Blockbuster author Lucy Sussex reveals her favourite books.
Brief fiction and non-fiction reviews.
J.K.Rowling had fans in a froth overnight with movement at the station on Platform 9 and 3/4.
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Five years after the earthquakes started, 19 elderly people have reconstructed the lost Christchurch from their memory.
Famed neurologist and author of Awakenings dies after fight with rare cancer.
A new show will reveal the secret works of the Little Yellow Digger illustrator Alan Gilderdale.
An early, unfinished manuscript by JRR Tolkien is set to be published in the United Kingdom.
Cancer survivor and author Karen McMillan reveals her favourite books.
Short fiction reviews.
REVIEW: Despite the hype, The Lost Swimmer is a less-than-literary thriller.
REVIEW: Jane Kelsey on why house prices, a credit boom and massive household debt are crises of politician's own making.
A young poet will play an important role in National Poetry Day events.
An e-book series starting at Waitomo Caves is inspired by the author's time as a tour guide.
An abuse survivor needs help publishing her autobiography.
Bill Bryson's best-known work has been turned into a movie - with Robert Redford playing our favourite writer.
OPINION: I was chatting over whisky with a man in the book trade. Is there no limit to the glamour of the life I lead? No, there is not.
The late Stieg Larsson's editor reveals how tattooed hacker Lisbeth Salander was resurrected for a new novel.
EXCLUSIVE: The continuation of Stieg Larsson's Millennium series, The Girl in the Spider's Web by David Lagercrantz.
An exclusive extract of the first chapter from the new Jack Reacher novel, Make Me by Lee Child.
Short fiction reviews.
Former Playboy Bunny Holly Madison takes aim at Hugh Hefner.
The great-granddaughter of "Alice in Wonderland"' has penned an intriguing fictional debut.
REVIEW: English author Sarah Winman has conjured up something magic in her new novel.
REVIEW: William Boyd takes a similar approach to Any Human Heart in his new novel, but something is missing.
Music producer Simon Grigg reveals his favourite books.
Short fiction and non-fiction reviews.
There are worse things to do than listen to tales of key Edinburgh writers, stopping for a few drinks on the way.
REVIEW: The first in a new trilogy by Louis de Bernieres sees him mine familiar territory.
Wellington is the scene for much of a new international thriller.