Greg McKeown’s Essentialism (or, in Japanese, エッセンシャル思考 最少の時間で成果を最大にする) has won the Bookstores’ Choice Award for the 2015 Japanese Business Book Awards!
Timothy Shriver’s Fully Alive: Discovering What Matters Most won a Christopher Award, presented to authors, artists, and directors whose work “affirms the highest values of the human spirit.” View the citation at the Christopher Awards Website.
In this remarkable feat of longform journalism, Ronen Bergman takes us inside Mossad as they handle a spy, groomed for over 20 years, in a high-ranking position of Syrian military leadership—but false intel leads Israel and Syria twice to the brink of war.
An Amazon Editors’ Top Pick for the Best Books of March. Also named were Francine Mathews’s Too Bad To Die in the ‘Thriller’ category and Robert Putnam’s Our Kids in the ‘Business & Leadership’ category.
Francine Mathews’s upcoming novel was Playboy Magazine’s Book of the Month, receiving the prestigious “Four Bunnies” rating.
Clive Crook of Bloomberg: “Didn’t just hold my interest, but quite won me over. I loved it… You can’t fail to be entertained.”
NPR’s Morning Edition featured Eric Liu, discussing his recent book A CHINAMAN’S CHANCE with NPR’s Steve Inskeep.
The Society of Midland Authors names Rick Atkinson’s THE GUNS AT LAST LIGHT the best non-fiction book of 2013.