Saturday, November 3, 2007

New York Times bestsellers for November 4

Laurell K. Hamilton’s A Lick of Frost debuts at number 2 on the New York Times bestseller list. US, Europe, Canada.

R.A. Salvatore’s The Orc King is into week five at number 17, dropping four from the previous week. US, Europe, Canada.

Michael Reaves’ and Steve Perry’s Star Wars: Death Star is down four spots to number 19 in its fourth week. US, Europe, Canada.

Stephen R. Donaldson’s Fatal Revenant finishes the fifth week on the list down five to number 21. US, Europe, Canada.

Joe Hill’s 20th Century Ghosts makes a respectable debut on the list at number 22. US, Europe, Canada.

Terry Pratchett’s Making Money, in it's sixth week, holds on to number 35, down eleven. US, Europe, Canada.

Gregory Maguire’s Wicked bounces back up seven spots to number 5 at the end of week four. US, Europe, Canada.

Max Brooks’ World War Z is up four points to number 6 in its second week on the list. US, Europe, Canada.

Cormac McCarthy’s The Road, after several weeks of falling, shoots back up nine points to number 8 at the end of week 30. US, Europe, Canada.

Stephen King’s The Mist is up another two points in its fourth week to reach number 11. US, Europe, Canada.

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