Books

  • Porsche 911 Book: 50th Anniversary Edition

    Porsche 911 Book: 50th Anniversary Edition

    A celebration of half a century of motoring God-ness, the Porsche 911 Book: 50th Anniversary Edition is 300-page tribute to a true icon. There are 250 gorgeous full color photographs courtesy of Rene Staud packaged beautifully as a hardback coffee table book. It covers all the greatest models, from the 901 in 1963 through to the contemporary 991. There aren’t too many words in it, which may please some of you.

     
  • A Journey Through Texas Barbecue

    A Journey Through Texas Barbecue

    Written by highly-respected food blogger, Daniel Vaughn, The Prophets of Smoked Meat: A Journey Through Texas Barbecue is the result of over 10,000 miles worth of trekking through the southern state’s legendary wood-smoking traditions. There’s a host of recipes from cowboy style to barbocoa and all are complimented by mouth-watering photos courtesy of Nicholas McWhirter.

     
  • Top Gear: The Cool 500: The Coolest Cars Ever Made

    Top Gear: The Cool 500: The Coolest Cars Ever Made

    From Karl Benz’s Patent Motorwagen of 1885 through to the Ford Mustang, Porsche Spyder and the futuristic Aston Martin Bulldog, Top Gear: The Cool 500: The Coolest Cars Ever Made boasts snippets, commentry and gorgeous photograhy of, well, the coolest rides of all time. Petrol head? This is your bible.

     
  • Where Chefs Eat: A Guide to Chefs’ Favorite Restaurants

    Where Chefs Eat: A Guide to Chefs’ Favorite Restaurants

    With contributions from leading chefs such as Corey Lee, Ben Shewry and April Bloomfield, Where Chef’s Eat: A Guide to Chef’s Favorite Restaurants boasts an array of not only top quality eateries – from budget to fine-dining – but even maps of how to get there. A travel eating guide with 2,000 recommendations for the major cities throughout the world, it’s the must-have book for jet-setting food-lovers.

     
  • The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force

    The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force

    What the bible is to Christians. The Jedi Path: A Manual for Students of the Force is the ultimate guide in the ways of the light-sabre-wielding knight Masters. With insights from Yoda, Obi-Wan, Luke and Anakin (before he swapped sides, of course), it’s a beautifully packaged book for Star Wars fans young and old. If you truly want the force to be with you, invest in one of these.

     
  • Underwater Dogs

    Underwater Dogs

    Dogs do the funniest things don’t they? Except when they crap on your carpet, that’s never funny. Anyway, Underwater Dogs brings you the funniest of dogs in a way you’ve probably never seen them before – like the title says, sub-aqua. There’s a whole host of breeds snapped by award-winning photographer and animal rights campaigner Seth Casteel, and if at least some of the images don’t bring a smile to your face then you’re dead inside. Or a cat person.

     
  • The Zombie Survival Guide

    The Zombie Survival Guide

    With load of gruesome pictures and more than enough gory tales, The Zombie Survival Guide is the survivors’ bible to prevent the undead from eating your brainsl. No detail is too small, no stone is left unturned in this most comprehensive of weird books which covers everything from zombie psychology to self-defense to weaponry.

     
  • The Truck Food Cookbook

    The Truck Food Cookbook

    The Truck Food Cookbook is a mouth-watering celebration of food on the road. Painstakingly researched by author John T. Edge, The Truck Food Cookbook has recipes for some of the best street food in America. From traditional Southwestern toritos to New York’s unique wasabi ice cream, this book is a tour of American culinary masterpieces.

     
  • Walking Dead, Rise of the Governor

    Walking Dead, Rise of the Governor

    If you are a fan of the Walking Dead and a world where violence is dominant then Walking Dead, Rise of the Governor is the book for you. Lauded as the most controversial book in Walking Dead history this first edition hardcover book is an epic battle of zombie’s versus humanity. Walking Dead, Rise of the Governor’s hero the governor has been voted villain of the year by Wizard magazine. Get your copy of the book today to find out …cotinue reading

     
  • Bear Grylls Mud, Sweat, and Tears

    Bear Grylls Mud, Sweat, and Tears

    In case you don’t have time to get a black belt in karate, jump out of plane, and climb Mount Everest, you can at least do it vicariously through Bear Grylls Mud, Sweat, and Tears. The book details his life of adventure, near death experiences, and recovery. Bear Grylls Mud, Sweat, and Tears is the autobiography of a man on the cutting edge of life.