Matthew James reviwes Media Madness: Donald Trump, The Press, and The War Over The Truth by Howard Kurtz. Published by NewSouth Books.
Cushla McKinney reviews Tara Westover's Educated, published by Penguin Random House.
Peter Stupples reviews Consent by Leo Benedictus, published by Allen & Unwin/Faber & Faber.
Caroline Hunter reviews Isabel Allende's In the Midst of Winter, published by Scribner.
Geoff Adams reviews Helen Thomson's Unthinkable, published by Hachette.
Emma Wood reviews the latest in children's books.
Musician and author Craig Smith may have book and album projects on the go, but he has still found time for a whirlwind tour of Asia.
Mike Crowl reviews This Is How It Ends by Eva Dolan. Published by Raven Books.
New research on the bond between dogs and humans shows there is more than tummy love going on. And provides reason to question animal testing, neuroscientist Gregory Berns says.
Two brilliant books were launched at the New Zealand Festival recently, writes Hamesh Wyatt.
Caroline Hunter reviews Sourdough by Robin Sloan. Publisher: Text Publishing.
Peter Stupples reviews Enlightenment Now: a Manifesto for Science, Reason, Humanism and Progress by Steven Pinker. Publisher: Penguin Random House.
Cushla McKinney reviews They Know Not What They Do, by Jussi Valtonen. Publisher: OneWorld/Allen & Unwin.
Willie Campbell reviews This I Would Kill For by Anne Buist. Published by Text Publishing.
Jessie Neilson reviews Mazarine by Charlotte Grimshaw. Published by Penguin Random House.
Rob Kidd reviews Off The Record by Craig Sherborne. Published by Text Publishing.
Rob Kidd reviews Catapult by Emily Fridlund. Published by Hachette.
Alex Bligh reviews The Shepherd's Hut by Tim Winton. Published by Penguin Random House.
Rob Kidd reviews The Book Of Joan by Lidia Yuknavitch, published by Canongate, and The Rending And The Nest by Kaethe Schwehn, published by Bloomsbury.
Mike Crowl reviews Panic Room written Robert Goddard published by Penguin Random House.