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by Mary Beard and David Olusoga • Profile Books • £15 (hardback), £11.99 (eBook)
by Peter Dauvergne • Polity Books • £9.99 (paperback)
by Joanna Kafarowski • Dundurn Press • 15.99 (hardback)

A LINE IN THE RIVER

by Jamal Mahjoub • Bloomsbury • £25 (hardback)

THE SYNTHETIC AGE

by Christopher J Preston • The MIT Press • £20.95 (hardback)

THE SPINNING MAGNET

by Alanna Mitchell • Oneworld • £16.99 (hardback)
It’s hard to imagine life without the visual world upfront and centre. But, as the new exhibition at the Natural History Museum, London shows, there is a wide variety of fauna that are entirely comfortable operating in the darkness
by Patrick Winn • Icon Books • £14.99 (paperback)

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