Multiple award-winning author Philip Pullman's ingenious and challenging new book, The Good Man Jesus and the Scoundrel Christ, is a remarkable piece of fiction that raises many questions. Pullman's acclaimed trilogy, His Dark Materials, was adapted for the National Theatre. David Eagleman's collection of fables, Sum, has already become a cult classic: 'An absolute pearl of a book...Uniquely brilliant' (Stephen Fry). Eagleman, an American neuroscientist, guides the reader through 40 inventive versions of the afterlife, all of which shed a light on our own existence. They discuss the power of elemental stories with author and playwright William Nicholson. (DeadGoodBooks)
Incognito: The Secret Lives of the Brain 1,329 copies, 28 reviews
Sum: Forty Tales from the Afterlives 1,316 copies, 78 reviews
The Brain: The Story of You 380 copies, 14 reviews
Wednesday Is Indigo Blue: Discovering the Brain of Synesthesia 121 copies, 3 reviews
The Runaway Species: How human creativity remakes the world 89 copies, 3 reviews
Why the Net Matters 9 copies
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The Brain (DVD) 1 copy
The innovation manifesto 1 copy
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