Amazon Charts: Bryson and Pullman double up

Amazon Charts: Bryson and Pullman double up

Philip Pullman's The Secret Commonwealth (Penguin/David Fickling) has maintained its number one spot in the Amazon Charts' Most-Sold: Fiction top 20 for a second week—also earning the "all ears" tag, meaning it was more listened to on Audible than read on a Kindle. Its predecessor in the Book of Dust series, 2017's La Belle Sauvage, rose into the Most-Sold: Fiction chart for the first time, in 20th place.

The current UK Official Top 50 number one through Nielsen BookScan's TCM, Bill Bryson's The Body (Transworld), also held its Most-Sold: Non-Fiction top spot. Just over 500 copies separate...

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