reveals top 100 titles for 2009

<p>A title promoting the benefits of growing one&#39;s own pharmaceuticals and two of Stieg Larsson&#39;s Millennium trilogy are among;s bestselling new releases of 2009 so far.</p><p>In a top 100 <a href=" target="_blank">revealed on its website</a>, Dan Brown&#39;s <em>The Lost Symbol</em> unsurprisingly sits at number one. However, the top 10 is an eclectic mix of books including a title about cupcake cookery, a work of fiction from one of the Big Beasts and Booker winner <em>Wolf Hall.</em></p><p>Larsson&#39;s conclusion to the Millennium trilogy,<em> The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet&#39;s Nest</em>, is the second bestselling new release with his previous book,<em> The Girl Who Played With Fire,</em> at number seven. James Wong&#39;s <em>Grow Your Own Drugs</em> rounds out the top three.</p><p>While it has only been on sale since the start of October, Terry Pratchett&#39;s <em>Unseen Academicals </em>sold enough copies to get it into;s top 10. </p><p> also reveals the 10 most watched book videos, with Nigel Slater&#39;s <em>Tender </em>ahead of <em>Dead Until Dark: A True Blood Novel </em>by Charlaine Harris, the first in Harris&#39; &quot;TrueBlood&quot; series.&nbsp;</p><p>&nbsp;<br /><strong>The top 10 &quot;2009&quot; bestsellers</strong>:</p><p>1. Dan Brown - <em>The Lost Symbol</em> (Bantam)</p><p>2. Stieg Larrson - <em>The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet&#39;s Nest</em> (Quercus)</p><p>3. James Wong - <em>Grow Your Own Drugs</em> (HarperCollins)<br /><br />4. Anthony Beevor - <em>D-Day</em> (Viking)</p><p>5. Hilary Mantel - <em>Wolf Hall</em> (Fourth Estate)</p><p>6. Terry Pratchett - <em>Unseen Academicals</em> (Doubleday)</p><p>7. Stieg Larrson - <em>The Girl Who Played with Fire</em> (Quercus)</p><p>8. Rick Stein - <em>Far Eastern Odyssey</em> (BBC Books)</p><p>9. Wilbur Smith - <em>Assegai (</em>Macmillan)</p><p>10. Tarek Malouf - <em>The Hummingbird Bakery&#39;s Cookbook </em>(Ryland, Peters and Small)</p><p>&nbsp;</p><p><strong>The top 10 most watched book videos:</strong></p><p>1. <em>Tender</em> by Nigel Slater<br /><br />2. <em>Dead Until Dark: A True Blood Novel</em> by Charlaine Harris<br /><br />3. <em>Flanimals Pop-Up </em>by Ricky Gervais<br /><br />4. <em>Simon&#39;s Cat</em> by Simon Tofield<br /><br />5. <em>And Another Thing</em> by Eoin Colfer<br /><br />6. <em>The Burning Land </em>by Bernard Cornwell<br /><br />7.<em> The Atheist&#39;s Guide to Christmas</em> by Ariane Sherine<br /><br />8. <em>New Moon </em>by Stephenie Meyer<br /><br />9. <em>The Brightest Star</em> in the Sky by Marian Keyes<br /><br />10. <em>The Hairy Bikers&#39; Food Tour of Britain</em> by Si King and Dave Myers<br />&nbsp;</p>