Having played the 1st edition as well as 3.5, this edition reigns my favorite. It basically kept all the good stuff from 3.5 but got rid of a lot of the tedious math. Battles now feel much more like they are happening in real-time. I have always, always played an elven rogue, but I like this edition so much that for my next campaign, I'm finally branching out and playing a wizard! The new tiefling details are also fun for those who want to create... (read more)Recommended by Junix S.
Consult with The Bar Book before your next cocktail party and make it extra special. Morgenthaler utilizes his many years of practice behind the bar giving expert tips and techniques that transform even the most basic gin and tonic into a work of art.Recommended by Jen C.
I'd assumed that buying The Portlandia Cookbook for its recipes would be like reading Playboy for the articles, but Brownstein and Armisen's latest book is the real thing: a collection of delicious, inventive recipes inspired by local restaurants and seasoned with a perfect blend of the gentle satire and city love that's made Portlandia a hit. Recommended by Rhianna W.
This language kit is the newest essential for any Game of Thrones enthusiast. If you've ever heard a friend or loved one proclaiming "my sun and stars" or "moon of my life," then this is exactly the holiday gift item they need. Hajas!Recommended by Aubrey W.
If there's one thing I've learned through my wayward attempts at gardening, it's the importance of starting small, and it doesn't get much smaller than this. In Terrarium Craft, Amy Bryant Aiello and Kate Bryant not only cover the basics of terrarium building (from container, soil, and plant selection to decorative elements and care), but also guide the reader through 50 imaginative and easy-to-follow projects, such as "Rock... (read more)Recommended by Tove H.