Isaac Asimov’s sci-fi classic ponders big ideas as Hari Seldon, mastermind founder of psychohistory, steers civilization through the chaos of a creaking empire.
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Embark on a guided tour of a black hole to learn the genius behind Einstein’s lasting ideas.
Take your pulse. Coates has a powerful message that all of us need to hear.
Perfect for lavatories and coffee tables, Physics in Minutes offers up accessible descriptions of the physical principles which govern the Universe and everything within it.
A review double feature of Gary Paulsen’s survivalist series for young readers.
In this wondrously metaphysical memoir, Jim Holt takes us from Nothingness to Being, and back again.
Arthur C. Clarke’s visionary tale of the distant future shines a light on humanity’s relationship with technology as a guarded society rediscovers its place in the universe.
A master of storytelling delivers a high-strung thriller just compelling enough to dispel disbelief.
A two-shot pulse of comedy and horror, The Drive-In is a goretastic romp through B-movie stardom.
Kevin Roose’s sojourn turned memoir is an honest, transparent, balanced look into a cultural divide that seems more unbridgeable by the year.
Fred Hoyle’s sci-fi debut continues to transport readers to places science cannot yet take us.
A pair of electrifying performances from the film’s leads creates an emotional tour de force and one of the most powerful films to grace the big screen this year.