One of the most imaginative minds alive retells the greatest stories in history - the Greek Myths.
The incredible, bestselling memoir of survival, hope and empowerment
The dazzling companion volume to the bestselling Mythos. There are heroes - and then there are Greek heroes.
The transcript of the one and only conversation between 'the four horsemen' of New Atheism, with new introductions from Dawkins, Dennett and Harris and a sparkling foreword by Stephen Fry.
2014 offered The life-changing magic of tidying 2016 surrounded us with hygge In 2017, we’ll discover our ikigai… Ikigai – the Japanese secret to a long and happy life from the world’s longest living people.
In the days of extremism and severely divisive belief systems, learning patience and compassion practices (from the modern master of patience and compassion) is more valuable than ever.
Walking in the Footsteps of the Buddha
A brilliantly original exploration of what we can learn about the meaning of human life and how we should live our lives, drawing both on the wisdom of the great thinkers and on the insights of modern science. For all readers of Alain de Botton.
Now in paperback with a newly commissioned reader’s guide—the long-awaited follow-up to The Holy Longing, one of the top-selling books on Catholic spirituality in the last two decades
This new translation features both the English and Chinese texts and draws on the most recent excavated manuscripts to illuminate the historical context of Confucius' teachings, explaining who the many local figures referenced are, and navigating a rich tradition of historical commentaries.
Two spiritual giants. Seven days. One timeless question.
A condensed guide to life from the bestselling author of The Black Swan, Nassim Nicholas Taleb's The Bed of Procrustes is an invaluable collection of aphorisms navigate the modern world
A collection of eleven unmissable short stories from the Number One internationally bestselling author.
Discover the full stories behind over 85 of the world's most influential people.
A timely exploration of how to be alone – and why it matters now more than ever before
Self-celebrating and self-mocking autobiographical writings from Ecce Homo, the last work iconoclastic German philosopher Nietzsche wrote before his descent into madness.
A celebration of women and public speaking - from great political leaders and stand-up comedians, to campaigners and feminists, this is a powerful little book about what happens when women find their voice.