For today’s nonfiction round-up we have an eclectic examination of migration in the face of climate change, an untold economic story of Russia’s current power system, and a groundbreaking take on medicine and wellness to increase healthspan and lifespan.
2 starred reviews!
“A scientifically sophisticated, well-considered contribution to the literature of movement and environmental change.”–Kirkus Reviews, starred review
“This is a valuable treatise on how humanity can ‘reclaim our history of migration’ and adopt a more pan-global perspective.”–Publishers Weekly, starred review
PUTIN’S PEOPLE: How the KGB Took Back Russia and Then Took On the West by Catherine Belton
“Carefully detailed account of the rise of Vladimir Putin and the restoration of Russia to Soviet-era power…An eyebrow-raising book that, among other things, helps connect some of the dots of the Mueller Report.”–Kirkus Reviews
AGE LATER: Health Span, Life Span, and the New Science of Longevity by Nir Barzilai, M.D.
“In this technical but promising book, Barzilai, founding director of the Institute for Aging Research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, scrutinizes the lives of centenarians to find the key factors behind their healthy longevity.”–Booklist
THE NEXT GREAT MIGRATION: The Beauty and Terror of Life on the Move by Sonia Shah; 9781635571974; available now.
PUTIN’S PEOPLE: How the KGB Took Back Russia and Then Took On the West by Catherine Belton; 9780374238711; available 6/23/20.
AGE LATER: Health Span, Life Span, and the New Science of Longevity by Nir Barzilai, M.D.; 9781250230850; available 6/16/20.