Cameron joins Testaments at top of bestseller chart

Cameron joins Testaments at top of bestseller chart

Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments (Vintage) has reigned atop the UK Official Top 50 for a second week running, selling 36,380 copies in its first full week on sale. This was a 65% decline in sales week on week—but for such an anticipated “event” title, which had already secured a Booker Prize shortlisting and presumably an ample amount of pre-orders (included in its stratospheric first-week volume), it was to be expected. Of 2019’s big-hitting number ones, The Testaments has had the biggest fall from its launch, topping Mrs Hinch’s Hinch Yourself Happy’s 61% drop in April.

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