The Antipodeans by Greg McGee (Lightning Books) is an impassioned story of love and betrayal that spans three generations of a New Zealand family as it interacts with three families of Northern Italy. Lifting the lid on the violent, messy recent history of a part of Europe that is now a tourist mecca, it has been described as a Venetian version of Captain Corelli’s Mandolin. It spent 49 weeks in the New Zealand bestseller charts.
The Participation Revolution by Neil Gibb (Eye Books) is an essential guide to the birth of a new world order. Tracing parallels between Amazon and the East India Company and between Google and Galileo, Gibb shows that a whole way of thinking is on the turn, just as it was in the Renaissance and the Industrial Revolution. In the new world order, passive consumers are being replaced by active participants.

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