Read the opening extract of the brand new Emma Kavanagh book before its publication on 23/04/2015
Big Bangs and God Particles, landers on Comets, Star nurseries at the end of the Universe … and literally everything in between.
This Month's Featured Books
The Secret Life of Sleep
Why do we sleep? Do we know how we cross from waking to sleep? And dreams and nightmares how do they fit in? These questions and more are addressed in The Secret Life of Sleep. For the lucky majority sleep...
Format: Paperback - Released: 02/04/2015
Sapiens A Brief History of Humankind
Yuval Noah Harari
Nothing less than a history of humankind from when the first species known as “humans” evolved through to the modern day. Dealing with how and why humans became the dominant species, Yuval Noah Harari also seeks to show how our...
Format: Paperback - Released: 30/04/2015
Journey to the Centre of the Earth The Remarkable Voyage of Scientific Discovery into the Heart of Our World
A history of exploration beneath the surface of our planet, a remarkable voyage of scientific discovery over the past 150 years. Whitehouse's enthralling journey vividly charts all we are able to understand about the mysteries of the deep Earth. His...
Format: Hardback - Released: 09/04/2015
Infinitesimal How a Dangerous Mathematical Theory Shaped the Modern World
The epic story of the origin of calculus. Amir Alexander takes us from the bloody religious strife of the sixteenth century to the battlefields of the English civil war and the fierce confrontations between leading thinkers like Galileo and Hobbes....
Format: Paperback - Released: 16/04/2015
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