Fire and Fury sets UK e-book chart ablaze

Fire and Fury sets UK e-book chart ablaze

Fire and Fury may have missed out on the print number one last week, but after a shortage of hardback copies in bookshops over the weekend, readers hungry to learn all about Donald Trump’s McDonald’s habit turned to the digital shelves. The book, described as “really boring and untruthful” by its subject, blazed into the Weekly E-Book Ranking number one spot, ending E L James’ five-week run in the top spot with Darker. It should be noted that the weekly e-book chart runs a week behind the print data, and this chart covered the week ending 6th January. So Fire and Fury achieved the number on...

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