Juggernaut is pleased to announce that books from Allen & Unwin, Australia’s largest independent publisher, are now available on our platform. With titles such as Test of Will, Poisoned Planet, and From India with Love to the Cliff Hardy series, Allen & Unwin’s 41 years in Australia has already seen them being awarded the Australian Publisher of the Year 13 times.
Chiki Sarkar, publisher, Juggernaut Books said, “We are delighted to partner with Allen & Unwin, one of Australia’s most exciting independent publishers, and bring their wide range of nonfiction and fiction titles to Indian digital audiences.”
Elizabeth Weiss, publisher, Allen & Unwin, said, “Allen & Unwin is thrilled to partner with India’s innovative ebook reading platform, Juggernaut. We have selected some of our most popular ebook titles for Juggernaut, and we hope Indian readers enjoy them just as much as readers in Australia and elsewhere! Allen & Unwin is Australia’s largest independent book publisher, with a broad list which includes commercial fiction, fiction for young adult readers, and literary fiction, as well as non-fiction titles in history, sport, politics, business and many other areas. We have been publishing ebooks since 2005, and we are always looking for new ways to bring our books to readers around the world.”
Books from Allen & Unwin are now available on Juggernaut.
Test of Will: What I’ve learned from Cricket and Life
Glenn McGrath’s Test of Will is a reflection on all the lessons he has learnt on and off the field. From his cricketing duels, such as bowling against Sachin Tendulkar to the loss of his first wife Jane McGrath to breast cancer, this is Glenn at his intimate best.
Julian Cribb’s Poisoned Planet is a testimony against the pesticides, plastics and petrochemicals that are affecting our lifestyles and resulting in cancer, obesity, allergies apart from a host of other health issues. The book is a wake up call in light of the man-made chemicals that are silently destroying the planet. It emphasizes on the equal importance that the society needs to place on information and precaution to prevent the further spread of toxic pollution.
From India with Love
Latika Bourke’s memoir is a book of many complex emotions. This is the journey of an infant who was left at an orphanage to be cared for by nuns only to be adopted by a family of six in New South Wales. From India with Love charts Latika’s childhood to her career as a political journalist to her eventual return to India in order to trace her roots and unravel the mysteries of her childhood.