BRISBANE: Malcolm Turnbull in conversation with Rebecca Levingston











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BRISBANE: Malcolm Turnbull in conversation with Rebecca Levingston

Hosted By: Dymocks Brisbane

Live on Facebook @dymocksbooks | 24 Apr 2020 08:00 PM

Join us for Malcolm Turnbull in conversation with ABC Radio Brisbane Mornings presenter Rebecca Levingston; broadcast LIVE on Facebook @dymocksbooks on Friday 24 April at 8pm AEST.

Event Update: As you can appreciate this event has now been moved to a Facebook Live event where you can view this on Dymocks Facebook live. A Bigger Picture will be available for sale on the 20th of April from Dymocks Brisbane who are the organisers of this event. Pre-order by Facebook messenger, phone 07 3007 2800 or email Queensland exclusive signed copies available. RRP is $55.00 but Dymocks will be selling it for the special price of $42.99. If you would like it sent to you we can send it early express from the 17th April - postage cost is $10.

Malcolm Turnbull, Australia’s 29th Prime Minister, tells the remarkable story of his life in this lively political page-turner. When Malcolm Turnbull took over the nation’s top job there was a sense of excitement in Australia. Sky-high opinion polls followed as the political outsider with a successful business, legal and media career took charge. The infighting that dogged politics for the best part of a decade looked to be over. But a right-wing insurgency brutally cut down Turnbull’s time in office after three years, leaving many Australians asking, ‘Why?’

Exceptionally candid and compelling, A Bigger Picture is the definitive narrative of Malcolm Turnbull’s prime ministership. He describes how he legalised same-sex marriage, established Snowy Hydro 2.0, stood up to Donald Trump, rebooted Australia’s defence industry and many more achievements – remarkable in their pace, significance and that they were delivered in the teeth of so much opposition. But it’s far more than just politics. Turnbull’s life has been filled with colourful characters and controversies, success and failure. From his early years in Sydney, growing up with a single father, to defending 'Spycatcher' Peter Wright against the UK Government.