Spiritual teacher Michael A. Singer explores the question of human identity and shows how the development of consciousness can enable us all to dwell in the present moment and achieve happiness and self-realization.
A magnificent, beautifully written epic "biography" of cancer—in the tradition of Andrew Solomon's The Noonday Demon, this is a brilliant exploration of the past, present, and future of a complex disease that defines us and our time.
And Other True Tales of Madness, Love, and the History of the World from the Periodic Table of the Elements
Sam Kean Sean Runnette
The infectious tales and astounding details in The Disappearing Spoon follow carbon, neon, silicon, and gold as they play out their parts in human history, finance, mythology, war, the arts, poison, and the lives of the frequently mad scientists who discovered them.
In the first book in a new series from New York Times bestselling author Shayla Black, when Morgan O'Malley turns to bodyguard Jack Cole for help, she knows his motives aren't pure—but she has no idea how personal they are. Contains mature themes.
Bella Lind and the crew of her nuclear-powered ship mine comets, and they are good at it. But nothing can prepare them for the surprises in store when one of Saturn's ice moons inexplicably leaves its natural orbit and heads out of the solar system at high speed.
In the third entry in Chloe Neill's acclaimed Chicagoland Vampires series, shapeshifters from across the country are convening in the Windy City, and Merit is assigned to protect the Alpha, Gabriel Keene, and to spy for the vamps.