There is something for everyone
1. Cabin Fever: Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Jeff Kinney, (Penguin)
The latest in runnaway best-selling kids series.
2. Death Comes to Pemberley, P.D.James (Allen & Unwin)
Love your crime with a Regency twist?
3. The Sense of an Ending, Julian Barnes (Random House)
A Booker Prize Winner - and for this year too! (2011)
4. Inheritance: Inheritance Cycle, Christoher Paolini, (Random House)
A fantastical conclusion to Saphira and Eragon's epic adventures.
5. IQ84: Book 1, 2 and 3, Haruki Murakami & Jay Rubin (Random House)
An mpressively sized and impressively delivered reimagining of 1984.
6. Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography, Walter Isaacson (Hachette)
A topical and moving portrait of the creator of Apple.
7. All That I Am, Anna Funder (Penguin)
A novel of memory and surving living with the past.
8. The Street Sweeper, Elliot Perlman (Random House)
Page turning and well written = a winning combination.
9. After Words, Paul Keating (Allen & Unwin)
A deliciously delightfully decadent decoding of our culture.
10. Mawson and the Ice Men of the Heroic Age - Scott, Shackleton and Amund, Peter Fitzsimons, (Random House)
Another assured biography from the ever reliable Fitzsimons.