A strangely tragic love story.
Winner of the 2019 Fitzcarraldo Editions Novel Prize
A love song to Shanghai. Spanning over forty years, from the Cultural Revolution to the shift of market economy.
The Proust of Shanghai. Over 800,000 copies sold. Biggest literary novel in China. Over 30 literary awards. Adaptation for film and TV series by ...
The first ever detailed biography of the drummer of the world's most famous rock'n'roll band.
The definitive biography of rock legend Ringo Starr.
The legislative initiative for cannabis legalisation is close to a breakthrough. But the secretary of state did not expect the project to have deadly opponents.
Thomas Hoeps and Jac. Toes
Legalize cannabis! A highly relevant political thriller about the entanglements between mafia and politics from the German-Dutch crime dream ...
A great German family novel, based on the successful TV drama Das Adlon.
Five strong women and their search for self-determination - a family story that began with a lie and ends with love.
Meet Daisy. A picture of grace and dignity. Meet Harod. A disappointment...
J. Paul Henderson
A Funny and Touching Story of an Improbable and Heart-Warming Quest to Find True Love
Music. Our home. Our life and blood.
The monuments of popular music. In a superb collection by the renowned critic Ian Penman.
Over the last 1,000 years, the average surface air temperature in the Northern hemisphere had remained relatively constant - until industrialisation set in.
Christian Serrer and David Nelles
Climate Change for Beginners - Written by Two Students. Backed up by 115 Scientists. Sold over 270,000 Copies.
Kelsang Wangmo and the Women Revolutionizing Buddhism
The Future of Buddhism is Female
We are profiled and categorized by complex systems, and have lost control of how our data is used.
Nele Obermüller and Frederike Kaltheuner
A Plea for Social and Global Justice in an Increasingly Connected and Interdependent World.
An outlier's struggle to live and love in a society where privacy is history.
An ironic look at society, of power and abuse, bondage and greed, surveillance and the silent acquiescence of the weak in their own ...
Riding the waves.
Sometimes Love Demands an Enormous Choice.
By the age of forty we have lost at least 20 per cent of brain structure and it grows more difficult by the year to retain new information.
Anti-Aging for Our Brain: The latest findings of neuroscience explained in a fun way.
Eckhart did not care about the 'right' faith, he cared about true insight.
A timeless hero of modern spirituality: The teachings of Meister Eckhart, one of the most influential 13th century Christians.
He who saves a single life saves the whole world.
Friendship or Patriotism - which is weighing stronger.
Happy people are more social, creative and productive.
Are our societies missing what is really important? Why successful business is not a matter of short-term economic returns but one of meaning.
How much good can you do before you do it all wrong?
It requires preparation to flee, but to disappear demands carefully planned improvisation.
Beneath the surface of Eden lies our global ecological collapse.
'Beautiful, wise and deeply moving - for readers of Rebecca Solnit (...)' – Joanna Kavenna
Based on the previously unknown history of the resistance group at the Charité Hospital in Berlin
The thrilling story of the previously unknown history of the Nazi resistance group at the Charité Hospital in Berlin: Espionage, murder and ...
Seeing the world of autistic people in a new light.
An International Bestseller, the Story behind Henry Markram’s Breakthrough Theory about Autism, and How a Family’s Unconditional Love Led to a ...
'A major Indian writer' – New York Times
This passionate novel has become symbol of freedom of expression in its native India for laying bare with unsparing clarity a relationship caught ...