1. The Ocean of Life: The Fate of Man and the Sea (Science, $1.99)

    1. By Callum Roberts
    2. 4.6/5 stars with 125 reviews
    3. We have always been fish eaters, from the dawn of civilization, but in the last twenty years we have transformed the oceans beyond recognition. Putting our exploitation of the seas into historical context, Roberts offers a devastating account of the impact of modern fishing techniques, pollution, and climate change, and reveals what it would take to steer the right course while there is still time. Like Four Fish and The Omnivore’s DilemmaThe Ocean of Life takes a long view to tell a story in which each one of us has a role to play.
  2. And They Called It Camelot: A Novel of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis (Historical Fiction, $1.99)

    1. By Stephanie Marie Thornton.
    2. 4.4/5 stars with 102 reviews
    3. Few of us can claim to be the authors of our fate. Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy knows no other choice. With the eyes of the world watching, Jackie uses her effortless charm and keen intelligence to carve a place for herself among the men of history and weave a fairy tale for the American people, embodying a senator’s wife, a devoted mother, a First Lady—a queen in her own right.