An illustrated coffee table book about coffee, breaking down our favourite brew from the bean to the drink and everything in between.
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The eighth Doctor and his companions have to save the universe itself when a renegade Time Lord and others attempt to wipe out history and the future itself.
A clear, concise coffee table book that explains the history and differences of beers, how to make your own home brew, and who the top 5 breweries are in the world.
An essay on industrial capitalism arguing for a recognition that, for all the personal benefits it may bring, it does so at the cost that can’t be sustained.
An original Dr Who adventure featuring the original characters who are dropped into the middle of a war when the TARDIS lands on a still and eerie spaceship.
An indispensable guide to being a man in the modern world, from fashion to first dates, grooming to job interviews, and cocktails to changing a tyre.
An inspurrational Meownagement Guide on how to develop a workplace of choice for both human and feline staff, from productivity issues to cat naps.
A policewoman who has turned to alcohol to deal with her past, finds healing and romance in the arms of the woman caring for her sick sister.
A self-help resource outlining how to better cope with the impact and ramifications of being bullied and how to avoid being the target of bullying.
We’ve had our noses buried deep inside the pages of Kasey Wilson’s new book, learning about how our hormones can affect our everyday life… beyond the little things like, you know, crying over puppy videos on the Internet.
When a nanny cam captures Maya Burkett’s dead husband playing with their child, she’s thrown into a darkening world of despair and conspiracies, but is it real?
An English family on holiday in Pakistan find adventure and cultural understanding in this exciting educational kid’s reader that teaches about other cultures.
An award-winning collection of 16 short stories. Although billed as horror, the author writes in a wide range of voices, finding just the right one for each story.
One of the most comprehensive and lavish books on the history of motion pictures, from the silent era through to the end of the 1990s.
When her father is blamed for the accidental death of two teenagers, 16yo Clancy’s life becomes more isolated as she struggles to find her place in the world.
A hardcover reference of more than 700 pages for gardeners, cooks, crafts persons & those who understand the benefits of natural remedies in today’s busy world.
A collection of personal anecdotes from the frenetic mind of Shane Dawson, from hare-brained antics to deeply personal issues, but all with the same brand of humour.
Paul Morley is an aficionado of British Contemporary music, putting together this detailed history of legendary David Bowie, who passed away earlier this year.
A beautiful recipe book that has recipes for every occasion with almost only 5 ingredients per recipe. The recipes suit cooks of a wide range of skills.