The beloved Good Morning America anchor shares the incredible journey that's been her life so far and the lessons she learned along the way as she battled breast cancer and a rare blood disorder and dealt with the death of her mother. 300,000 first printing.
Over 10 years, Ron Capps served as a U.S. Army officer and a State Department Foreign Service officer in some of the world's deadliest places, witnessing war crimes, ethnic cleansing and genocide. Experiencing those horrors led to post-traumatic stress disorder and the disintegration of his State Department and Army careers, as well as his 25-year marriage
Documents the life of France's first popularly elected socialist president, covering such topics as the Observatory affair, his decision to join Petain's Vichy government, and his influence on French social and political dynamics.
The best-selling author of Zone One describes his uproarious participation in the World Series of Poker after only six weeks of training, recounting how he interacted with a gritty subculture of high-stakes players while endeavoring to maintain his parenting responsibilities.
The first volume of a series detailing the life and work of the influential political advocate draws on private papers and other untapped sources to cover his birth in 1869 through his upbringing in Gujarat, discussing his London education and decades asa lawyer in South Africa.
Chronicles the author and her family's twelve-month no-sugar experiment and the positive results it yielded, shedding new light on oft-followed nutritional advice while offering tips on shopping for items with less and no added sugar.
Part memoir, part spiritual inquiry, an atheist and rationalist, after coming across the journal she kept during her adolescence, sets out to answer her younger self's uninhibited musings on questions of spirituality, science and morality.
Beginning with her experience as a medical actor who was paid to act out symptoms for medical students to diagnose, The Empathy Exams asks essential questions about our basic understanding of others.
George Prochnik documents the tragic story of intellectual, humanitarian and best-selling author Stefan Zweig, tracing his rapid downfall after the rise of the Nazis and the years of exile that culminated in his 1942 suicide.