Books about visionary executives and harrowing tales of survival in the wilderness are typically not much fun. But a book about comedy—you might actually make it to chapter 2. The Comedians is a history of American comedy, chronicling the key characters, forgotten stars, and the evolution of the craft over the past 100 years.
Free solo climbing is rock climbing with no ropes, no partner, & absolutely nothing to save you from the 1 wrong move that could send you to your death. You might think people who do this are crazy adrenaline junkie deathwishers. Read this book about the world’s most accomplished free soloist Alex Honnold, and your mind will be changed.
’Merica boasts the largest prison population on the planet. That’s quite an achievement but not nearly as impressive as finding more than 65 ways to prepare Ramen noodles in a jail cell. But this book is more than just recipes you’ll never make, it’s full of stories about life and prison and prison-life from the cell-block chefs themselves. Foreward by Samuel L. Jackson.
The limited edition, 13-Disc Marvel Cinematic Universe: Phase Two Collection includes Iron Man 3, Thor: The Dark World, Captain America: The Winter Soldier, Guardians of the Galaxy, Avengers: Age of Ultron, and Ant-Man, all in Blu-ray 3D. Digital Copies of each are also included.
Actor, comedian and Saturday Night Live alumni David Spade is a small man with a big story. In this new memoir, he talks about the long & twisting road from obscurity to the top and all the super hot chicks that came with the fame.
Among today’s Tebows & Tom Bradys, it’s pretty obvious that football’s golden age has long since come & gone. One of the key figures from that bygone era is Joe Montana. Throughout his career, the 4-time Superbowl winning quarterback & 4th quarter comeback kid constantly redefined what it meant to be at the top of the game. In this new biography by Keith Dunnavant, his tale is told.
American Pain was a Florida drug-dealing ring that used ex-cons & off-duty strippers in an elaborate fake clinic that peddled Oxycodone to addicts posing as “patients.” This book chronicles the rise and fall of this infamous & obscenely profitable pill mill, and how it helped tip the nation into its current opioid crisis, the deadliest drug epidemic in American history.