Digital bestseller lists: coronavirus titles invade ‘e’ charts

Digital bestseller lists: coronavirus titles invade ‘e’ charts

As a format, the e-book market is like a cork on the bobbing sea of public opinion. Unlike print books, which may require a visit to the high street or, at the very least, a 24-hour waiting period for delivery, e-books can be bought instantly and downloaded in one click. The digital charts can really lay bare the fleeting whims of book buyers and, unsurprisingly, there’s currently one big topic of everyone’s minds.

The Bookstat top 10 for the week ending 21st March once again sees Dean Koontz’s The Eyes of Darkness bag the top spot—in the week Donald Trump attempted to re-brand the current...

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