“Lapvona flips all the conventions of familial and parental relations, putting hatred where love should be or a negotiation where grief should be . . .
"Funny, wild, witty, and profound.
Learning to Talk is a dazzling collection of short stories from the two-time winner of the Booker Prize and #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Wolf Hall trilogy.
With a New Preface
A young woman searches for the truth about her father—and the secrets of her family—in this “big-hearted debut that absolutely crackles with smarts” (Emma Straub).
“A warm and funny debut novel . . . perceptive, wry, and witty.”—The New York Times
The first collected edition of an essential, Pulitzer Prize-winning Beat poet, the indispensable voice whose deep ecological vision and Buddhist spirituality grows more relevant with each passing decade
"Fast-paced and highly absorbing." —Wall Street Journal
A magisterial dual biography of Crazy Horse and Sitting Bull, the two most legendary and consequential American Indian leaders, who triumphed at the Battle of Little Bighorn and led Sioux resistance in the fierce final chapter of the "Indian Wars."
An expanded and updated edition of the history of aviation.
Discover the enthralling story of how we took to the skies in this journey through over 100 years of airborne innovation and adventure.
"A gorgeous book, alive with colour and flavour, a dizzying marriage of Thai flavours and techniques with British ingredients. John Chantarasak demystifies and encourages, making his electrifying dishes accessible to all. Love it." – Marina O'Loughlin, The Sunday Times Food Critic
"An innovative and beautiful book full of mouth watering recipes.
In a tale as twisted as any spy thriller, discover how three women delivered critical evidence of Axis war crimes to Allied forces during World War II: “A tantalizingly novelistic history lesson" (Kirkus).
In 1944, news of secret diaries kept by Italy's Foreign Minister, Galeazzo Ciano, had permeated public consciousness.
Artist, technologist, and philosopher James Bridle’s Ways of Being is a brilliant, searching exploration of different kinds of intelligence—plant, animal, human, artificial—and how they transform our understanding of humans’ place in the cosmos.