Dan Brown claims 80th UK number one

Dan Brown claims 80th UK number one

Dan Brown’s Origin (Corgi) has held the UK Official Top 50 number one for a fourth week running—and the author’s 80th in total. The paperback title sold 28,069 copies to achieve the longest consecutive run for any title for the year to date.

With 80 weeks under his belt, Brown now draws level with J K Rowling—who surpassed him two years ago with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Little, Brown). If Origin can swipe another week in the top spot, as both previous paperback hits Inferno and The Lost Symbol did, Brown would be reinstated as the record holder for number of weeks at the overall ...

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