Setting out on a series of journeys to track the renegade rubber ducks, Moby-Duck is an adventure into the heart of the sea through science, myth, the global economy and some of the worst weather imaginable.
Features more than 150 unexpected Olympic trivia lists, including the eight slowest Olympic competitors, the 12 strangest sports ever contested and the six most spectacular collisions and falls. Original.
A book offering complete coverage of the Olympic Games includes anecdotes and statistics for every Olympics in the modern era, as well as full descriptions of the rules and scoring for every event in the 2012 Games. Original.
The Story of England's Biggest Low-Cost Airline. The first book about this phenomenally successful budget airline. Aurum has already had huge success with its 2004 book on Ryanair.
Other crime writers may come and go, but Agatha Christie maintains her enduring appeal, and for her millions of fans this book is the next best thing to a new Christie novel.
Off the Map shows the modern world from surprising new vantage points that will inspire urban explorers, and armchair travellers alike to consider a new way of understanding the world we live in.
Using the heartwrenching story of Jumbo's celebrity life, tragic death in Canada in 1885,and his enduring cultural legacy, John Sutherland writes the first comprehensive 'biography' of the animal who gave us one of our favourite words.
In the first attempt to tell the full story of Banksy's life and career, Will Ellsworth-Jones pieces together a picture of his world and unpicks its contradictions.
In an incisive and pithy review of recent history, Flynt demonstrates that the triumph of Bush Junior is the direct result of a thirty-year battle by the reactionary Right to control American hearts and minds.