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Fearless eaters, Apple vs. Google, and more weekend reading

Plus: inside Rupert Murdoch’s empire and how the health care system failed one writer’s parents


 

Our latest book reviews:

Knocking On Heaven’s Door by Katy Butler, reviewed by Sarah Weinman
Murdoch’s World: the Last of the Old Media Empires by David Folkenflik, reviewed by Jonathon Gatehouse
Dogfight: How Apple And Google Went To War And Started A Revolution by Fred Vogelstein, reviewed by Chris Sorensen
Son of a Certain Woman by Wayne Johnston, reviewed by Mike Doherty
Anything That Moves: Renegade Chefs, Fearless Eaters and the Making of a New American Food Culture by Dana Goodyear, reviewed by Richard Warnica

 

Top-selling fiction and non-fiction titles (week of November 29th, 2013)Fiction

1 THE LUMINARIES
by Eleanor Catton
1 (6)
2 SYCAMORE ROW
by John Grisham
3 (4)
3 THE ORENDA by Joseph Boyden 2 (11)
4 THE VALLEY OF AMAZEMENT
by Amy Tan
(1)
5 DOCTOR SLEEP
by Stephen King
5 (9)
6 THE GOLDFINCH
by Donna Tart
4 (3)
7 WE ARE WATER
by Wally Lamb
  6 (4)
8 S.
by Doug Dorst and J.J. Abrams
(1)
9 JUST ONE EVIL ACT
by Elizabeth George
7 (5)
10 MADDADDAM
by Margaret Atwood
8 (13)

Non-fiction

1
AN ASTRONAUT’S GUIDE TO LIFE ON EARTH
by Chris Hadfield
1 (4)
2 THE WAR THAT ENDED PEACE
by Margaret MacMillan
4 (4)
3 I AM MALALA
by Malala Yousafzai and Christina Lamb
3 (7)
4 ORR
by Bobby Orr
5 (5)
5 DAVID AND GOLIATH
by Malcolm Gladwell
2 (8)
6 KILLING JESUS
by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard
8 (8)
7 ALEX FERGUSON
by Alex Ferguson
(1)
8 SC-COLOGY
by Si Robertson
9 (7)
9 THE GREAT ESCAPE
by Ted Barris
6 (3)
10 THE KING’S GRAVE
by Philippa Langley and Michael Jones
 (1)

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