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A Beautiful Question: Finding Nature's Deep Design
A Beautiful Question: Finding Nature's Deep Design Frank Wilczek
A Beautiful Question is a mind-expanding book combining the age-old human quest for beauty with the age-old human quest for truth.
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A Day In The Life Of The Brain
A Day In The Life Of The Brain Susan Greenfield
A world-renowned neuroscientist illuminates the science of consciousness by exploring a single day in the life of the brain.
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A Farewell To Ice
A Farewell To Ice Peter Wadhams
The most authoritative account yet of what is happening in the Arctic - the 'canary in the mine' of planetary change.
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A History Of The World In Twelve Maps
A History Of The World In Twelve Maps Jerry Brotton
What you see depends on where - and when - you are looking from. As Jerry Brotton's enthralling book shows, maps have shaped our view of the world throughout history, and are themselves shaped by the ideas, prejudices, systems of power and creativity of their age. 
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Being Ecological
Being Ecological Timothy Morton
A fascinating guide to solving one of the world's most pressing subjects.
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Beyond Human Nature
Beyond Human Nature Jesse J. Prinz
This is a book about humanity's power to transcend nature; and one that, ultimately, celebrates our differences.
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Blueprint
Blueprint Robert Plomin
One of the world's top behavioural geneticists argues that we need a radical rethink about what makes us who we are.
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Chernobyl
Chernobyl Serhii Plokhy
A dramatic, minute-by-minute account of one of the most shattering events of the Cold War, from an award-winning historian.
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Classical Mechanics
Classical Mechanics George Hrabovsky
Here is the ultimate master class in modern physics. In Classical Mechanics, world-class physicist and father of string theory Leonard Susskind and citizen-scientist George Hrabovsky combine forces in a primer that teaches the skills you need to do physics yourself.
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Clear Bright Future
Clear Bright Future Paul Mason
Has capitalism stripped us of our common humanity? In an age of fragmented identities and authoritarianism, award-winning journalist Paul Mason calls for a new humanism.
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Collecting the World
Collecting the World James Delbourgo
A fascinating, vivid biography of the founder of the British Museum and exploration of the itch to accumulate.
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Cooked
Cooked Michael Pollan
Filled with glorious, eccentric, mouthwatering tales, Cooked explores the deepest mysteries of how and why we cook.
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Curiocity
Curiocity Henry Eliot, Matt Lloyd-Rose
Curiocity is a unique guide that will transform the way you see and experience London.
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