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1. The Dark Knight of the Shed by Nick Page

There’s a point in a man’s life where he looks around him and asks whether this is really where he wants to be – what he wanted to do with his life. And even if he’s achieved all his childhood dreams, maybe that’s not enough any more.

Nick Page has been there, and he decided to build a shed. Not to answer the question, but so that he’d at least be able to get some peace to think about it properly. Join him on a journey of discovery, into what the midlife crisis really is, and whether there’s a better way to go at it than frittering away time and money trying to pretend you’re really younger than you are.

2. Wrecking Ball: A Big Lad From A Small Island by Billy Vunipola

Wrecking Ball is a captivating and humorous memoir by Billy Vunipola, one of the stars of England’s recent rugby renaissance, and will be enjoyed by those who have read the recent autobiographies by Jonny Wilkinson, Brian O’Driscoll, Dan Carter and Paul O’Connell.

Standing at 6 feet 2 inches and weighing almost 20 stone, Billy is a rampaging and unmissable presence on the rugby pitch, for both club and country.

3. The Natural History of the Bible by Peter Goodfellow

With chapters on physical geography and natural vegetation, trees and shrubs, herbs and flowers, mammal, birds, and other creatures, in this new book, Peter Goodfellow explores the natural history of the Bible tying in his descriptions to biblical references and, where relevant, explaining how these factors influenced the lives of the people of the Old and New Testaments.

4. The Shadow Doctor by Adrian Plass

In this new novel Adrian Plass, bestselling author of the Sacred Diary series, explores what might happen if you could book an appointment with a doctor who could help you with your deepest spiritual wounds, not just a headache.

5. God Is Stranger: What Happens When God Turns Up by Krish Kandiah

Taking a fresh look at Bible passages he thought he knew, Krish Kandiah was struck by the fact that when God turns up, he never seems to do what people expect – and started to wonder what this might mean for the ways we expect to encounter God today.

6. Meditations on the Trinity by A.W Tozer

Can a Christian ever finish contemplating the Trinity? It is an inexhaustible mystery, but one that rewards continual reflection. Readers of Meditations on the Trinity will receive a more accurate view of who God is, and in turn–as Tozer would be quick to point out–offer Him truer worship. Knowing God is the chief end of man, and this book will help readers nearer that goal.