“Magnetic North” expands our understanding of the complex dynamics behind landscapes that once appeared simple pleasures.
Karen Tumulty’s book suggests that perhaps the best way to tell the story of the Reagan years is not through Ronnie’s eyes, but Nancy’s.
Three new titles dwell on the demise of the Galactic Empire; turn back to the Jedi Order’s glorious past; and head out beyond known space.
Jan Schwochow’s ‘The World Explained’ is an incredible journey, demonstrating the growing fascination of infographics.
Ana Valens has performed an important service for anyone who doesn’t want to see priceless community deleted with the stroke of a pen.
Lucasfilm has opened a much-hyped multi-year publishing project set in the High Republic, hundreds of years before the Skywalker Saga.
These are the drinks the characters are actually seen sipping, so the book amounts to a cultural history of cocktails.
It’s the perfect baking book for quarantine, in which home cooks have plenty of leisure to read the author’s recollections of Christmas past.
With welcome diversity and boundless creativity, that long-ago, far-away galaxy has never come so gratifyingly close to our own.
In ‘The Return of the Russian Leviathan,’ Sergei Medvedev makes clear that a strongman doesn’t actually make a country stronger.
If anyone knows how to make good use of screen time, it’s the people who have to pay £1,000 a second for it.
A new Nightmare Before Christmas Advent Calendar from Insight Editions is a book-within-a-book; the outer book reveals a pop-up tree.