A meteor enters Earth's orbit, one that is infinite on the inside. With the use of teleporters, scientists discover what happened to the civilization the stone came from — and what might happen to our own. First book in a fantastic trilogy!
One of the best sci-fi books ever written! Stands up to the passage of time.
The internet and corporations that run off it aren't evil, but they definitely aren't the moral businesses they started out as. Foroohar follows the history of how big tech companies strayed from their original goals to do good. Fascinating read!
Larson has done it again — recreating dark days in history with riveting detail. Using diaries and intelligence reports, he paints a picture of the United Kingdom during the Blitz, reliving the horrors and the rise of Churchill to end it all. A must read for history fans!
The first female pharoah of Egypt, and perhaps their most successful ruler. Talks of the challenges of authority and femininity, looking into how Hatshepsut rose to power only to be forgotten by the general public.
The first novel in the bestseller series, The Witcher, Geralt of Rivia must make difficult decisions to save the world that thinks him a monster. Filled with grey morality, complex characters, and all likes of fantasy creatures, Sapokowski's work is well-known for a reason — he is one of the most talented fiction writers out there.
A fun mash-up along the lines of "What would happened if The Avengers met The Walking Dead?" An entertaining beginning to the series.
The story of the woman whose cells gave us the polio vaccine and gene mapping. Follows both the life of Henrietta and her family, who struggle to understand the legacy of the woman who was all but erased from the public records.