International number one bestseller Mitch Albom's first work of non-fiction in ten years - his most personal story to date.
Although Finding Chika makes for heart-wrenching reading, it is also a tale of resilience and decency – and the memorable cheerfulness of a dying child. “What we carry defines who we are and the effort we make is our legacy,” says Albom.
The Pulse Glass
"an excellent suite of essays on transience and remembrance..."
— The Observer
4.17 out of 5
A Radical Romance
" A Radical Romance is an admirable tribute to a man, a period of rapid change in London, and an unusual marriage..."
3.4 out of 5
William J. Mann
"This zigzag opus is hard to follow...."
— The Sunday Telegraph
3.56 out of 5
So Brightly at the Last
"supplies us with an array of surprising and often moving details..."
— The Sunday Times
Somewhere Becoming Rain: Collected Writi...
"His best criticism comes in brief, piercing flashes. ..."
Attlee and Churchill
Leo McKinstry (Author)
"We are reminded too that certain features of British politics are less new-fangled than they may appear...."
— New Statesman
4.83 out of 5
"a potent antidote to the winter blues..."
— Irish Times
"should do a great deal to remind us how complex the pleasures we take in literary expression can be..."
— The Spectator
4.25 out of 5
The Beautiful Ones
"if we are only to have fragments, then these are the very best ones to have..."
The Fighting Jew
"I was interested in the book. Would I recommend it? It’s a points decision, not a knock-out...."
James Baldwin: Living in Fire
Bill V. Mullen
"A brisk account of the African American writer’s insights on race, class and sexuality, which are more relevant than ever..."
— The Guardian
Lady in Waiting
"The candid life story of Princess Margaret’s aide, which has proved a publishing hit, provides insights into the aristocratic system and the real life behind The Crown..."
4 out of 5
"This is not an easy book to read, but it is a necessary one..."
2.78 out of 5
Onno Blom, Beverley Jackson
"It is a book that sets itself a conundrum: “How did Rembrandt become Rembrandt?”..."
— The Times
Margaret Thatcher: Herself Alone Vol III
"It’s impossible not to be impressed by the scale of the task Moore undertook ..."
— Times Literary Supplement
4.4 out of 5
The Killing in the Consulate
"rich with telling detail and narrated with unobtrusive skill..."
— Financial Times
"It feels like an object lesson in how not to oppose President Trump..."
"The man who dragged The Times out of the gutter and hauled it on to its pedestal as the newspaper of record ..."
Twas The Nightshift Before Christmas
"funny, disgusting and moving tales with a festive twist – and a show of support for overworked NHS staff..."
3.48 out of 5
I You We Them
"This complex and exceptional book explores the legacy of the “desk killer”...."
The Man in the Red Coat
"gently rambling, lightly polemical non-fiction..."
4.06 out of 5
Yours, for Probably Always
"Curated with valuable context by Janet Somerville, a literature teacher in Toronto, it’s her own love letter of sorts to a woman she calls “a wonder”...."
Letters from Tove
Tove Jansson, Boel Westin, Helen Svensson, Sarah Death
"full of ... casual brilliance and beauty..."
Time Lived, Without Its Flow
"A grieving mother’s account of life after her son’s death is exquisitely expressed..."
Fuck Yeah, Video Games
"Now and again a joke lands – but these jokes are saturation-bombed in the manner of a boss-fight in Ikaruga...."
— The Daily Telegraph
Who Loses, Who Wins: The Journals of Ken...
"The world Rose’s journals describe is rarefied. ..."
— Literary Review
2.83 out of 5
The Letters of Cole Porter
Cole Porter, Cliff Eisen, Dominic McHugh
"offers disappointingly few glimpses of the gaiety and charm so abundantly evident in the songs..."
2.6 out of 5
Funny Ha Ha
"this compilation of his favourite funny stories offers material both hilarious and unusual..."
3.29 out of 5
Hitler: A Life
Peter Longerich (Former Professor of Modern German History, Royal Holloway, University of London)
"Longerich’s imposing volume (first published in German in 2015) is the third but perhaps not final step in a prodigious project in the prosopography of Nazi power. ..."
2.75 out of 5
"This devastatingly scrupulous account of Jack the Ripper’s victims exposes the misogyny at the heart of the myth..."
4.22 out of 5
"Paul’s style is passionate, direct and at times almost childlike..."
3.82 out of 5
Crime in Progress
Glenn Simpson, Peter Fritsch
"A weary, regretful deja vu pervades Crime in Progress..."
Philippe Lancon, Steven Rendall
"Disturbance is a compelling and moving book..."
The Life & Loves of E Nesbit
"Fitzsimons paints a vivid picture of Nesbit..."
3.5 out of 5
Leif Garrett, Chris Epting
"The book is packed with offbeat, startling anecdotes...."
— The Independent
Think, Write, Speak
Vladimir Nabokov, Brian Boyd, Anastasia Tolstoy
"In his interviews Nabokov offers clear-headed evaluation of his own work. ..."
"Wade’s research is impressive..."