The Myth of Artificial Intelligence

Why Computers Can’t Think the Way We Do

By Erik J. Larson
Category : Non Fiction / Science
Type : Hard Cover
Pages : 320

Futurists insist that AI will soon eclipse the capacities of the most gifted human mind. What hope do we have against superintelligent machines? But we aren’t really on the path to developing intelligent machines. In fact, we don’t even know where that path might be.


The Global Merchants

The Enterprise and Extravagance of the Sassoon Dynasty

By Joseph Sassoon
Category : Non Fiction / History
Type : Hard Cover
Pages : 448

The Global Merchants is thus at once an intimate portrait of a single family and a panorama of the hundred and thirty years of their prominence: from the Opium Wars and opening of China to the American Civil War, the establishment of the British Raj to India's independence.


The Neil Gaiman Reader

By Neil Gaiman
Category : Fiction / Fantasy
Type : Hard Cover
Pages : 752

Curated within this book are nearly fifty of Gaiman's short stories and novellas, interposed with excerpts from his five novels for adults - Neverwhere, Stardust, American Gods, Anansi Boys and The Ocean at the End of the Lane.


The Frozen River

Seeking Silence in the Himalaya

By James Crowden
Category : Non Fiction / Travel Writing
Type : Hard Cover
Pages : 352

In lyrical prose, James captures a crucial moment in time for this Himalayan community. A moment in which their Buddhist practices and traditions are in flux, and the economic pull of a world beyond their valley is increasingly difficult to ignore.


The Story Of Silence

By Alex Myers
Category : Fiction / Queer
Type : Hard Cover
Pages : 752

A knightly fairy tale of royalty and dragons, of midwives with secrets and dashing strangers in dark inns. Taking the original French legend as his starting point, The Story of Silence is a rich, multilayered new story for today’s world – sure to delight fans of Uprooted and The Bear and the Nightingale.