Saturday, October 13, 2007

New York Times bestsellers for October 14

R.A. Salvatore’s The Orc King ends its second week on the bestseller list at number 9, down two spots. US, Europe, Canada.

Terry Pratchett’s Making Money rounds out its third week down seven spots to number 17. US, Europe, Canada.

Terry Brooks’ Elves of Cintra drops four spots to number 27 at the end of week six. US, Europe, Canada.

Eric Flint’s and Virginia DeMarce’s 1634: The Bavarian Crisis makes it debut on the list at number 29. US, Europe, Canada.

Cormac McCarthy’s The Road keeps its stamina for yet another week, in its 27th week its at number 10, dropping one spot. US, Europe, Canada.

Gregory Maguire’s Wicked also makes its debut on the New York Times bestseller list coming in at number 14. US, Europe, Canada.

Naomi Novik’s Empire of Ivory finishes its second week falling five marks to number 20. US, Europe, Canada.

Stephen King’s The Mist, the third debut this week, is at number 29. US, Europe, Canada.

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