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Most Wanted - February 2019

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The Uninhabitable Earth – How to Save Our Future from Climate Change

David Wallace-Wells

The slowness of climate change is a fairy tale, perhaps as pernicious as the one that says it isn't happening at all, and if your anxiety about it is dominated by fears of sea-level rise, you are barely scratching the surface of what terrors are possible, even within the lifetime of a teenager today.

The Source: Open Your Mind, Change Your Life

Dr Tara Swart

With a four-step plan to awaken the power of your brain, this unique guide to life combines science and spirituality in a way that is open-minded and practical.

Love Factually: The Science of Who, How and Why We Love

Laura Mucha

Love is all around us, it makes people do strange things in every culture and every tongue - the latest research on marriage, celibacy, relationships and good old fashioned romance.

Breaking and Entering: The Extraordinary Story of a Hacker Called "Alien"

Jeremy N Smith

Uncovering the human side of cybersecurity, spanning  the  spectrum of why and how hackers do what they do through the career of one extraordinary woman.

The Future is Asian: Global Order in the 21st century

Parag Khanna

Looking at Asia from the inside-out, telling the story of how this mega-region is coming together and reshaping the entire planet in the process.

The Making of You: A Scientific Journey

Katharina Vestra

The inside story of one of nature's greatest marvels: the creation of a new human, from first cell to first breath. 

Growth IQ: Master the 10 Points to Grow Your Business

Tiffani Bova, Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce

Explains how companies can get a handle on their particular business context, and use it to determine the right combination and sequence of growth paths to take them into the future.

Brave Not Perfect

Reshma Saujani

From childhood through adulthood, girls and women are pushed to seek perfection. In their grades, activities, career choices, appearance and demeanour.

The Map of Knowledge: How Classical Ideas were lost and found

Violet Moller

Following three key texts--Euclid's Elements, Ptolemy's The Almagest, and Galen's writings on medicine--on a perilous journey driven by insatiable curiosity about the world.

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