1

Bestsellers

Top-selling fiction and non-fiction titles (week of February 14th, 2011)


 

Top-selling fiction and non-fiction titles (week of February 14th, 2011)
Fiction

1 ROOM by Emma Donoghue 1 (24)
2 A RED HERRING WITHOUT MUSTARD by Alan Bradley (1)
3 THE GIRL WHO KICKED THE HORNETS’ NEST by Stieg Larsson 4 (39)
4 LEFT NEGLECTED by Lisa Genova 7 (3)
5 FALL OF GIANTS by Ken Follett 10 (20)
6 THE EMPTY FAMILY by Colm Tóibín 2 (5)
7 THE GUARDIANS by Andrew Pyper 3 (6)
8 THE SALT ROAD by Jane Johnson 5 (2)
9 DON’T BE AFRAID by Steven Hayward (1)
10 WE, THE DROWNED by Carsten Jensen (1)

Non-fiction

1 THE TIGER by John Vaillant 1 (6)
2 TWELVE STEPS TO A COMPASSIONATE LIFE by Karen Armstrong 2 (6)
3 PATRIOT HEARTS by John Furlong (1)
4 LIFE by Keith Richards 6 (16)
5 A HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN 100 OBJECTS by Neil MacGregor (1)
6 THE EMPEROR OF ALL MALADIES by Siddhartha Mukherjee (1)
7 ATLANTIC by Simon Winchester 9 (12)
8 DEATH OF THE LIBERAL CLASS by Chris Hedges 3 (2)
9 THE SHAH by Abbas Milani (1)
10 THE LONGEST WAR by Peter Bergen 7 (3)

LAST WEEK (WEEKS ON LIST)


 
Filed under:

Bestsellers

  1. Thanks for sharing such a great list – I loved reading The Girl Who Kicked the Hornet's Nest. Another wonderful memoir you might enjoy is called, Major Dream: From Immigrant Housemaid to Harvard Ph.D by Jin Kyu Robertson Ph.D. Robertson's story is inspirational and motivational. She has overcome domestic violence, and later become a U.S. Army Major then earned her degree at Harvard. This is a real American dream story that shouldn't be missed.

Sign in to comment.