New York Times Bestseller * USA Today Bestseller * Los Angeles Times Bestseller * Publishers Weekly Bestseller
The instant New York Times bestseller from the author of Reviving Ophelia--a guide to wisdom, authenticity, and bliss for women as they age--now with a new foreword by the author.
How can you maximize success—and limit failure? Wall Street Journal reporter Ben Cohen brilliantly investigates the mystery and science of streaks.
"A feast for anyone interested in the secrets of excellence." —Andre Agassi
'An inspirational call to arms' DAILY MAIL
'This book is so sensible, so substantially researched, so briskly written, so clear in its arguments, that one wishes Baroness Cavendish was still whispering into the prime ministerial ear' THE TIMES
An inspiring memoir of life, love, loss, and new beginnings by the widower of bestselling children’s author and filmmaker Amy Krouse Rosenthal, whose last of act of love before her death was setting the stage for her husband’s life without her in a column in the New York Times.
On March 3, 2017, Amy Krouse Rosenthal penned an op-ed piece for the
The first book to validate the meaningful dreams and visions that bring comfort as death nears.
“A profound exploration of what it means for all of us to live—and to die—with dignity and purpose.” —People
“Visceral and lyrical.” —The Atlantic
INSTANT TOP 10 BESTSELLER *New York Times *USAToday *Washington Post *LA Times
"Debunks the idea that aging inevitably brings infirmity and unhappiness and instead offers a trove of practical, evidence-based guidance for living longer and better."
—Daniel H. Pink, author of When and Drive
When was the last time you listened to someone, or someone really listened to you?
The New York Times bestseller from the author of Chasing the Scream, offering a radical new way of thinking about depression and anxiety.
A linguist’s entertaining and highly informed guide to what languages are and how they function.
Think you know language? Think again.
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“Few books on the biological and cultural origin of humanity can be ranked as classics. I believe [this] will be one of them.” — Edward O. Wilson
A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER
From a renowned behavioral neuroscientist and recovering addict, a rare page-turning work of science that draws on personal insights to reveal how drugs work, the dangerous hold they can take on the brain, and the surprising way to combat today's epidemic of addiction.