Brown’s theories . . . will draw readers in and have them considering what steps they would dare to take if shame and fear were not present.
Engaging "anti-self-help" book . . . It's a simple idea, but an exhilarating and satisfying one.
...by the pleasures provided by this pacy, readable and entertaining manifesto for a zoobiquitous approach to health and wellbeing, to be welcomed by vets and other human animals.
Ambitious and thoughtful work, successfully fusing the personal and social by raising complex questions about drugs, addiction and contested cultural narratives.
A fairly straightforward, rueful memoir in which the author achieves frank self-acceptance.
The Sakyong artfully takes concepts from running and uses them to explain meditation.
His book, so candid about his own jitters, just might be a calmative for other sufferers.
It's a fearless story, told in honest prose that is wildly lyrical as often as it is dirtily physical.
Though canine assistance and the Iraq war are both major characters, this is a valuable first-person glimpse into how someone with PTSD thinks.
For me, quality wins. After reading Clay Christensen’s new book, How Will You Measure Your Life?, I’m relieved to know that’s spot-on.
If you are really serious about creating wealth for yourself then Think and Grow Rich is mandatory reading.
This fearless home cook’s humorous anecdotes and delectable photos make for a food blog–gone–book that translates beautifully into any kitchen.
An experienced reporter, Ms. Spencer-Wendel has a fine eye for detail, which she uses to extraordinary effect.
All Quiet on the Western Front is one of those rare novels that hypnotically pulls you into the scenes and then forces you to face and to question what you have just seen.
Ruiz is refreshingly clear in the presentation of his ideas.
Vaynerchuk’s book is inspiring and contains good suggestions, but don’t demand too much of the writing.
It's a bizarre and absorbing story, told brilliantly by one of the great storytellers of our time.
What holds the reader in the end is the elegance and precision of Caldwell's prose, her stiletto-like way with words.
A moving, beautifully written chronicle of true love and a clarion call for health-care reform.
Mr. Warrick, a Pulitzer Prize-winning national security reporter for The Washington Post, adds a wealth of new detail to a narrative that reads like the best spy fiction...What follows is Mr. Warrick’s compelling tale of the clash between high expectations and deceit.