Plus all the latest news from Roald Dahl, Philip Pullman, Neil Gaiman, the creator of Miffy, and the 2016 Aurealis Awards.
To celebrate Mardi Gras, here are ten books by and about prominent LGBTQI Australians.
Philip Pullman returns to the world of His Dark Materials with The Book of Dust, volume 1 in a new trilogy.
Books to read when you feel like reading multiple genres at once.
Booktopia has partnered with Madman Entertainment to offer you a free double pass to see the film when you order the book.
Order the delicious new film tie-in edition of Fifty Shades Darker and receive a double pass to see the film. While stocks last.
Meshel Laurie's new book helps explain how to stop from punching your toxic ex-partner in the face.
Zoe Sugg announces her Book Club Picks, ahead of the release of her own third book, Girl Online: Going Solo.
John Purcell has a reading challenge for you - The Classics Buzz Reading Challenge 2017.
"You'll want to keep a pen and paper by your side when you read this one"
"It's a celebration of love in its many facets. I laughed, I cried... Bravo on this piece of brilliance."
"Saunders has woven a kaleidoscopic, dazzling novel based on the death of Abraham Lincoln's son, Willie, in 1862."
Catherine Bateson: Lisette’s Paris Notebook is a coming-of-age story, a romance and a love letter to Paris.
Catherine Bateson answers the Ten Terrifying Questions
Amanda Hampson answers the Booktopia Book Guru's Ten Terrifying Questions.
JP Delaney answers the Booktopia Book Guru's Ten Terrifying Questions.
Hilary Spiers answers the Booktopia Book Guru's Ten Terrifying Questions.
Alison Evans: Finding myself reflected in fiction is so comforting, and so I am beyond grateful that I can do that for other people.
A Review on Reviews: Alison Evans explains her fascination with reading reviews.
Kate Forsyth, author of The Beast's Garden, reviews the books she read in November and December 2016.
Dr. L.J.M. Owen - author of the Dr Pimms, Intermillennial Sleuth Series - explains why we love to read.
Emma Viskic recently won a Ned Kelly Award and three Davitt Awards for Resurrection Bay.
The books will be available in both hardback and paperback; each will be available in 4 different covers, each representing a different Hogwarts house.
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A Booktopian's review and guide to the do's & don'ts of Fantastic Beasts and Where To Find Them.
Gus Gordon answers the Booktopia Book Guru's Ten Terrifying Questions.