Non Fiction

Unbroken

It is a best seller based on the real-life testimony of Olympic runner and U.S. Air Force bombardier Louie Zamperini. A World War II story of survival, courage and resistance. In June 1943, 26-year-old...

The World on Fire

In this brilliant narrative, Amanda Foreman tells the fascinating story of the American Civil War--and the major role played by Britain and its citizens in that epic struggle. Between 1861 and 1865,...

The everlasting man

In “The Everlasting Man”, one of G.K. Chesterton's masterpieces, the author examines the nature of man and the figure of Christ. In the first part, Chesterton studies man as a simple animal, arguing that it...

Mother Teresa

There are dozens of biographies of Mother Teresa of Calcutta, however this one is special because of the sources used by the author, an Indian civil servant who managed to be a close friend and collaborator...

Troubled

"Troubled" is a brief memoir of a young 30-ish American who grew up in the most unfavourable of circumstances but went on to earn a BS in psychology at Yale University and a PhD at the University of...

From Christendom to Apostolic Mission

In this short book the author points out that the situation which he terms “Christendom”, for all the apparent health of its Church institutions as well as other positive indicators such as a high level of...

Infocracy

Byung-Chul Han is arguably the most widely read philosopher today. The subtitle of this book is very significant: "Digitalization and the Crisis of Democracy". Digitalization advances inexorably. We are...

The five love languages

In this book, by therapist and evangelical pastor Gary Chapman, you can find some keys to improve the relationship between spouses.

It goes beyond the purely material sphere (gifts, etc.). The book...