Bryson takes the Road to number one

Bryson takes the Road to number one

Bill Bryson has claimed his 10th week as the UK official number one with The Road to Little Dribbling (Black Swan)— his first top spot in nine years, since The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid (Black Swan) took the number one in 2007.  

Bryson displaced Sylvia Day’s One with You (Penguin) from the summit, with The Road to Little Dribbling jumping four places on its first week of paperback sale. The sequel to Notes from a Small Island sold 28,730 copies for £127,383, according to Nielsen BookScan’s Total Consumer Market.

Bryson’s real stomping ground is the Paperback Non-Fiction numbe...

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