Brown retains the crown as Origin surges

Brown retains the crown as Origin surges

Dan Brown’s Origin (Corgi) has leapt 41% in volume in its second week in the UK Official Top 50 number one spot, selling 54,704 copies through Nielsen BookScan’s Total Consumer Market.

The paperback of Origin, securing the author’s 78th week atop the overall chart, is currently selling 3% faster than the 2014 paperback of Inferno. It also posted the biggest single week for an Adult Fiction title in 2018 to date—in fact, no Mass Market Fiction title except E L James’ Darker (Arrow) in the last week of November 2017 has posted a higher one-week volume in the last two years.

Adam Kay’s This ...

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