Sú cesty, z ktorých niet návratu Tridsiatnici Anna a Johan sa ubytujú v malomestskom hoteli, aby si tam užili spoločný víkend ako milenci. Johan kvôli Anne práve opustil svoju manželku a teší sa na vášnivú noc. Anna má však iné úmysly: rozhodla sa ich aféru ukončiť. Rodina je totiž pre ňu dôležitejšia ako jej neustála túžba po šťastí.
Malá kniha kosmologie, sepsaná předním světovým odborníkem na kosmologická pozorování, je dech beroucím pohledem do vesmíru v jeho největších představitelných rozměrech.
'Moving and rich...overflowing with warmth and humanity' The Times In this pioneering work of life-writing and reportage, Anthony DePalma reconstructs the interwoven stories of five ordinary citizens and their families to bring the true story of the Cuban people to the world.
A "highly readable" (Wall Street Journal) account of the role Britain played in Einstein's life-first by inspiring his teenage passion for physics, then by providing refuge from the Nazis "A vivid look at how the U.K. affected the German-born physicist's life and thinking.
Politics has given us some shocking and confounding moments but none have come close to the careening final days of Donald Trump's presidency: the surreal stage management of his re-election campaign, his audacious election challenge, the harrowing mayhem of the storming of the Capitol and the buffoonery of the second impeachment trial.
We are using up the planet at almost double the rate it can regenerate. To support our economies, we're told we must shop now like we've never shopped before. And whilst we can do it more responsibly, the scale of our consumption remains the biggest factor in the ruination of the planet. Yet our reliance on stuff continues to grow. But what would our world look like if we stopped?
The first comprehensive history of seventeenth-century London, told through the lives of those who experienced it "Lively and arresting. . . . [Lincoln] is as confident in handling the royal ceremonials of political transition . . . as she is with London's thriving coffee-house culture, and its turbulent maritime community."-Ian W. Archer, Times Literary Supplement "Vivid and engrossing.
'Provocative, clear-sighted, richly textured and wonderfully readable, this is the indispensable biography of Churchill for the post-Brexit 2020s' DAVID KYNASTON 'Stimulating, erudite and above all entertaining' ROBERT HARRIS In A.J.P. Taylor's words, Churchill was 'the saviour of his country' when he became prime minister in 1940.
An elegant and magisterial new biography of Her Majesty The Queen.'A worthy and balanced overview of the Queen's life. Dennison is especially good on her childhood ... Quietly, tactfully, tastefully reverent' The Times For millions of people, both in Britain and across the world, Elizabeth II is the embodiment of monarchy.