Described with a mixture of architectural interest, topographical insight and personal anecdote, these are 12 world cities which have been either intertwined with Roy Jenkins' life or otherwise aroused his particular interest.
A sweeping narrative of the greatest craftsman that ever lived and what became of the insturments he made. This is the remarkable tale of Antonio Stradivari, the greatest instrument maker of all time, and what happened to the violins he created.
Diana Ross was raised in the Detroit projects and, through hard work and determination, scaled the heights of superstardom. Drawing on hundreds of interviews, this work paints a picture of Diana as a Civil Rights trailblazer, a temperamental celebrity, a consummate entertainer, and a loving mother.
Entertaining and brilliantly written, this is a pretty reckless romp of a history through classical music and much much more.
This work provides a 12-week course that guides the reader through the process of recovering their creative self. It aims to dispel the "I'm not talented enough" conditioning that tends to hamper the creativity of many people.
A biography of Madonna based on the interviews with people, including close friends, business associates and family members. It aims to bring Madonna to life as a tabloid delight, and as a flesh-and-blood woman with human foibles and weaknesses, as well as great strengths and ambitions.
Buildings are driven by human emotions and desires: hope, power, money, sex, and the idea of home.
A pocket-sized anti-stress colouring book