Labatut weaves memoir and imagination into this gripping collection of creative historical science (non?)fiction. For STEM-inclined humanities people and anyone who has found themself awed by mystery of the natural world.
A touching exploration of human connection -- connection across the universe, across the border between life and death, and across the unbridgeable gaps between us, nature, and each other.
By turns hilarious and deeply affecting, No One is Talking About This deserves its Booker shortlist accolades and more. For the Very Online and those who love them.
A beautiful collection of peaceful, refreshing tanka poetry by an acclaimed local author. I'd recommend Moore's work for anyone from North Carolina.
A tour de force exploration of the basic building blocks of our universe, for humanistic STEM types and anyone who has ever wondered about the world around them.
In one of the most mind-expanding books I read this year, Spira presents the nondual philosophy of Advaita Vedanta accessibly and convincingly. Recommended for the anxious, the curious, the spiritual, and the open-minded.
A truly off-the-walls, fantastically baroque mystery set in the ultimate liminal space. Once you've read Piranesi, you will never truly leave its magnificent Halls. Recommended for everyone.