Non-Fiction Autumn 2022


Jo Angerer

Resistance is Female

The women’s revolution in the former Soviet states

Date of publication: October 5, 2022
Hardcover | 192 pages
When the world saw images of women in Belarus demonstrating against Aleksandr Lukashenko, the opposition movement against the "last European dictator" gained momentum. Meanwhile, in Russia women ...

Eva Wolfangel

One Wrong Click

On the trail of hackers: Why the cyber war affects us all

Date of publication: November 9, 2022
Paperback | 352 pages
Hacked power plants, failed satellite communications, shut-down hospitals: the cyber war is getting out of control. This book explains in a gripping, comprehensible way and with many concrete exa...

Hans-Jürgen Jakobs

Twenty-First Century Monopolies

How state-run and privately owned corporations are destroying our wealth

Date of publication: September 28, 2022
Hardcover | 432 pages
Google, Gazprom, Blackrock, USA, China and Russia: some corporations and states are controlling the markets, and profoundly affecting our lives. Monopolies – with the power they exert over everyt...

Johannes Hepp

The Mind of Homo Digitalis

21 neuroses for the twenty-first century

Date of publication: August 24, 2022
Hardcover | 416 pages
The psychologist and psychotherapist Johannes Hepp takes an in-depth look at how our rapidly accelerating digitalisation is making us neurotic, what is causing it, how to create greater awareness...

Dag Frommhold, Daniel Peller

The Wisdom of Foxes

Clever, playful and caring – what these shrewd survival artists can teach us

Date of publication: September 14, 2022
Hardcover | 400 pages
Red fur, amber eyes, a bushy tail: foxes are incredibly beautiful animals. We also think of them as intelligent, shrewd and playful. Yet foxes are not just smart: they have an extraordinary gift ...

René Pfister

One False Word

The new left-wing ideology threatening our freedom of speech

Date of publication: August 31, 2022
Hardcover | 256 pages
A left-wing ideological revolution is spreading through the US. Although fuelled by a desire for equality and anti-racism, it is ironically creating a new kind of intolerance: in the liberal medi...

Horst von Buttlar

The Green Decade

How the climate crisis is revolutionising our economy

Date of publication: September 28, 2022
Hardcover | 336 pages
Our economy is facing the biggest transformation since the Industrial Revolution, as we prepare the ground for becoming a net zero country by 2045. Many business leaders recognise that they have ...

Yves Bossart

Laughing Matters

A short philosophy of laughter

Date of publication: September 21, 2022
Hardcover | 128 pages
Umberto Eco once said that laughter is the "art of cancelling fear" – which is why humour is so often the bête noire of scaremongers. Humour can help us step back, and take a fresh, objective loo...

Markus Bennemann

Bad Trees

They kill, steal and commit arson – the dark side of our beloved woodland friends

Date of publication: November 9, 2022
Paperback | 272 pages | With illustrations from: Janine Czichy
No wonder we love trees so much. Even just a short stroll through a park or woodland helps us breathe easier and replenish our energy resources, and looking up into the leafy canopy above your he...

Eva Goris, Claus-Peter Hutter

Light As a Feather

The remarkable life of sparrows

Date of publication: November 9, 2022
Paperback | 224 pages | With illustrations from: Bernd Pöppelmann
Sparrows lead a very public life, yet we know so little about them – even though the sparrows’ genome proves that humans and sparrows have had lived alongside each other for millennia. When human...

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