James Patterson takes the number one spot on the Weekly E-Ranking for the first time.
David Walliams’ Blob (HarperCollins Children's) has held the UK Official Top 50 number one spot for a fourth week in a row, the longest run... Read more
James Patterson was the most borrowed author through UK public libraries for a 10th consecutive year in 2015/16.
James Patterson's first three Alex Cross detective novels are being released in e-format for the first time by Arrow.
Lee Child's Make Me is the most popular title borrowed from public libraries in 2016.
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Little, Brown) has once again taken the Official Top 50 number one spot, with 168,389 copies sold for £1.86m... Read more
The Girl on the Train (Black Swan) has held the UK Official number one spot for a fifth non-consecutive week, the longest-running fiction number one... Read more
With the summer kicking into gear, this week’s chart has 12 new releases, 10 of which broadly slot into the “beach reads” category.
Independent bookshops have been able to make “huge” improvements thanks to writer James Patterson’s “generous” and “forward-thinking” initiative which has awarded more than £500,000 in... Read more
Translator Deborah Smith and author Han Kang, winners of the Man Booker International Prize... Read more