GANDHI by Ramachandra Guha
Released: Oct. 2, 2018

"Superb. On nearly every page, Guha offers evidence why Gandhi remains relevant in the world 70 years after his death."
Following Gandhi Before India (2014), noted political historian Guha continues with a massive and much-needed study of his subject's emergence as a world leader. Read full book review >
21 LESSONS FOR THE 21ST CENTURY by Yuval Noah Harari
Released: Sept. 4, 2018

"Harari delivers yet another tour de force."
A highly instructive exploration of "current affairs and…the immediate future of human societies." Read full book review >

Released: Aug. 21, 2018

"Exemplary travel writing: inspiring, moving, heartfelt, and often breathtaking."
A debut travelogue chronicling a modern explorer's bicycle ride along the ancient Silk Road, a journey that beautifully reveals much about the history and nature of exploration itself. Read full book review >
VIETNAM by Max Hastings
Released: Oct. 16, 2018

"A definitive history, gripping from start to finish but relentlessly disturbing."
The prolific, prizewinning military historian turns his attention to the Vietnam War. Read full book review >
REPORTER by Seymour Hersh
Released: June 6, 2018

"Rarely has a journalist's memoir come together so well, with admirable measures of self-deprecation, transparent pride, readable prose style, and honesty."
One of the most skilled investigative journalists in American history shares his saga in compelling detail. Read full book review >

PATRIOT NUMBER ONE by Lauren Hilgers
Released: March 20, 2018

"This excellent book makes a powerful argument for why the U.S. should always remain a place of sanctuary, benefiting immensely from those who arrive from other shores."
Affecting portrait of a Chinese dissident who found a home among like-minded democrats in faraway New York. Read full book review >
CALL ME AMERICAN by Abdi Nor Iftin
Released: June 19, 2018

"A searing memoir filled with horrors that impressively remains upbeat, highly inspiring, and always educational."
Born to extreme poverty in 1985 in war-torn Somalia, Iftin chronicles the extraordinary obstacles he overcame to obtain residency in the United States. Read full book review >
DE GAULLE by Julian Jackson
Released: Aug. 1, 2018

"A long but excellent, highly useful addition to the library of modern European history as well as the political history of World War II and the Cold War."
Nearly 50 years after his death comes this exhaustive biography and reassessment of Charles de Gaulle's political career. Read full book review >