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  • - And Other Rules to Live By
    by David Mitchell
    £10.49 - 16.49

    ** THE NEW BOOK FROM THE AWARD-WINNING COMEDIAN AND WRITER ** 'A quintessentially British, well-bred master of wry .

  • - Effective Altruism and a Radical New Way to Make a Difference
    by William MacAskill
    £10.49

    Almost all of us want to make a difference. So we volunteer, donate to charity, recycle or try to cut down our carbon emissions. But rarely do we know how much of a difference we're really making.In a remarkable re-examination of the evidence, Doing Good Better reveals why buying sweatshop-produced goods benefits the poor; why cosmetic surgeons can do more good than charity workers; and why giving to a relief fund is generally not the best way to help after a natural disaster. By examining the charities you give to, the volunteering you do, the goods you buy and the career you pursue, this fascinating and often surprising guide shows how through simple actions you can improve thousands of lives - including your own.

  • - Lexical perplexities and cracking conundrums from across the globe
    by Alex Bellos
    £9.49

  • - A Neuroscientist Explains What Your Head is Really Up To
    by Dean Burnett
    £10.49

    Why do you lose arguments with people who know MUCH LESS than you? Why can you recognise that woman, from that thing... but can't remember her name?And why, after your last break-up, did you find yourself in the foetal position on the sofa for days, moving only to wipe the snot and tears haphazardly from your face?Here's why: the idiot brain. For something supposedly so brilliant and evolutionarily advanced, the human brain is pretty messy, fallible and disorganised. For example, did you know that your memory is egotistical? That conspiracy theories and superstitions are the inevitable effects of a healthy brain? Or that alcohol can actually improve your memory?** In The Idiot Brain, neuroscientist Dean Burnett tours our mysterious and mischievous grey (and white) matter. Along the way he explains the human brain's imperfections in all their glory and how these influence everything we say, do and experience. Expertly researched and entertainingly written, this book is for anyone who has wondered why their brain appears to be sabotaging their life, and what on earth it is really up to.**Editor's note: please read the book before testing this conclusion.

  • - Murder, Mayhem and Russia's Remaking of the West
    by Luke Harding
    £10.49 - 14.99

    Shadow State is a gripping investigative account of how Russia's spies helped elect Donald Trump, backed Brexit, murdered enemies and threatened the very basis of western democracy. The operatives come in disguise.

  • - Surprising and rewarding puzzles to sharpen your mind
    by Alex Bellos
    £11.49 - 15.49

    . Everything is at stake in this compendium of more than 150 ingenious puzzles, selected to reveal the wonderful diversity of brainteasers that have confounded and intrigued solvers for the last thousand years.

  • - Inside the World of the Bankers
    by Joris Luyendijk
    £10.49

    The author, an investigative journalist, knew almost nothing about banking until he was assigned to investigate the financial sector. Over two years he spoke to more than 200 people - from the competitive investment bankers to downtrodden back office staff. In this book, he tells their stories.

  • by Suzanne Wrack
    £12.99

    A Woman's Game explores the history of women's football from the Victorian era to the present day.

  • by Barry Glendenning
    £11.49

    Introducing 'The Football Weekly Book', a riveting masterpiece by the renowned author Barry Glendenning. Published in 2023 by Guardian Faber Publishing, this book is a must-read for all football enthusiasts. The book delves into the intricacies of the beautiful game, offering readers an in-depth look at the sport's most defining moments. Glendenning, with his unique storytelling style, brings the pages to life, making you feel as if you're in the heart of the action. This book is not just a collection of football stories; it's a journey through the highs and lows of the sport. Regardless of whether you're a casual follower or a die-hard fan, 'The Football Weekly Book' is sure to captivate and enthrall. Don't miss out on this gem from Guardian Faber Publishing.

  • - A Journey to the Edge of Human Endurance
    by Adharanand Finn
    £10.49

    But is it an antidote to modern life, or a symptom of a modern illness?Adharanand Finn travelled to the heart of the sport to find out - and to see if could become an ultra runner himself.

  • - Exposing the Hostile Environment
    by Amelia Gentleman
    £10.49 - 15.99

    It was only through Amelia Gentleman's tenacious investigative and campaigning journalism that it emerged that thousands were in Paulette's position. In The Windrush Betrayal, Gentleman tells the story of the scandal and exposes deeply disturbing truths about modern Britain.

  • - How Birds Got Their Names
    by Stephen Moss
    £10.49

    Guardian columnist and Springwatch expert Stephen Moss combines detective work, natural history, folklore and firsthand observations to explore how birds got their names and our long and eventful relationship with the natural world.

  • - Recipes from an Italian Country Kitchen
    by Valeria Necchio
    £19.99

    Introducing Italy's best kept secret. This title includes lovingly written recipes that capture the spirit of this beautiful and often unexplored region, and Valeria's memories of the people and places that make the Veneto so special. It also shares the food and flavours at the heart of the Veneto region in North Eastern Italy.

  • by Gary Younge
    £11.49

    SHORTLISTED FOR THE ORWELL PRIZE, THE JHALAK PRIZE, THE CWA GOLD DAGGER FOR NON-FICTION AND THE BREAD AND ROSES AWARD Saturday, 23rd November 2013. It was just another day in America. And as befits an unremarkable day, ten children and teens were killed by gunfire. Far from being considered newsworthy, these everyday fatalities are simply a banal fact.The youngest was nine; the oldest nineteen. None made the news. There was no outrage at their passing. It was simply a day like any other day. Gary Younge picked it at random, searched for the families of these children and here, tells their stories. Another Day in the Death of America explores the way these children lived and lost their short lives, offering a searing portrait of the vulnerability of youth in contemporary America.

  • - The Story of Europe's Refugee Crisis
    by Patrick Kingsley
    £11.49

    Europe is facing a wave of migration unmatched since the end of World War II - and no one has reported on this crisis in more depth or breadth than the Guardian's migration correspondent, Patrick Kingsley. Throughout 2015, Kingsley travelled to 17 countries along the migrant trail, meeting hundreds of refugees making epic odysseys across deserts, seas and mountains to reach the holy grail of Europe. This is Kingsley's unparalleled account of who these voyagers are. It's about why they keep coming, and how they do it. It's about the smugglers who help them on their way, and the coastguards who rescue them at the other end. The volunteers that feed them, the hoteliers that house them, and the border guards trying to keep them out. And the politicians looking the other way.The New Odyssey is a work of original, bold reporting written with a perfect mix of compassion and authority by the journalist who knows the subject better than any other.

  • - And Other Lessons from Modern Life
    by David Mitchell
    £9.49

    THE SUNDAY TIMES-BESTSELLING BOOK BY ONE OF BRITAIN'S BEST-LOVED COMIC WRITERS**Pre-order now: David Mitchell's new book Dishonesty is the Second-best Policy**There are many aspects of modern life that trouble award-winning comedian David Mitchell, such as: Why is every film or TV programme a sequel or a remake? Why are people so f***ing hung up about swearing? Why do the asterisks in that sentence make it ok? Why do so many people want to stop other people doing things, and how can they be stopped from stopping them?Join Mitchell on a tour of the absurdities of our times - from Ryanair to Richard III, Downton Abbey to phone etiquette, UKIP to hotdogs made of cats. Funny, provocative and shot through with refreshing amounts of common sense, Thinking About It Only Makes It Worse celebrates and commiserates on the state of things in our not entirely glorious modern world.'Mitchell is an exceptionally clever, eloquent and spot-on commentator. We should be grateful for him.' Daily Mail, Books of the Year

  • - a year in the garden
    by Dan (Gardening Writer) Pearson
    £16.49

    It is an oasis for creation, available to anyone with a little space and the compunction to get their hands dirty."In Natural Selection, Dan Pearson draws on ten years of his Observer columns to explore the rhythms and pleasures of a year in the garden.

  • - A word-lover's guide to the British landscape
    by Dominick Tyler
    £14.49

    An enchanting visual glossary of the British landscape: photographs and stories which take the reader from the waterlogged fens to the white sands of the Western Isles. 'Out .

  • by Marina (Diarist) Hyde
    £9.49 - 16.49

  • by Luke Harding
    £16.49

    The first book of reportage from the front line of the Ukraine war. This is a powerful, moving first draft of history written by the award-winning Guardian journalist and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Collusion and Shadow State.'An excellent, moving account of an ongoing tragedy.' ANNE APPLEBAUM'Compelling, important and heartbreaking.' SIMON SEBAG MONTEFIORE'Essential reading.' ELIOT HIGGINS, founder of Bellingcat'Brilliant.' ANDREY KURKOVFor months, the omens had pointed in one scarcely believable direction: Russia was about to invade Ukraine. And yet, the world was stunned by the epochal scale of the assault that began in February 2022. It was an attempt by one nation to devour another.Invasion is Luke Harding's compelling chronicle of the war that changed everything. For this breathtaking work of reportage he spent months reporting on the ground during the build up to the conflict and afterward; his book tells of the initial days of shock and panic, the grim reality of this ongoing war, and the unheard human stories behind the headlines. Invasion also offers insightful portraits of the the war's two great personalities. One, Volodymyr Zelenskiy, is an actor-turned-president who rallied support on a global stage. The other, Vladimir Putin, is a dictator who dwells in a strange and unreachable realm. Harding examines the ideological, religious and personal reasons behind Putin's decision to invade. And he confronts a crucial question: which side will prevail in this terrible war?With the ripple effects of the largest armed conflict in Europe since 1945 already being felt beyond Ukraine and Russia's borders, it is more vital than ever to understand how the situation on the front line will have profound effects for us all. Written in Luke Harding's starkly transfixing style, Invasion makes for essential reading.'Luke Harding is one of the best reporters in the world.'ROBERTO SAVIANO, author of Gomorrah***Author royalties from this edition will go to the Disasters Emergency Committee's Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.

  • by Luke Harding
    £9.49

    Award-winning journalist and bestselling author Luke Harding's haunting, brilliant account of the insidious methods used against him by a resurgent Kremlin which led to him becoming the first western reporter to be deported from Russia since the days of the Cold War. FEATURING A NEW FOREWORD FROM THE AUTHOR'A courageous and explosive expose.'ORLANDO FIGES'Luke Harding is one of the best reporters in the world.'ROBERT SAVIANO'An essential read.'NEW STATESMANIn 2007, Luke Harding arrived in Moscow to take up a new job as a correspondent for the British newspaper the Guardian. Within months, mysterious agents from Russia's Federal Security Service - the successor to the KGB - had broken into his flat. He found himself tailed by men in cheap leather jackets, bugged, and even summoned to Lefortovo, the KGB's notorious prison.The break-in was the beginning of an extraordinary psychological war against the journalist and his family. Vladimir Putin's spies used tactics developed by the KGB and perfected in the 1970s by the Stasi, East Germany's sinister secret police. This clandestine campaign burst into the open in 2011 when the Kremlin expelled Harding from Moscow.Luke Harding's Mafia State gives a unique, personal and compelling portrait of today's Russia, two decades after the end of communism, that reads like a spy thriller.

  • by Jay Rayner
    £7.49

    Why are gravy stains on your shirt at the dinner table to be admired? Does bacon improve everything? And is gin really the devil's work? In this rollicking collection of his hilarious columns, the award-winning writer and Observer restaurant critic Jay Rayner answers these vital questions and many, many more. They are glorious dispatches, seasoned in equal measure with both enthusiasm and bile, from decades at the very frontline of eating

  • by Rob Davies
    £10.49 - 12.99

    The history of British gambling is a history that stretches back nearly one thousand years, reaching into some of the nation's most fabled periods. It's now an industry worth billions of pounds.Investigative journalist and Guardian correspondent Rob Davies surveys the development of the gambling industry to explain how the Britain became one of the largest gambling markets in the world. From the turn to deregulation under the Blair administration and the resultant explosion of gambling advertising to predatory targeting and industry lobbying in the halls of power, Davies uncovers the sinister inner workings of one of the country's most nefarious industries.Exploring the fate of gambling in the UK and the uncertain future of the thousands of victims who have been all but abandoned along the way, Jackpot is a stark and vital investigation that forces us to confront deeply disturbing truths about modern British society.

  • by Patrick Barkham
    £10.49 - 12.99

    Wild Green Wonders brings you a selection of twenty years' worth of Patrick Barkham's writings for the Guardian, and it bears witness to the great many changes imposed upon this planet and the challenges lying ahead for the future of nature. From Norwegian wolves to protests against the HS2 rail, from peregrine falcons nesting by the Thames to Britain's last lion tamer, Barkham paints an ever changing portrait of contemporary wildlife. This collection also presents thought-provoking interviews with conservationists, scientists, activists and writers such as Rosamund Young, Ronald Blythe and other eco-luminaries, including Sir David Attenborough and Brian May. 'Siding with the planet is siding with the underdog, and this has motivated much of my journalism', Barkham writes. Wild Green Wonders is his chronicle.

  • by Grace Dent
    £16.49

  • by Stephen Moss
    £14.49

    Ten Birds That Changed the World is a captivating book penned by renowned author, Stephen Moss. Published in 2023 by Guardian Faber Publishing, this book delves into the fascinating world of ornithology. The genre of the book is non-fiction, focusing on nature and wildlife. Moss, with his expert storytelling, takes readers on a journey through the lives of ten extraordinary bird species that have had a profound impact on human civilization. From their unique behaviors to their remarkable survival skills, these birds have not only intrigued scientists but also inspired cultures and societies around the globe. This book is an enlightening read for anyone interested in nature, wildlife, or the intricate bond between humans and birds. Published by Guardian Faber Publishing, it is a testament to Moss's deep understanding and passion for the avian world.

  • by Hannah Jane Parkinson
    £9.49

    Parkinson's everyday exaltations - selected from her immensely successful Guardian column - will utterly delight. FEATURES BRAND NEW MATERIAL

  • - The New Normal Survival Guide
    by John Crace
    £9.49

    Infectiously entertaining political satire, from the author of Decline and Fail and I, Maybot.

  • by Kate Rew
    £12.99

    The definitive guide to outdoor swimming in Britain.

  • - Why Mental Health Goes Wrong - and How to Make Sense of It
    by Dean Burnett
    £9.49

    One in four people experience a mental health problem each year, with depression and anxiety alone afflicting over 500 million people. Why are these conditions so widespread?

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