Fall 2020 Atria Catalog
Category: History
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TitlePrince Philip Revealed
AuthorSeward, Ingrid
Sub-ImprintAtria Books
FormatHardcover
Category Full 1BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Royalty
Category Full 2HISTORY / Europe/Great Britain/21st Century
Category Full 3BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Historical
ISBN-139781982129750
On Sale10/20/20
Title StatusNYP
US Price$30
CDN Price$39.99
Pages384
Cover StatusFinal
Discover the full and fascinating story of Prince Philip—one of the most important, influential, and elusive royals—in this colorful and revelatory biography written by the renowned royal family expert and editor-in-chief of Majesty magazine.
TitleThe Ship of Dreams
AuthorRussell, Gareth
Sub-ImprintAtria Books
FormatPaperback
Category Full 1HISTORY / Modern/20th Century
Category Full 2HISTORY / Europe/Great Britain/General
Category Full 3HISTORY / Women
ISBN-139781501176739
On Sale11/03/20
Title StatusNYP
US Price$18
CDN Price$25
Pages448
Cover StatusFinal
This original and “meticulously researched retelling of history’s most infamous voyage” (Denise Kiernan, New York Times bestselling author) uses the sinking of the Titanic as a prism through which to examine the end of the Edwardian era and the seismic shift modernity brought to the Western world. “While there are many Titanic books, this is one readers will consider a favorite” (Voyage).
TitleThe First
AuthorFish, Stanley
Sub-ImprintAtria/One Signal Publishers
FormatPaperback
Category Full 1POLITICAL SCIENCE / Commentary & Opinion
Category Full 2HISTORY / United States/21st Century
Category Full 3POLITICAL SCIENCE / Civics & Citizenship
ISBN-139781982115258
On Sale12/08/20
Title StatusNYP
US Price$18
CDN Price$25
Pages240
Cover StatusFinal
From celebrated public intellectual, New York Times bestselling author, and “America’s most famous professor” (BookPage) comes an urgent and sharply observed look at freedom of speech and the First Amendment offering a “nonpartisan take on what it does and doesn’t protect and what kind of speech it should and shouldn’t regulate” (Publishers Weekly).