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Annual Thank You Sale January 6th to 9th

6 Jan 2011

New Year's resolution to read more books? Looking to spend a holiday bonus?

 It's that time of year again! Time for the our annual Thank You Sale, where you'll find all books in stock 25% off (excluding special orders and magazines) plus special markdown tables with books 40% off!

These prices are for in-store only, so be sure to come in today to take advantage of this great sale. Sale runs from Thursday, January 6th, to Sunday, January 9th so don't miss out!

Signed Copies of P.J. O'Rourke's New Novel: Don't Vote It Just Encourages the Bastards, Now Available!

15 Dec 2010

For a Limited Time only Prince Books has signed copies of his best selling book Don't Vote it Just Encourages the Bastards.  Stop by and get your copy today!

About the Book:

America's most subversive conservative, O'Rourke describes government as a devil's bargain between power, freedom, and responsibility, and goes on to hilariously skewer the politicians who have bargained with us to consolidate power, and the many mini-bargains and evasions that citizens have made with the consequences of their choice.

About the Author:

P. J. O'Rourke is the bestselling author of ten books, including "The CEO of the Sofa," "Eat the Rich," "Parliament of Whores," and "All the Trouble in the World." The former editor in chief of "National Lampoon "magazine, O'Rourke now writes for "Rolling Stone" and "The Atlantic Monthly" and lives in New Hampshire and Washington, D.C.

 

Signed First Edition copies of Simon Winchester's new book Atlantic now Available!

8 Nov 2010

For a limited time Prince Books has signed first-edition copies of acclaimed author Simon Winchester’s newest book, Atlantic: Great Sea Battles, Heroic Discoveries, Titanic Storms, and a Vast Ocean of a Million Stories.

 

About the Book: Blending history and anecdote, geography and reminiscence, science and exposition, the New York Times bestselling author of Krakatoa tells the breathtaking saga of the magnificent Atlantic Ocean, setting it against the backdrop of mankind's intellectual evolution.

Until a thousand years ago, no humans ventured into the Atlantic or imagined traversing its vast infinity. But once the first daring mariners successfully navigated to far shores--whether it was the Vikings, the Irish, the Chinese, Christopher Columbus in the north, or the Portuguese and the Spanish in the south--the Atlantic evolved in the world's growing consciousness of itself as an enclosed body of water bounded by the Americas to the West, and by Europe and Africa to the East. Atlantic is a biography of this immense space, of a sea which has defined and determined so much about the lives of the millions who live beside or near its tens of thousands of miles of coast.

The Atlantic has been central to the ambitions of explorers, scientists and warriors, and it continues to affect our character, attitudes, and dreams. Poets to potentates, seers to sailors, fishermen to foresters--all have a relationship with this great body of blue-green sea and regard her as friend or foe, adversary or ally, depending on circumstance or fortune. Simon Winchester chronicles that relationship, making the Atlantic come vividly alive. Spanning from the earth's geological origins to the age of exploration, World War II battles to modern pollution, his narrative is epic and awe-inspiring.

About the Author: Simon Winchester's many books include The Professor and the Madman, The Map That Changed the World, Krakatoa, and A Crack in the Edge of the World. Each of these has been a New York Times bestseller and has appeared on numerous best and notable lists. Mr. Winchester was made Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by HM The Queen in 2006. He lives in western Massachusetts.

 

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