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'With a fast-paced, gripping narrative and a host of interactive online bonus material, The Ark, the third novel from Annabel Smith, is an engrossing experiment in mixed-media speculative fiction. Maureen Eppen chats with Annabel about the pleasures and pitfalls of breaking the boundaries of conventional storytelling.'
'With over 25 years of journalistic experience, PATRICK LINDSAY is one of Australia’s best non-fiction writers. He has covered stories from Gallipoli, the Kokoda Track, and what he calls ‘Australia’s darkest day’ – the Battle of Fromelles in World War I. He also imparts a few words of advice from High Hopes, the latest instalment in his series of inspirational books.' (Publication abstract)