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Churchill Style

Churchill Style

There's been tons of books written about the legendary British Prime Minister Winston Churchill — and nearly all of them have focused on historical matters. Churchill Style: The Art of Being Winston Churchill ($15) breaks this mold by focusing instead on what made him a legendary man — including matters such as drinks, food, cars, smokes, style, and hobbies — basically everything on Uncrate's masthead, minus the tech and videos.

  • Cardboard Gods

    If you're over the age of 20, odds are you grew up knowing the sweet, casino-like surge of euphoria that came from ripping open a pack of baseball cards. Author Josh Wilker knew it as well, and it led him to pen Cardboard Gods ($20). More personal memoir than historical document, this roughly 240-page book looks back at the memories of boyhood as only a man can — through the eyes of childhood toys.

  • Genius and Heroin

    Whether you're talking about painters, singers, guitarists, or writers, it seems that creative types have always had problems battling inner demons. Genius and Heroin ($12) is like an encyclopedia of these lost talents, dating back centuries and covering both the famous and the not-so-famous. Perfect bathroom reading — if you're in to that kind of thing.