NY Times Fiction Best Sellers ( books)No prizes for guessing the number one spot as the fourth instalment in the explicit Fifty Shades series - but how about the rest of the list? Bonkbuster queen E. Grey: Fifty Shades of Grey as Told by Christian notched up 1,, copies here, more than double its nearest rival. Read more: Inspired by JK Rowling? The Fifty Shades trilogy has sold more than million copies and spawned a record-breaking film starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson, with two more movies to follow. Last year was also a good one for Paula Hawkins who switched from writing romantic comedy under the pen name Amy Silver to producing something darker. The Girl on the Train, a complex thriller with themes of domestic violence and drug abuse, was the third most popular.
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In , we were overwhelmed by the thoroughly kickass roster of new books on offer. A few disappointed us , while many more thrilled us unexpectedly. Sci-fi, memoir, magical realism, short fiction, very very long novels, and genre-bending masterpieces have taken us on a constant adventure through ever-changing literary scenery. Now that the year is drawing to a close, we're already eager to see what next year has in store for us readers. But first, we're taking a moment to look back on a year in reading. Every critic has her favorites, and these were ours:.
Harper Lee, Marie Kondo, and Jeff Kinney topped the print bestseller lists in for adult fiction, adult nonfiction, and juvenile books, respectively.
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