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Surprise, surprise

Consultants and pundits, look away now. The book market is performing in almost exactly the wrong way. The big publishers are not gaining market share;... Read more

Review of the Year 2019: Obama tops for Audible in 2019

The Audible chart for 2019 is topped by one of 2018’s biggest titles: Michelle Obama’s Becoming. It reigned atop the monthly Audible charts for five months... Read more

Review of the Year 2019: Top illustrators hold firm in annual chart

Tony Ross is once again top of The Bookseller’s chart of the bestselling children’s illustrators, with 2.9 million books sold for £18.5m in 2019.... Read more

Review of the Year 2019: digital dawdles for the Big Five

In 2019, the top five UK trade publishers had a collective dip in e-book sales of 4.8%, concluding the last six years of the decade in... Read more

Review of 2019: Backlist boost drove print market

Print backlist sales rose to an all-time high of £1.061bn in 2019, up 4.1% on the 2018's previous record, with the last two years the only time... Read more

Review of 2019: Pinch of Nom propels Pan Mac to 25% growth

Helped mightily by the breakout sensation of 2019, Pinch of Nom, Pan Macmillan was the by far the biggest-growing top British publisher of 2019, chalking... Read more

Review of 2019: Atwood and Kerr enjoy Indian summers as readers flock to backlist titles—and revamps

Margaret Atwood and the late Judith Kerr have both made The Bookseller's year-end Author Top 50 for the second time. Read more

Review of 2019: The Bestsellers

With print books selling 191.6 million units for £1.66bn, 2019 became the print market’s fifth consecutive year of growth and its best since 2010 in... Read more

Review of 2017: the genres

Fiction continued its print sales recovery in 2017, which was its third consecutive year of growth. However, the category, like the TCM as a whole,... Read more

Review of 2017: the big four publishers

The Bookseller has conducted analysis of the sales of Penguin Random House, HarperCollins, Hachette and Pan Macmillan through Nielsen BookScan. Read more

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