In this powerful analysis of the way we live now, Philip Roscoe shows how we have been seduced by economic reason. His solutions, some radical, others straightforward, urge us to think and act more humanely - and less economically - towards one another.
An unlikely terrorist, Morten Storm went from being a biker to an Islamic convert ready to wage Holy War. He fell under the spell of preacher Anwar al-Awlaki – the West's most wanted al-Qaeda leader, and the inspiration for the Charlie Hebdo attackers.
Bonkers is the story of how it all came about. Or at least the bits she recalls. The rest she made up. Either way, it's all here: the stories, the characters, Dawn, Joanna, and, playing herself throughout: Jennifer.
John Bradshaw, one of the world's leading experts on animal behaviour, overturns many of the myths surrounding cats to reveal the true nature of our most enigmatic companions: what makes them tick, how they relate to humans (and each other), and what they really need to make them happy.