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The Name of All Things

The second of Lyons’s “Chorus of Dragons” series (after The Ruin of Kings) carries on the epic settings, memorable characters, and broad mythological foundations. Lyons is creating a complex and wonderful series that will immerse and delight.
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Lab Rats: How Silicon Valley Made Work Miserable for the Rest of Us

Essential for all libraries supporting business and management curricula. This work will appeal to fans of John Micklethwait and Adrian Wooldridge's The Witch Doctors, David Craig's Rip-off!, and Matthew Stewart's The Management Myth. ["A must-read for tech entrepreneurs and anyone interested in the shifting dynamics of workplace culture": LJ 10/15/18 review of the Hachette hc.]

The Ruin of Kings

This stunning debut takes epic fantasy to a high level, portraying a world filled with magic, demons, gods, and dragons, in which politics and power plays are the laws of the land.
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Lab Rats: How Silicon Valley Made Work Miserable for the Rest of Us

A must-read for tech entrepreneurs and anyone interested in the shifting dynamics of workplace culture.
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License To Shift

This second series installment from Lyons (The Makeover Mistake) helps connect the worlds of humans and shifters. The emphasis on mate bonding continues and acts as a traditional focus and convenient lever for the romantic action; recommended, but readers should begin the series at the bear-gining.
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Local Architecture: Building Place, Craft, and Community

A wonderful beginning reader for architecture students.
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Sicily: Art and Invention Between Greece and Rome

With its numerous lavish color illustrations and informative, easy-to-read text, this book is quite enticing. Recommended for art history buffs, students, scholars, and armchair travelers with an interest in Greek and Roman history.
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The Society for Useful Knowledge: How Benjamin Franklin and Friends Brought the Enlightenment to America

Those concerns aside, Lyons has raised important questions about the origins of "useful knowledge" in America that will have wide appeal. Recommended.
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Right-Wing Populism in America: Too Close for Comfort

Through a sociopolitical lens, Berlet and Lyons present a historical look at right-wing populist movements...

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