Revolution 2.0: The Power of the People Is Greater Than the People in Power (A Memoir) by Wael Ghonim (Jan. 17)
Wael Ghonim -- the young Google marketer whose Facebook and Twitter posts helped spark the Egyptian Revolution, and whose emotional release from captivity incited even further resistance to Mubarak -- offers his take on the social media-driven protests in Tahrir Square, which he famously called "revolution 2.0."
All In: The Education of General David Petraeus by Paula Broadwell with Vernon Loeb (Jan. 24)
Gen. David Petraeus, architect of the Iraq war surge and counterinsurgency strategy, is arguably among the most influential U.S. generals in history. After embedding with him in Afghanistan, military expert Paula Broadwell, with Washington Post editor Vernon Loeb, traces Petraeus's life from his training to his retirement, ultimately assessing his long-term impact on U.S. military strategy.