as a neurosurgeon, Paul Kalanithi was diagnosed with inoperable lung cancer. One day he was a doctor, the next he was a patient struggling to live. In this book, he offers a life-affirming reflection on facing our mortality and on the relationship between doctor and patient.

  • by Sun Tzu
    £4.49 - 5.88

    HarperCollins is proud to present its new range of best-loved, essential classics.

  • - An Antidote to Chaos
    by Jordan B. Peterson
    £4.99 - 17.49

  • - A Comedy of Maths Errors
    by Matt Parker
    £3.99 - 10.49

  • - The Fight for a Human Future at the New Frontier of Power: Barack Obama's Books of 2019
    by Professor Shoshana Zuboff
    £12.99

  • - A Hopeful History
    by Rutger Bregman
    £7.49 - 16.49

  • - From Big Bang To Black Holes
    by Stephen (University of Cambridge) Hawking
    £8.99 - 40.99

    Was there a beginning of time? Could time run backwards? Is the universe infinite or does it have boundaries? This book examines these questions. It begins by reviewing the great theories of the cosmos from Newton to Einstein, before delving into the secrets which still lie at the heart of space and time, from the Big Bang to black holes.

  • - A Stargazer's Guide
    by Wil Tirion, Storm Dunlop, Royal Observatory Greenwich & et al.
    £7.49

    The perfect gift for amateur and seasoned astronomers. Follow the progress of constellations throughout the seasons with this beautiful companion to the night sky from Astronomy experts Collins.

  • - A Seasonal Guide to 2021
    by Lia Leendertz
    £8.49

    The fourth instalment of the original and bestselling Almanac. The perfect stocking filler this Christmas.

  • by Marcus Aurelius
    £2.99 - 7.99

    Throughout history, some books have changed the world. They have transformed the way we see ourselves - and each other. They have inspired debate, dissent, war and revolution. They have enlightened, outraged, provoked and comforted. They have enriched lives - and destroyed them. Now Penguin brings you the works of the great thinkers, pioneers, radicals and visionaries whose ideas shook civilization, and helped make us who we are.

  • - The New Science of a Lost Art
    by James Nestor
    £8.99 - 12.99

  • - An Emotional Education
    by Alain De Botton & The School of Life
    £8.49

  • - Is there no alternative?
    by Mark Fisher
    £6.49 - 6.99

    After 1989, capitalism has successfully presented itself as the only realistic political-economic system - a situation that the bank crisis of 2008, far from ending, actually compounded. The book analyses the development and principal features of this capitalist realism as a lived ideological framework. Using examples from politics, films, fiction, work and education, it argues that capitalist realism colours all areas of contemporary experience. But it will also show that, because of a number of inconsistencies and glitches internal to the capitalist reality program capitalism in fact is anything but realistic.

  • - The Power of Diverse Thinking
    by Matthew Syed
    £5.99 - 14.49

    An inspiring book about creative problem-solving from the No. 1 bestselling author of BOUNCE, BLACK BOX THINKING and YOU ARE AWESOME.

  • by Epictetus
    £2.99 - 7.49

    Epictetus, a Greek stoic and freed slave, ran a thriving philosophy school in Nicropolis in the early second century AD. His animated discussions were celebrated for their rhetorical wizardry and were written down by Arrian, his most famous pupil. Together with the Enchiridion, a manual of his main ideas, and the fragments collected here, The Discourses argue that happiness lies in learning to perceive exactly what is in our power to change and what is not, and in embracing our fate to live in harmony with god and nature. In this personal, practical guide to the ethics of stoicism and moral self-improvement, Epictetus tackles questions of freedom and imprisonment, illness and fear, family, friendship and love, and leaves an intriguing document of daily life in the classical world.

  • - 12 More Rules for Life
    by Jordan B. Peterson
    £12.99 - 19.99

  • by Pauline Harmange
    £6.20

    The feminist book they tried to ban in France

  • - the final book from Stephen Hawking
    by Stephen Hawking
    £0.99 - 7.49

    The final book from Professor Stephen Hawking, the bestselling author of A BRIEF HISTORY OF TIME and arguably the most famous scientist of our age, BRIEF ANSWERS TO THE BIG QUESTIONS is a profound, accessible and timely reflection on the biggest questions in science.

  • - 366 Meditations on Wisdom, Perseverance, and the Art of Living: Featuring new translations of Seneca, Epictetus, and Marcus Aurelius
    by Ryan Holiday & Stephen Hanselman
    £8.28

  • by Rebecca Skloot
    £4.99 - 7.49

    The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks, is now an HBO film starring Oprah Winfrey & Rose Byrne.Her name was Henrietta Lacks, but scientists know her as HeLa. Born a poor black tobacco farmer, her cancer cells - taken without her knowledge - became a multimillion-dollar industry and one of the most important tools in medicine. Yet Henrietta's family did not learn of her 'immortality' until more than twenty years after her death, with devastating consequences . . .Rebecca Skloot's fascinating account is the story of the life, and afterlife, of one woman who changed the medical world forever. Balancing the beauty and drama of scientific discovery with dark questions about who owns the stuff our bodies are made of, The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks is an extraordinary journey in search of the soul and story of a real woman, whose cells live on today in all four corners of the world.'No dead woman has done more for the living . . . A fascinating, harrowing, necessary book.' - Hilary Mantel, Guardian

  • - Epistulae Morales Ad Lucilium
    by Seneca
    £3.99 - 7.99

    A philosophy that saw self-possession as the key to an existence lived "in accordance with nature", Stoicism called for restraint of animal instincts and severing of emotional ties. Seneca's contribution to a seemingly unsympathetic creed was to transform it into an inspiring declaration of the dignity of the individual mind.

  • - A Brief History of Tomorrow
    by Yuval Noah Harari
    £8.49

    Homo Deus explores the projects, dreams and nightmares that will shape the twenty-first century and beyond - from overcoming death to creating artificial life. It asks the fundamental questions: how can we protect this fragile world from our own destructive power?

  • by Sun Tzu
    £6.88 - 12.49

  • - The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst
    by Robert M. Sapolsky
    £8.49

    Why do we do what we do? This book is at once a tour and a majestic synthesis of the whole science of human behaviour. Brought to life through engaging stories, it offers the fullest picture yet of the origins of tribalism and xenophobia, hierarchy and competition, morality and free will, war and peace.

  • - The Japanese secret to a long and happy life
    by Francesc Miralles & Hector Garcia
    £9.48

    THE INTERNATIONAL BESTSELLERWe all have an ikigai. It's the Japanese word for 'a reason to live' or 'a reason to jump out of bed in the morning'. I'm spellbound.' Chris Evans'Ikigai gently unlocks simple secrets we can all use to live long, meaningful, happy lives.

  • - Cats and the Meaning of Life
    by John Gray
    £9.99 - 17.49

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