Potter tops Amazon's all-time chart

<p><em>Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince</em> has been revealed as the biggest selling book on Amazon.co.uk&#39;s website since it began trading. The chart was revealed as the retailer celebrates its 10 year anniversary this month.</p><p>The wizard takes the top two spots of the bestselling titles of the past 10 years with the final book in the series, <em>Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows</em>, lying in second place. The top ten is entirely comprised of titles that were published during the past five years.</p><p>The retailer has launched a special 10 year anniversary store, promoting some of Amazon&#39;s bestselling titles across music, dvd, and books.</p><p>The website had its origins in the online retailer Bookpages, which began trading in 1996 and was bought by Amazon.co.uk in 1998. <br /><br />The top 10:<br /><br /><em>Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince</em> - J K Rowling (Bloomsbury)<br /><em>Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows</em> - J K Rowling (Bloomsbury)<br /><em>The Dangerous Book for Boys</em> - Conn and Hal Iggulden (HarperCollins)<br /><em>QI:The Book of General Ignoranc</em>e - John Lloyd and John Mitchinson (Faber)<br /><em>The Kite Runner</em> - Khaled Hosseini (Bloomsbury)<br /><em>The Time Traveler&#39;s Wife </em>- Audrey Niffenegger (Vintage)<br /><em>The Da Vinci Code</em> - Dan Brown (Corgi)<br /><em>Nigella Express</em> - Nigella Lawson (Chatto &amp; Windus)<br /><em>Does Anything Eat Wasps?: And 101 Other Questions</em> - Mick O&#39;Hare (Profile)<br /><em>Why Don&#39;t Penguins&#39; Feet Freeze?: And 114 Other Questions</em> - Mick O&#39;Hare (Profile)</p>