11 books on the list
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Kicking the Doors Down
How To Win At Football And Life
One of the most important figures in Arsenal history has written a brilliant autobiography. We’ve never been the same since David Dein was shamefully driven out of the club. Great football man, and an even better guy. Highly recommend this book to anyone who loves Arsenal. – source
Also recommended byNihal Arthanayake
The Thief, His Wife and The Canoe
The unbelievably true story behind the ITV drama
How did the most ordinary of couples pull off one of the most outrageous frauds of modern times? And why did they carry on with the lie for so long?Drowning in debt and facing almost certain bankruptcy, John Darwin did the unthinkable - he paddled out to sea in his red canoe and disappeared. After a massive search and rescue operation failed to fin...
Fantastic book by one of my former Daily Mirror lieutenants David Leigh about a truly incredible story. Highly recommend. 👇👇 – source
Why It Matters
Towards the end of the twentieth century, those who advocated what became known as 'Political Correctness' rightly identified the ways in which marginalised groups were often disparaged in everyday speech. Casual expressions of homophobia, racism and sexism went from being commonplace to being rejected by the vast majority of the public over the co...
This is a fantastically timely book written by one of the smartest thinkers in Britain, @andrewdoyle_com. Loved it. 👇👇 – source
Also recommended byRichard Dawkins
Duty of Care
One NHS Doctor’s Story of Courage and Compassion on the COVID-19 Frontline
Highly recommend this book, and all for a great cause. 👇👇 – source
Dennis Gwynne arrived by boat in 1942 to join his two brothers already serving in India. He was twenty-two years old. Dear Mum & Dad is a collection of letters home from Lieutenant Colonel Dennis Gwynne between 1941 and 1945. He saw active service in the jungles of Burma (modern day Myanmar) with the Gurkhas and won the Military Cross, before b...
Just finished this fascinating and really moving book of letters from a young WW2 hero to his parents. Highly recommend. Order here: @Menschpublishi1 – source
My First Little Book of Intersectional Activism
Radical slam poet and queen of social justice Titania McGrath has turned her talents to the realm of children's non-fiction. Aimed at activists from the age of six months to six years, Titania's book will help cultivate a new woke generation, following in the footsteps of Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls, C Is For Consent and The Little Girl Who ...
Just read this fabulously smart & entertaining new book by the brilliant @TitaniaMcGrath (aka Andrew Doyle). If virtue-signalling wokery drives you as nuts as it drives me, you will love it. Buy here: – source
Lost Without You
Loving and Losing Tanya
This is a wonderful book. Incredibly moving, sad, inspiring & courageous. – source
The Only Plane in the Sky
An Oral History of 9/11
Astonishing book about an astonishing, terrifying atrocity, relived in real time by those who were there. I read it in one sitting & was utterly gripped from start to finish. @vermontgmg @Octopus_Books @JakeLingwood #OnlyPlaneInTheSky – source
Also recommended byAnderson CooperJoe WalshScott DetrowAndrew Feinberg
David Yarrow Photography
Americas Africa Antarctica Arctic Asia Europe
The must-have photography monograph of the year, this lavish oversized volume celebrates David Yarrow's unparalleled wildlife imagery.For more than two decades, legendary British photographer David Yarrow has been putting himself in harm's way to capture immersive and evocative photography of the world's most revered and endangered species. With hi...
Fabulous (and gigantic!) new book by @David_Yarrow - the world’s No1 wildlife photographer. So many incredible photos by a master of his craft. Great guy, too. 👍👏👏 – source
An Evil Cradling by Brian Keenan
On #WorldBookDay, here's my favourite book. Read this & you'll never moan about your life again, nor lose the spirit to fight adversity. – source