Plots and Prayers: Malcolm Turnbull's Demise and Scott Morrison's Ascension

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About the Author
Niki Savva, Australia's renowned political commentator, author, and columnist, is author of The Road to Ruin, Plots and Prayers, and Bulldozed.

"The result is a forensically researched and brutally revealing chronicle of the days and weeks before and after the August coup--one told with the precision of an investigative journalist but in the elegant narrative style that always makes Savva a great read."
--Paul Williams, Australian Book Review

"How good is this book! So much intrigue. So many revelations. Such a brilliant read."
--Laurie Oakes

"A forensic and gripping account of Turnbull's departure and Scott Morrison's arrival...Savva has written an account that moves at the velocity of an express train without brakes."
--Stephen Loosely, Weekend Australian

--Daily Mail Australia

"Books about politicians are not for everyone. Nor are horror stories. This absorbing and very well-researched book is both."
--Erich Mayer, ArtsHub

"Plots and Prayers provides a detailed and fascinating look at one of the craziest weeks in Australian politics. It's part documentary, part thriller. You'll not want to put it down, but also throw it across the room because of frustrations with the central characters...this book is a must read."
--Tobi Lotus, Chronicle

Praise for The Road to Ruin

"This is what you have to remember about Savva's controversial book, The Road to Ruin she was onto this story early and she ran with it in her weekly column...her account of the coup is both suspenseful and full of fascinating, granular detail."
--Sydney Morning Herald

"Savva's inside knowledge and contacts within the Liberal Party (especially the party's moderate centre) means the planning leading up to the spill is a fascinating real-life political thriller...a cracking political read."
--Adelaide Review

Praise for So Greek

"Intelligent, well-written and incredibly knowledgeable."
--West Australian