Weekly E-Ranking: The Furthest Station steams into number one spot

Weekly E-Ranking: The Furthest Station steams into number one spot

Ben Aaronovitch’s The Furthest Station has chugged into the Weekly E-Ranking number one spot. This is the author’s second title to hit the e-book chart, going one better than its PC Grant predecessor The Hanging Tree, which peaked in second place.

Peter V Brett’s The Core came in second, forcing the previous week’s number one Ken Follett’s A Column of Fire into third place. The fifth and final title in Brett’s The Demon Cycle series, The Core is the fantasy author’s first e-ranking hit. A more seasoned e-book chart fantasy author is Nalina Singh, who sees her fourth title to chart hit four...

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