Our bestselling ebooks!
All our ebooks are 60% off until January 4th (alongside 40% off all our print books!). With that in mind, we bring you our bestselling ebooks from this year. For further reading inspiration, see our end-of-year highlights and gift guide, and all our reading lists here.
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The problem is not overpolicing, it is policing itself.
A consensus-shattering account of automation technologies and their effect on workplaces and the labor market.
Radical glossary of the vocabulary of policing that redefines the very way we understand law enforcement.
The story of how enslaved women struggled for freedom in the West Indies.
An unprecedented collection of feminist voices from four millennia of global history.
What is wrong with capitalism, and how can we change it?
Philosopher, film star, father of “post truth”—the real story of Jacques Derrida.
Combining firsthand accounts from activists with the research of scholars and reflections from artists, Policing the Planet traces the global spread of the broken-windows policing strategy, first established in New York City under Police Commissioner William Bratton.
In the twenty-first century, all politics are climate politics.
What is the Green New Deal and how can we afford it?
How the law harms sex workers—and what they want instead.
How rebellious colonies changed British attitudes to empire.
A history of “the Troubles”: the radical politics of Republicanism.
A history of the UK’s regional inequalities, and why they matter.
How did Britain’s economy become a bastion of inequality?
What does the COVID 19 tell us about the climate breakdown, and what should we do about it?
An urgent and passionate plea for a new and ecologically sustainable vision of the good life.
One of the most acclaimed essayists writing today on the political hysteria plaguing the West.
How antifascism is as American as apple pie.
An anthology of long-read book reviews by one of the European left’s foremost political economists.
With race and the police once more burning issues, this classic work from one of America’s giants of black radicalism has lost none of its prescience or power.
A powerful document of theday-to-day realities of Black women in Britain.
A new and essential history of the Labour New Left from Tony Benn to Jeremy Corbyn.
Lefebvre's classic analysis of daily life under capitalism in one complete volume.
A leader of Latin America’s powerful new women’s movement rethinks the meaning of feminist politics.
Neoliberalism is fracturing, but what will emerge in its wake?
An exhilarating exploration into the utopias and dystopias that could develop from present society.
Towards a form of aggressive nonviolence.
A unique book, tracing forty years of anti-racist feminist thought.
A deep dive into Joe Biden’s history and the origins of his political values.
Feminist City is an ongoing experiment in living differently, living better, and living more justly in an urban world.
Exploring how neoliberalism has discovered the productive force of the psyche.
How shipping is central to the very fabric of global capitalism.
The story of Japan’s forgotten radical 1968.
A passionately urgent call for all of us to unlearn imperialism and repair the violent world we share.
How should the left respond to electoral defeat, the leadership of Keir Starmer and a global crisis?
An intense and lively debate on literature and art between thinkers who became some of the great figures of twentieth-century philosophy and literature.
The austerity crisis and threat to disability rights.
With racial justice struggles on the rise, a probing collection considers the past and future of Black radicalism.
In the era of #MeToo and mass incarceration, The Feminist and the Sex Offender makes a powerful feminist case for accountability without punishment and sexual safety and pleasure without injustice.
Win or lose, Bernie has reshaped the landscape of American politics. Where does the political revolution go next?
A magisterial, riveting movement history of Los Angeles in the Sixties.
A classic of twentieth-century thought, Minima Moralia is Adorno's literary and philosophical masterpiece.
How did the dynamic economic system we know as capitalism develop among the peasants and lords of feudal Europe?
Hugely influential study of the psychology of authoritarianism.
A major rereading of Marx’s critique of political economy.
The world-famous work on the origins and development of nationalism.
The most comprehensive collection of feminist manifestos, chronicling our rage and dreams from the nineteenth century to today.
How two centuries of Indigenous resistance created the movement proclaiming “Water is life”.
How has capitalism devastated the planet—and what can we do about it?
The great French Marxist philosopher weighs up the contributions of the three major critics of modernity.
All of Marx’s essential political writing in one volume.
It’s not capitalism, it’s not neoliberalism—what if it’s something worse?
Charts the history of women’s liberation and calls for a revitalized feminism.
Writer and critic Vivian Gornick’s long-unavailable classic exploring how Left politics gave depth and meaning to American life.
An exemplary work of political, economic, and historical analysis, powerfully introduced by Angela Davis.
American history told from the vantage of immigration politics.
Dean offers a theory of the comrade.
Classic study of Marx by Japan’s leading critical theorist.
Capital City explains the role of planners in the real estate state, as well as the remarkable power of planning to reclaim urban life.
A different kind of politics for a new kind of society—beyond work, scarcity and capitalism.
A post-capitalist manifesto for conservation.
Mutual aid is the radical act of caring for each other while working to change the world.
Free market, competitive capitalism is dead. The separation between politics and economics can no longer be sustained.
A manifesto for the Open City: vibrant, disordered, adaptable.
How migrants became the scapegoats of contemporary mainstream politics.
An exploration of gender and desire from our most exciting new public intellectual.
A new manifesto for cyberfeminism. A New York Times Best Art Book of 2020.
Tackling the myth of a post-racial society.
How the Information Age makes the world more incomprehensible.
In the age of runaway inequality and Black Lives matter, there is an emerging consensus that our society has failed to redress racial disparities. But who is the culprit?
Is revolution possible in the age of the Anthropocene?
A remarkable intellectual history of the slave revolts that made the modern revolutionary era.
The classic text of Italian workerism finally available in English.
Why every worker should join a trade union.
A powerful challenge to the way we understand the politics of race and the history of anti-racist struggle.
What if the people seized the means of climate production?
Where pregnancy is concerned, let every pregnancy be for everyone. Let us overthrow, in short, the “family”.
A fiercely elegant and wide-ranging history of L.A.’s Dickensian extremes and Pynchonesque conspiracies.
Founder of whiteness studies surveys the race/class relationship.
A brilliant and comprehensive study of class struggle in the United States.
The classic analysis of how particular political and cultural ideas come to dominate society.
A lifetime’s encounter with artists: from prehistoric cave painting to the present.
A deeply affecting–and infuriating–portrait of the life and death of a courageous indigenous leader.
A clarion call to rethink natural resource extraction beyond the extractive industries.
At once a time-travelling horror story and a fugue-like feminist manifesto, this is a singular, genre-warping new novel from the author of the acclaimed Paradise Rot.
A survey of the key thinkers and ideas that are rebuilding the world in the shadow of the Anthropocene.
How London was bought and sold by the Super-Rich, and what it means for the rest of us.
A fascinating portrait of life with the Black Panthers in Algiers: a story of liberation and radical politics.