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The Secret World of Oil at werd.com
The Secret World of Oil

While planet earth continues to shrivel up and melt, stripped of all its resources, the fat clowns in the oil industry have tripled their profits. This book invites us into their hidden world of cash, corruption and consumption. Investigative journalism but also stuff you might actually bother to read: stories of rich, corrupt playboys addicted to luxury extravagance. Stuff like that.

BUY IT   $16.41 Also posted in Media

The Good Spy: The Life and Death of Robert Ames at werd.com
The Good Spy: The Life and Death of Robert Ames

Robert Ames was a CIA operative; a highly connected spy working in the Middle East during the days of the Beirut hostage crisis & Arafat’s PLO. Ames was killed when a bomb exploded at the American Embassy in 1983. That bombing marked the beginning of Hezbollah as we know it today. Pulitzer-prize winning biographer Kai Bird tells the story.

BUY IT   $19.26 Also posted in Media

Neil Armstrong: A Life of Flight at werd.com
Neil Armstrong: A Life of Flight

We’ve got no heroes now. That’s why we’re still reading about the life of late, great astronaut and American icon Neil Armstrong. This new book is based on 50 years of conversations between Armstrong and the author, candidly covering everything from his time in the wars, to space walks to his lifelong love of flight.

BUY IT   $17.70 Also posted in Media

Forgotten Sundays at werd.com
Forgotten Sundays

This Gerry Sandusky is not the Penn State pedo. His book would never be featured here. This unfortunately-named Gerry Sandusky is the Emmy-award winning sports commentator & son of former NFL coach John Sandusky. On the side, he’s a self-help dude. Read his book if you need some guidance in fulfilling your dreams.

BUY IT   $18.81 Also posted in Media

The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey at werd.com
The Making of Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey

Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey revolutionized sci-fi and the art of cinema. 50 years after its release, this new 4-volume work from Taschen includes hundreds of behind-the-scenes photos, concept artworks, movie-related documents, creator commentary, and heaps more.

BUY IT   $750 Also posted in Media

An American Odyssey at werd.com
An American Odyssey

An American Odyssey20 years before the first color film, a process called photolithography gave America its first glimpse of color photographs. This new book from Taschen features hundreds of early photochroms and Phostint postcard images produced in color by the Detroit Photographic Company between 1888 and 1924. From landscapes & cityscapes to incredible portraits of American life, it takes you through the past in vivid colors.

BUY IT   $143.86 Also posted in Media

Poems That Make Grown Men Cry at werd.com
Poems That Make Grown Men Cry

Poetry is not popular but inspiration is more than just a marketing objective. It has a real source. For guys like Nick Cave, J. J. Abrams, Stanley Tucci, Jeremy Irons, and 96 other literate dudes, poetry has been that source. In this collection, they share some of their favorite works & thoughts on the writing that inspires them.

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Enduring Courage: Ace Pilot Eddie Rickenbacker and the Dawn of the Age of Speed at werd.com
Enduring Courage: Ace Pilot Eddie Rickenbacker and the Dawn of the Age of Speed

World War I flying ace Eddie Rickenbacker was America’s first speed addict. He was a daring pilot, squadron leader, decorated aerial dualist, a pioneer of American auto racing, and founder of Eastern Airlines. During World War II he went back into battle and ended up adrift in the Pacific with 7 of his men for three weeks without food or water. And he survived. True story.

BUY IT   $19.17 Also posted in Media

Andre the Giant: Life and Legend at werd.com
Andre the Giant: Life and Legend

We know he was a big dude and thanks to Shepard Fairey we know he had a posse. But what else do we really know about the world’s most famous TV wrestler Andre “the Giant” Rousimoff? Biographer & cartoonist Box Brown tells the whole story on Andre in this new graphic novel.

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James Gandolfini: The Real Life of the Man Who Made Tony Soprano at werd.com
James Gandolfini: The Real Life of the Man Who Made Tony Soprano

The late James Gandolfini may have perfectly played the heartless mobster role as Tony Soprano but he was a beautiful and complex man. This new biography shares insights on his career as well as his inspiring personal story.

BUY IT   $18.29 Also posted in Media
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