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A Photographer's Life: 1990 - 2005 by Annie Leibovitz

A Photographer's Life: 1990 - 2005 by Annie Leibovitz

One of the most celebrated and socially important photographers of our time, Annie Leibovitz has taken images that are forever emblazoned in our minds. A Photographer's Life: 1990-2005 ($50; Oct. 3) features portraits of celebrities including Keith Richards, Michael Jordan, Johnny Cash and Jack Nicholson, all alongside pictures from Leibovitz's personal life, pictures from her coverage of Sarajevo, and landscapes that feature the same visual pop as her famous portraits. The perfect fall addition to your coffee table reading.

  • The Worst Person in the World by Keith Olbermann

    If you don't already watch Countdown with Keith Olbermann every weeknight on MSNBC, then go add it as a TiVo Season Pass right now. Go on, we'll wait. Ok, back? Countdown is the best news program currently on TV, bringing you the top stories, most interesting stories, and off-beat stories in a quick and straightforward way. Each night Olbermann also has an award for "The Worst Person in the World" for folks that are giving humans a bad name. His new book, The Worst Person in the World and 202 Strong Contenders ($14) is a hilarious and sometimes angering collection of such people. Of course, assclowns like Bill O'Reilly get special attention.

  • Super Bowl XL Opus

    The NFL does everything big. Super Bowl XL Opus ($4,000) is a 950-page tribute to the 40-year history of the biggest game of the year. The huge, leather-bound book, which weighs in at 90 pounds, is the ultimate Super Bowl guide, containing more than 2000 photographs and illustrations and insight from the finest sports writers around. Still not good enough? The MVP Special Edition ($40,000) has signatures of every living MVP from the past 40 Super Bowls.