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    Conversations with Myself

    R149,00 R290,00
    Nelson Mandela's book Conversations With Myself is an unprecedented and official portrait of one of the great leaders of our time, with a foreword by President Barack Obama

    East West Street: On the Origins of Genocide and Crimes Against Humanity

    R179,00 R415,00
    A uniquely personal exploration of the origins of international law, centring on the Nuremberg Trials, the city of Lviv and a secret family history

    Battlefields of gold

    R39,00 R250,00
    This is the story of 25 tumultuous years in the life of Gold fields, one of the world's great mining companies. If it is true that 'Big business' is the last adventure frontier, then mining for gold has to be the most adventurous, dangerous and unpredictable business pursuit of them all.

    'n Vurk in die pad

    R59,00
    Hierdie memoir is, soos Andre Brink dit self stel, 'n reaksie op "'n behoefte à om nader te kyk na party gebeurtenisse in my lewe wat ek nog nie genoegsaam ondersoek het nie; baie dinge wat ek nog nie verstaan nie; baie wat my seergemaak of verras of vreugde veroorsaak hetà"

    The Last Girl: My Story of Captivity and My Fight Against the Islamic State

    R129,00
    `Telling my story of first, surviving genocide and then, as a captive of ISIS is not easy, but people must know.' The remarkable and courageous story of Nadia Murad, a twenty-three-year-old Yazidi woman who is working with Amal Clooney to challenge the world to fight ISIS on behalf on her people.

    The Way I See it: Rants, Revelations and Rules for Life

    R30,00 R431,66
    Alan Sugar is back, and this time he's taking on the world in this entertaining, opinionated and funny new book.

    Yes, My Accent is Real: A Memoir

    R79,00 R435,55
    A collection of humorous, autobiographical essays from Kunal Nayyar, the actor who plays Raj on CBS' #1 comedy, The Big Bang Theory

    Penguin Bloom: The Odd Little Bird Who Saved a Family

    R267,00 R305,00
    The No.1 International Bestseller - a life-affirming true story, accompanied by beautiful photographs, of how a magpie chick helped one family overcome tragedy

    You Will Not Have My Hate

    R188,00 R215,00
    What matters most in life? How do you build a happy life when terrible things happen? One night last winter, Antoine Leiris was at home looking after his son while his wife, Helene, was at a concert with friends. Suddenly he started receiving text messages asking if he was ok.

    Lust & Wonder

    R506,00 R595,00
    ln chronicling the development and demise of the different relationships he's had while living in New York, Augusten Burroughs examines what it means to be in love, what it means to be in lust, and what it means to be figuring it all out.

    Unforgettable

    R446,00 R525,00
    Unforgettable is one man's moving tribute to his mother's colourful life and graceful death, but it is also powerful portrait of the universal bond between mother and child.

    Special Deluxe

    R416,00 R475,00
    A second installment of the iconic musician's memoirs. It includes stories about his six decades in the music business. It focues on one of his life's passions, cars, using the framework of all the cars he's ever owned to construct a narrative of his life and career, exploring and demonstrating how memories are attached to objects.

    The Way We Wore: A Life in Clothes

    R281,00 R330,00
    The inspirational memoir from Britain's oldest supermodel.

    Rabbit: A Memoir

    R319,00 R365,00
    Growing up in a family that had been stuck in the ghetto for generations, it seemed impossible Patricia would ever escape. With a combination of grit, stubbornness, anger and love - and the kindness of others - she fought to break the cycle of poverty for the next generation.

    Rosie: Scenes from a Vanished Life

    R280,00 R320,00
    Rose Tremain grew up in post-war London, a city of grey austerity, still partly in ruins, where both food and affection were fiercely rationed. She and Jo lose their father, their London house, their school, their friends, and -- most agonisingly of all -- their beloved Nanny, Vera, the only adult to have shown them real love and affection.