The untold weirdness of history’s greatest geniuses. Laugh & learn with 30 mini-bios that humanize these larger-than-life figures. Perfect for teens and adults
More After the Break by Jen Maxfield is a memoir in which the author goes back to find out what happened to some of the people she covered over the years.
A mesmerizing yet profoundly sad book since we know the outcome from the onset. The author’s 27-year-old daughter fell ill with porphyria and lapsed into a coma
The book describes the long relationship between Polish & US intelligence agencies. Poland has been trying to come out from under the heavy hand of the Russians
The Good Kings by Kara Cooney analyzes how systems of absolute power traps its citizens to make them believe they work in their best interests.
I enjoyed reading about Col Eileen M. Collins’ (RET – USAF) journey to become an astronaut. It took time, planning, patience, and resilience
Real Estate is the 3rd & final installment in Deborah Levy’s ‘Living Autobiography’ memoir series. Ms. Levy is an award-winning novelist, playwright, and poet.
Giorgio Vasari (30 July, 1515 – 27 June, 1574) was a writer, painter, and engineer from Italy. He is considered to be the foundation of art-history writing.
After the Apocalypse is a short book talks about a true, reality based, vision of where American needs to strive towards, and lead.
Eye of the Storm: 25 Years in Action with the SAS by Peter Ratcliffe is a memoir of the author’s time in England’s elite special forces unit