Capital

Capital in the twenty-first century / Thomas Piketty ; translated by Arthur Goldhammer. Thomas Piketty analyzes a unique collection of data from twenty countries, ranging as far back as the eighteenth century, to uncover key economic and social patterns.

Hilary Mantel - Bring Up the Bodies

Bring Up the Bodies (Thomas Cromwell,The sequel to Hilary Mantel's 2009 Man Booker Prize winner and "New York Times" bestseller, "Wolf Hall" delves into the heart of Tudor history with the downfall of Anne Boleyn

SHORTLISTED FOR THE OXFORD WEIDENFELD TRANSLATION PRIZE 2008  WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY WILL SELF  The citizens of the One State live in a condition of

SHORTLISTED FOR THE OXFORD WEIDENFELD TRANSLATION PRIZE 2008 WITH AN INTRODUCTION BY WILL SELF The citizens of the One State live in a condition of

Howard Jacobson - The Finkler Question

The Finkler Question: A Novel eBook by Howard Jacobson - Kobo

Man Booker Prize

The Luminaries (Man Booker Prize winner by Eleanor Catton, available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.

Captain Alfred Dreyfus

an officer and a spy - Robert Harris

Why it matters who

Soup offers an inspirational business fable that explains the "recipe" you can use to create a winning culture and boost employee morale and engagement.

Proves that shareholder primacy has no basis in law or economics and does not deliver better bottom-line results Suggests better ways to think about shareholders and their relationship to corporations…  read more at Kobo.

The Shareholder Value Myth: How Putting Shareholders First Harms Investors, Corporations, and the Public

Contrary to the prevailing view in the West that the 500-year dominance of Western civilization points to it being the only universal civilization, Can Asians Think? argues that other civilizations…  read more at Kobo.

Read Can Asians Think? 5 new Essays by Kishore Mahbubani with Kobo. Contrary to the prevailing view in the West that the dominance of Western civilization points to it being the o.

Kurt Vonnegut’s first novel spins the chilling tale of engineer Paul Proteus, who must find a way to live in a world dominated by a supercomputer and run completely by machines. Paul’s rebellion is…  read more at Kobo.

Kurt Vonnegut’s first novel spins the chilling tale of engineer Paul Proteus, who must find a way to live in a world dominated by a supercomputer and run completely by machines.

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