An Equal Music - Vikram Seth
There's musical harmony and fluidity in the very motion and movement of Seth's ideas.
The Brethren - John Grisham
What happens when four con men go head-to-head with the future President of the United States?
Harry Potter And The Chamber Of Secrets - J. K. Rowling
Another magical mystery starring one of children's fiction most recent - and endearing - heroes.
Everybody Dies - Lawrence Block
Some things just get better with time. Scudder's one of them.
Single And Single - John le Carre
The spymaster returns with a new novel about a crooked businessman and a son who tries to save him from himself.
Hearts In Atlantis - Stephen King
Stephen King's new novel is a tour de force about love, life, war and the supernatural.
The Final Detail - Harlan Coben
The devil is in the details. No really!
Pop Goes The Weasel - James Patterson
Weasel versus dragonslayer? No contest.
The Gabriel Club - Joydeep Roy-Bhattacharya
A somewhat convoluted plot drags ths novel down.
Bridget Jones - The Edge Of Reason - Helen Fielding
Smug Marrieds, Singletons and Colin Firth can mean only one thing - Bridget's baaaack!
Cold Hit - Linda Fairstein
This time, the butler didn't do it!
Interpreter Of Maladies - Jhumpa Lahiri
Nine short stories that won a Pulitzer. 'Nuff said!
Out Of My Mind - Richard Bach
Grow a pair of wings and nose dive into an enchanting narrative.
Others - James Herbert
Hollywood as Hell? Nah, I must be missing the point...
Driven To Extremes: Michael Schumacher - James Allen
James Allen takes a close look at the most controversial figure in Formula One motorsport.
O Is For Outlaw - Sue Grafton
Kinsey Mallhone digs deep into yet another tangled plot.
Nothing But The Truth - John Lescroart
A slow and tiresome read.
The Drowning People - Richard Mason
A tale of jealousy, love and revenge from one of England's hottest new talents.
The Alchemist - Paul Coelho
Childishly direct in plot and style, this book is still worth a read.
Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban - J.K. Rowling
The third book in the Harry Potter series is no less enjoyable than the previous two.
Omerta - Mario Puzo
Mario Puzo's last bow is curiously unsatisfying.
The Twisted Root - Anne Perry
Anne Perry's Victorian-era novel does little to hold the reader's interest.
To Cut A Long Story Short - Jeffrey Archer
Jeffrey Archer's fourth short story collection is stunning.
Veil Of Darkness - Gillian White
Remarkable psychological penetration and an unusual plot make this novel worth looking at.
Void Moon - Michael Connelly
Michael Connelly's new thriller is a rollercoaster ride you don't want to leave.
Gideon - Russell Andrews
Information is power. And sometimes, information can kill.
Net Force: Breaking Point - Tom Clancy and Steve Pieczenik
Clancy fails to hold our attention in this tale of a traitorous scientist and the weapon he possesses.
Harry Potter And The Goblet Of Fire - J. K. Rowling
Harry Potter's back...and how!
Hannibal - Thomas Harris
Lecter's out. Can Starling find him before it's too late?
In A Perfect State - Joseph Garber
A fast-paced, well-written story with interesting plot twists and lots of action.
Saving Faith - David Baldacci
Baldacci's latest is a disappointing conspiracy theory with tepid characters.
Bitter Chocolate - Pinki Virani
Pinki Virani throws light on the realities of child sexual abuse in India.
Monster - Jonathan Kellerman
The new Alex Delaware novel is worth adding to your collection.
Bombay Ice - Leslie Forbes
A murder mystery packed with surprises and eccentric characters, and infused with the spirit of Bombay.
Timeline - Michael Crichton
A smooth sci-fi yarn with tremendous attention to detail.
Surviving Women - Jerry Pinto
The battle between the sexes rages on.
Getting There - Manjula Padmanabhan
Getting there is half the battle won.
Second Wind - Dick Francis
Francis is on another winner with this tale of spies, skulduggery and storms.
Death Du Jour - Kathy Reichs
The forensic anthropologist comes of age.
Burnt Sienna - David Morrell
David Morrell's latest thriller is disappointingly predictable.
Greetings, Carbon-Based Bipeds - Arthur C. Clarke
The prophet of the Space Age speaks out.
Havana Bay - Martin Cruz Smith
Martin Cruz Smith's latest novel is an evocative exploration of Cuba, tied together with a gripping plot.
Britney Spears' Heart To Heart - Britney Spears and Lynne Spears
An inside look at America's most bankable teen pop star.
The Hades Factor - Robert Ludlum and Gayle Lynds
A predictable story with stereotypical characters.
The Lion's Game - Nelson DeMille
John Corey returns in another wise-cracking adventure about a terrorist on the loose in America.
Dark Lady - Richard North Patterson
High finance, campaign politics and underworld blackmail. What more could you ask for?
Ghostwritten - David Mitchell
An impressive debut by a young author who leaps different literary genres with ease.
Cradle And All - James Patterson
James Patterson's new supernatural thriller leaves much to be desired.
Mr. X - Peter Straub
Peter Straub's latest chiller is well worth a read!
The Road To Mars - Eric Idle
A comic delight, with brilliantly sketched characters and a plot that keeps surprising you with its manic twists and turns.
Every Dead Thing - John Connolly
An explosive debut that will keep you up well past bedtime.
Indigo Slam - Robert Crais
Robert Crais' deft touch and clever plot twists will keep you guessing right until the very end.
The Prometheus Deception - Robert Ludlum
Ludlum's back, with a thriller for the high-tech world of tomorrow.
Dark Hollow - John Connolly
Nail-biting suspense, a multi-layered plot, and the constant threat of violence combine to create a story that will keep you up all night.
Easy Prey - John Sandford
Lucas Davenport's twelfth outing is a suspense-filled murder mystery that will keep you up all night.
Prayers For Rain - Dennis Lehane
One of the best suspense novels you're likely to read this year.
Roses Are Red - James Patterson
More cat-and-mouse suspense, in the new Alex Cross thriller.
Personal Injuries - Scott Turow
A meticulously-plotted, skilfully-woven tapestry of moral and emotional intrigue.
Demolition Angel - Robert Crais
Blowing things up, Robert Crais style!
Code To Zero - Ken Follett
Set in 1958, Ken Follett's latest delves deep into the worlds of espionage and rocket science.
Adrian Mole: The Cappuccino Years - Sue Townsend
Adrian Mole is back. And he's still a mess.
The Bear And The Dragon - Tom Clancy
The new Jack Ryan novel is slow, but satisfying.
Dragonfire - Humphrey Hawksley
A remarkable book, held together not only by the prowess of the author, but also by the sheer magnitude of the problems it addresses.
Lloyd: What Happened - Stanley Bing
Productivity. Who needs it?
The Constant Gardener - John le Carre
le Carre is in fine form, with this story of one man's crusade for justice and the woman he loved, but never really knew.
Protect And Defend - Richard North Patterson
An ambitious tale of politics and long-buried secrets.
Pagan Babies - Elmore Leonard
A Rwandan priest, a connected restaurant owner and a stand-up comic thirsting for revenge. Yes, Elmore Leonard's back in town.
Shattered - Dick Francis
Dick Francis' swan song could have been so much more.
The Man Who Ate The 747 - Ben Sherwood
The way to a woman's heart is through her stomach. Ask Wally Chubb.
Turning Thirty - Mike Gayle
What happens when you hit thirty?
Fish, Blood And Bone - Leslie Forbes
A tale of love, murder, intertwined family relationships, and sins reaching far into the past.
Endgame - James Elliott
Twenty million dollars from the sky? You just know there's gonna be a catch...
The Poisonwood Bible - Barbara Kingsolver
A complex and moving story of an American family in post-colonial Africa.
Despatches From Kargil - Srinjoy Chowdhury
A vivid picture-portrait of soldiers fighting for their lives in the treacherous mountain terrain of Kashmir.
1st To Die - James Patterson
The first outing by James Patterson's new dragonslayer fails to impress.
Mystic River - Dennis Lehane
Lehane's compelling new thriller asks important questions about courage, relationships, and morality...and understands that there are no easy answers.
A Painted House - John Grisham
Grisham's narrative of a little boy's journey through childhood is a marked - and welcome - departure from his usual stomping grounds.
Artemis Fowl - Eoin Colfer
Fairies equipped with stun-guns, bio-bombs, and sophisticated tracking devices? Welcome to Colfer's world!
On Ice - David Ramus
A taut, well-written story of cross and double-cross.
To Bury The Dead - Craig Spector
A dark, compelling journey into the mind of a tortured father.
Piranha To Scurfy (And Other Stories) - Ruth Rendell
A collection of short stories good for a rainy Saturday.
Dave Barry's Greatest Hits - Dave Barry
Fall off a chair laughing at America's funniest export.
Right As Rain - George Pelecanos
A thriller which asks some important questions about race.
Hostage - Robert Crais
What happens when you take the Mob's chief accountant hostage? Robert Crais' stunning new thriller has the answer.
The Dead Heart - Douglas Kennedy
An Australian holiday goes horribly - and hilariously - wrong.