Books

Listed below Newest to Oldest:

I Kill Giants creates a magnificent tale about loss and coping through fantasy and realism.You can find Joe Kelly's Twitter here and Ken Niimura's blog here.

This is an intriguing book if you want to see a new take on the nature of economic growth through the lens of an antidisciplinarian. You can check out César Hidalgo's author's page here.

Vampirella (2011) is a great reboot of the sexy vampiress in action as she tries to save the world from destruction and defend humanity from the unholy onslaught that goes bump in the night. You can check out the author, Eric Tautmann’s, page here.

You Are a Badass is an amazing self-help book for beginners and veterans alike. With a light tone and profound insights, this is a book for anyone who wants to take the next step into improving one's life. Author's Page: jensincero.com

This still is a Zen Master tale and there surely are some gripping moments; however, what stands out more is that in this biography the Zen Master is absolutely human. It is stunning, actually, just how human he is portrayed. Learn more about the author here.

This book gives great insight into the current sociological trends of today while looking through an empirical lens. Highly recommended if you are looking for some insight on the class issues of today. You can find the author's page here.

This is a great book if you want to get a deeper insight regarding how religions reflect cultural trends. Author's website: stephenprothero.com

 Blood and Sand: Suez, Hungary, and Eisenhower’s Campaign for Peace is an amazing book, and we cannot recommend it enough.  Alex von Tunzelmann is a gifted writer, and the book reads like a spy thriller.  Yet, she has a direct source to back everything she says up.  We loved it, and we got a bit more insight as to how we got into this mess regarding the Middle East. You can check out the author's website here.