This week's New York Times Bestsellers (October 28th)

In hardcover:
R. A. Salvatore's The Pirate King is down five positions, ending its second week on the charts at number 8. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

Stephenie Meyer's The Host is down two spots, finishing the week at number 11.

Brandon Sanderson's The Hero of Ages debuts at number 21. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

Charlaine Harris' From Dead to Worse is down two positions, ending its fourth week on the NYT list at number 23.

Mercedes Lackey's Foundation is down five spots, finishing its second week on the bestseller list at number 25. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

Neal Stephenson's Anathem is down two positions, ending its sixth week on the prestigious list at number 28. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

In paperback:

Terry Goodkind's Confessor is down six spots, finishing its third week on the charts at number 26.

J. R. R. Tolkien's The Children of Húrin debuts at number 27.

Terry Goodkind's Wizard's First Rule debuts at number 35.

Charlaine Harris' seven Sookie Stackhouse rank from number 2 to number 21.

1 commentaires:

loki said...

RA Salvatore is a frakking sham.
Drizzt could have been so much cooler in a series that wasn't a waste of goodkind.

It saddens me that rote young adult fluff outsells the thinkers that could take sci fi and fantasy to the very top of the culture's consciousness.

Meh. Seekers of Truth should be the first to be shot when something happens which causes large groups to be shot. After them let's shoot the vampire sex romancers. Then anyone who writes jedi or star trek novels, except Peter David and only because of Apropos. After that I will have to think.

Note to our lame reactionist society, I am not advocating shooting anyone in the real world, as that would be seriously uncool.