Variations on an Inexhaustible Theme by avant-garde author, artist and musician Massimo Magee takes readers on a unique journey across time and space, music and art, to excavate the true meaning of art, and where it can lead us.
Toilets of the Wild Frontier by seasoned traveller Graham Askey is a funny yet thought-provoking showcase of the world’s lamest loos.
The bestselling author of new book Apple: Sex, Drugs, Motherhood and the Recovery of the Feminine has revealed all.
According to new research, the elusive Holy Grail may have finally been discovered … encoded within the plays of William Shakespeare. Indeed, one of hundreds of subtle references the Bard seemingly makes to the Holy Grail could be the ‘Poisoned Chalice’ prophesied by Macbeth to bring about his ultimate downfall.
The Children’s Inquiry: How the State and Society Failed the Young during the Covid-19 pandemic by Liz Cole and Molly Kingsley is a damning and forensic critique of the treatment of children during the pandemic.
By Dr Niamh M. Middleton
In powerful self-help guide Dream and Achieve, author and ‘Dream Driver’ Kola Olutimehin provides the only mental toolkit you need to help you discover and realise your ambitions.
American philosopher Noam Chomsky once said of Christianity’s holy book that “The Bible is one of the most genocidal books in history”. It’s a truth that can’t be disputed, as anyone with a familiarity with scripture will instantly attest. Yet while we shield children from violent films or computer games, we actively encourage them to read the Bible, and other holy books, with their 18-plus stories of murder, rape and incest. This, combined with the fact that scripture is sometimes...
Gripping romantic thriller The Leopard’s Daughter: A Pukhtun Story by David Raeburn Finn is an original and eye-opening anti-war novel shedding new light on the 20-year war in Afghanistan.