The Confessions of St. Augustine

A story of spiritual awakening, St. Augustine's Confessions is a fascinating look at the life of an eminent Christian thinker. Widely seen as one of the first Western...

Bagthorpe Saga, The: Ordinary Jack (Collins Modern Classics)

First in the super-funny classic series The Bagthorpe Saga, starring the TOTALLY unforgettable Bagthorpe family – from best-loved author Helen Cresswell.Jack’s fed up of...

The Art of Literature

Arthur Schopenhauer’s The Art of Literature is a lively, illuminating and brutally honest collection of essays on literary style and values, writers and critics, and the nature...

How To Stop Time: A Novel

A novel about love, loss and living in the moment, from the bestselling author of The Humans.The first rule is that you don’t fall in love. There are other rules too, but...

Sirius: A Novel About The Little Dog Who Almost Changed History

An international bestseller—“an elegant, charming, and heartwarming fable...one part Zelig, one part Siddhartha, and one part Rin Tin Tin” (Vogue)—about an...

The Family Man

You take ONE risk. Now, those you love must pay …Dom Turner is a dependable husband, a loving father. A man you can rely on. But it only takes one day to destroy a seemingly...

Utopia

Thomas More's Utopia stands out as one of the most striking political works ever written. Composed specifically as a response to Henry VIII's break with Rome, the book meditates...

Legacy One Family, a Cup of Tea and the Company that Took On the World

A panoramic new history of modern Britain, as told through the story of one extraordinary family, and one groundbreaking company.In the early 1800s Lehmann Gluckstein and his...

Whose Body? A Lord Peter Wimsey Mystery

After a corpse wearing pince-nez glasses is found in a bathtub, Lord Peter Wimsey undertakes the case and investigates the deed privately. But determining whether the corpse...

Fear and Trembling

From the perspective of an unbeliever, Fear and Trembling explores the paradox of faith, the nature of Christianity, and the complexity of human emotion. Kierkegaard examines the...

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