Saturday, October 27, 2007

New York Times bestsellers for October 28

R.A. Salvatore’s The Orc King heads into it's fourth on the list dropping three spots to number 13. US, Europe, Canada.

Michael Reaves’ and Steve Perry’s Star Wars: Death Star makes it debut on the New York Times bestseller list at number 15. US, Europe, Canada.

Stephen R. Donaldson’s Fatal Revenant is down four to number 16 at the end of it's second week. US, Europe, Canada.

Terry Pratchett’s Making Money hangs on in its fifth week to spot number 24, down four from the previous week. US, Europe, Canada.

Max Brooks’ World War Z makes its mark and debut on the list at number 10. US, Europe, Canada.

Gregory Maguire’s Wicked hits number 12 in its third week dropping four points from last week. US, Europe, Canada.

Stephen King’s The Mist also goes into its third week up another three points to number 13. US, Europe, Canada.

Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, after weeks of single digit moves, drops six rankings to number 17 in its 29th week on the list. US, Europe, Canada.

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