Book reviews from New Zealand and overseas.
Goldfinger girl returns in book licensed by family estate and penned by author Horowitz.
REVIEW: Dennis Lehane remains in fine form with his latest offering, World Gone By.
The Auckland, Christchurch and Dunedin writers' festivals and autumn seasons are done and dusted. Next up: Blenheim.
The British writer's persistence has paid off at the age of 55, with her first novel garnering plenty of attention and praise.
A painful skin condition forced author Anna Lyndsey into a world of darkness.
FWIW, new words have been added to the dictionary.
REVIEW: In Selfish, the world has become the backdrop for Kim Kardashian's reflection.
REVIEW: A special edition by the Kiwi comic crew Faction sees them turning their pen to climate change.
Authentically-voiced writing that moves its reader will draw the eyes of this year's Ronald Hugh Morrieson Literary Awards judges.
REVIEW: Krissy Kneen's new "sex romp" isn’t easy to classify, but is the more compelling for it.
REVIEW: From Socrates to social justice, A.C. Grayling's new book covers almost it all.
Short book reviews from overseas and New Zealand.
Genre-busting American author Jonathan Lethem is a fan of many things, including New Zealand's The Chills and Chris Knox.
John Daniell thought he had a plan, and not one he had rushed into: like most professional sportsmen, it had taken him a long time to work out the answer to that difficult question: what next?
REVIEW: A new book about the oppression of women in the Arab world is brave and disquieting.
New Zealand author Graeme Lay reveals his favourite books.
Book reviews from overseas and New Zealand.
REVIEW: Ramona Koval's Bloodhound tells the moving story of trying to discover her family background, amid the horrors of World War 11.
REVIEW: Tony Parsons has changed genre but is still in cracking form.