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101 Essays That Will Change the Way You Think by Brianna Wiest
Brianna Wiest's collection of brief yet thought-provoking essays, "101 Essays That Will Transform the Way You Think," challenges readers to reexamine their assumptions and adopt fresh viewpoints. Everyone seeking to widen their perspectives and learn new things should read this book.
11 Life Lesson From Nelson Mandela By Ndaba Mandela
Every life has the power to change the world Ndaba Mandela was raised by his grandfather, the man known to
12 Rules For Life By Jordan Peterson
What does everyone in the modern world need to know? Renowned psychologist Jordan B. Peterson's answer to this most difficult of questions uniquely combines the hard-won truths of ancient tradition with the stunning revelations of cutting-edge scientific research.
13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do By Amy Morin
The author of the international bestseller?13 Things Mentally Strong People Don?t Do?turns her focus to parents, teaching them how to
1984 By George Orwell
“The Party told you to reject the evidence of your eyes and ears. It was their final, most essential command.”
21 Lessons For The 21st Century By Yuval Noah Harari
#1?NEW YORK TIMES?BESTSELLER???In?Sapiens,?he explored our past. In?Homo Deus,?he looked to our future.?Now, one of the most innovative thinkers on the planet turns to the present to make sense of today?s most pressing issues.
21 Secrets of Million-Dollar Sellers by Stephen Harvill
In this sharp, invigorating read, Fortune 50 consultant Stephen Harvill discovers twenty-one common behaviors of top earners across seven major
40 on Justice: The Prophetic Voice on Social Reform by Omar Suleiman
Omar Suleiman’s book “40 on Justice: The Prophetic Voice on Social Reform” compiles forty hadiths (proverbs of the Prophet Muhammad)
7 Rules of Power by Jeffrey Pfeffer
If you want to “change lives, change organizations, change the world,” the Stanford business school?s motto, you need power. Is
8 Rules of Love: How to Find It, Keep It, and Let It Go by Jay Shetty
Self-help book "Think Like a Monk" by Jay Shetty provides helpful guidance on how to cultivate a more contented and meaningful existence. Shetty distils old knowledge into eight key concepts, including gratitude, compassion, and attention, by drawing on his experience as a monk. Shetty offers practical advice and activities that readers may use to improve their own lives through his accessible experiences and perceptive analysis. Everyone looking to live a more meaningful and satisfying life and have a deeper understanding of who they are and what they are meant to do should read this book.
99 Percent Mine By Sally Thorne
A Brief History Of Everyone Who Ever Lived By Adam Rutherford
?Nothing less than a tour de force?a heady amalgam of science, history, a little bit of anthropology and plenty of nuanced, captivating storytelling.??The New York Times Book Review,?Editor's Choice
A Brief History Of Time By Stephen Hawking From The Big Bang To Black Holes
In the ten years since its publication in 1988, Stephen Hawking’s classic work has become a landmark volume in scientific
A Christmas Carol By Charles Dickens
A Christmas Carol is a play about a mean-spirited and selfish old man, Ebenezer Scrooge, who hates Christmas. One cold Christmas Eve, Scrooge is unkind to the people who work for him, then refuses to give to charity, and then is rude to his nephew when he invites him to spend Christmas with him. When Scrooge gets home, he is visited by the ghost of his old business partner Jacob Marley – and then by three ghosts! They are the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future. The Ghost of Christmas Past takes Scrooge on a journey through Christmases from his past, taking Scrooge to see himself as an unhappy child and a young man more in love with money than his fiancé. The Ghost of Christmas Present shows Scrooge his clerk, Bob Cratchit’s family. At Bob Cratchit’s house Scrooge sees Tiny Tim, who is very ill, but full of spirit. The ghost then takes him to see his nephew Fred’s Christmas celebrations - which he had been invited to, but rebuffed. Finally, The Ghost of Christmas Future terrifies Scrooge by showing him visions of his own death… The ghosts’ journey through time teaches Scrooge the error of his ways. When he wakes up on Christmas Day he is full of excitement, and buys the biggest turkey in the shop for the Cratchit family before spending the day with his nephew, full of the joys of Christmas.
A Force for Good: The Dalai Lama Vision for Our World by Daniel Goleman
For more than half a century, in such books as The Art of Happiness and The Dalai Lama’s Little Book of Inner Peace, the
A Good Girl’s Guide To Murder By Holly Jackson
The case is closed. Five years ago, schoolgirl Andie Bell was murdered by Sal Singh. The police know he did
A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara
Hanya Yanagihara's contemporary fiction book "A Little Life" tells the tale of four college friends in New York City as they navigate the difficulties and complexities of adulthood. Jude, a skilled litigator who fights to hide his troubled history from everyone around him, is the protagonist of the novel. In an often ruthless and merciless society, the novel tackles themes of friendship, pain, and the desire for purpose and connection. "A Little Life" is a frightening and unforgettable read that will stick with readers long after they flip the final page because of its potent writing and intensely emotional plot.
A Man Called Ove By Fredrik Backman
A Man Called Ove is a novel by Swedish writer Fredrik Backman published by Forum in 2012. The novel was published in English in 2013 and reached the New York Times Best Seller list 18 months after its publication and stayed on the list for 42 weeks.
A Million Kisses In Your Lifetime: The Steamy and Utterly Addictive TikTok Sensation by Monica Murphy
Discover The Deeply Romantic and Unforgettable Tiktok Sensation That Will Grip you Until The Very Last Page
A Short History Of The World By Christopher Lascelles
There is an increasing realisation that our knowledge of world history – and how it all fits together – is