Weekly E-Ranking: Jojo regains her mojo as Gregory's Three Queens arise

Weekly E-Ranking: Jojo regains her mojo as Gregory's Three Queens arise

After a moment of mild drama in the previous e-ranking chart, when Paula Hawkins’ The Girl on the Train (Transworld) leapfrogged Jojo Moyes’ After You (Michael Joseph) to take the top spot, the status quo has now returned. Moyes was back at number one, making it six weeks at number one for After You and 11 number ones for the author, out of only 15 weekly charts. The Girl on the Train slipped back to second place, a position it has taken nine times before.

However, After You’s predecessor Me Before You (Michael Joseph) was toppled from its 14-week run in the top three of the chart by Phili...

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