A hilarious, biting satire of the United States and its unpredictable leader from the best-selling author of The Circle.
From the best-selling author of The Circle, a powerful modern fable on the legacy of colonialism, the dark power of global corporations, and the challenge of truly 'doing good'.
From San Francisco to Yemen, the gripping true story of a young American immigrant and his quest to resurrect the ancient art of Yemeni coffee - while escaping a terrifying civil war.
Heart-warming and riotously funny, a dysfunctional family adventure from the bestselling author of The Circle.
In Building 52 at an abandoned military base miles from anywhere a NASA astronaut wakes to find he's been kidnapped. A man named Thomas says they know each other, but the astronaut doesn't remember him.
The Circle runs everything - all your internet activity in one easy, safe and visible place. No wonder it is now the world's most powerful and influential company. So when Mae Holland lands a job at its glittering California campus, she knows, she's made it.
American businessman Alan Clay is in Saudi Arabia. He's here selling IT to King Abdullah to help conjure a glittering city from the desert sands.
'Harrowing, spellbinding . . . nothing less than an indictment of the entire Bush era.' Observer