By weaving together tortured love affairs, political intrigue, power struggles, and social upheavals, the book offers a powerful and vivid tableau of the crisis of the Ottoman Empire in the early 20th century.
Detectives Carrigan and Miller are drawn into a terrifying new world of cyberstalking – where the threat of online intimidation, hacking, and control is ever-present, and disturbing contemporary themes and dark psychology are explored with Stav Sherez’s customary skill.
In The Night in Gethsemane, Massimo Recalcati, one of Italy’s most highly regarded psychoanalysts, traces the relationship between biblical text and psychoanalytical theory, revealing human life in all its fragility and its agony.
All God’s Children is a historical epic that spans thirty years in the lives of three people who are trying to capture the American ideal of freedom on the new Western frontier, in a struggle that still resonates today.
In this gripping third volume of the Christelle Dabos’s best-selling saga, Ophelia, the mirror-traveling heroine, finds herself in the magical city of Babel guarding a secret that may provide a key both to the past and the future.