This week's New York Times Bestsellers (November 3rd)

In hardcover:

Charlaine Harris' A Touch of Dead is down six positions, ending its third week on the charts at number 12. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

R. A. Salvatore's The Ghost King is down two spots, finishing its third week on the prestigious list at number 19. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

Joe Schreiber's Star Wars: Death Troopers debuts at number 20. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

Charlaine Harris' Dead and Gone is down three positions, ending its 25th week on the bestseller list at number 22.

Dacre Stoker and Ian Holt's Dracula the Un-Dead maintains its position at number 23 for its second week on the NYT list.

Terry Pratchett's Unseen Academicals is down four spots, finishing its third week on the bestseller list at number 26. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

Eoin Colfer's And Another Thing. . . is down seven positions, ending its second week on the charts at number 27. For more info about this title: Canada, USA, Europe.

In paperback:

Stephen King's Just After Sunset is down four spots, finishing its fifth week on the NYT list at number 9.

Sherrilyn Kenyon's Born of Night is down six positions, ending its third week on the charts at number 14.

Max Brooks' World War Z: An Oral History of the Zombie War is up one spot, finishing its second week on the prestigious list at number 16.

Jane Austen and Seth Grahame-Smith's Pride and Prejudice and Zombies is down two positions, ending its 30th week on the bestseller list at number 17 (trade paperback).

Charlaine Harris' eight Sookie Stackhouse novels are on the paperback bestseller list, ranking from number 10 to number 32.

5 commentaires:

Anonymous said...

Gathering Storm?

Patrick said...

Next week...

Adam Whitehead said...

Although we already know how it's done due to Tor trumpeting the fact from every rooftop in sight ;-)

Montana Jedi said...

Didn't Deathtroopers debut at #13?

brian said...

just thought it worth metioning that the gathering storm was the book to knock Dan Brown from the no. 1 spot.
Wa-hoo!