Saturday, December 15, 2007

New York Times bestsellers for December 16

It's good to be back. I hadn't realized just how much time I spent online until I moved and didn't have internet for over a week. The move went just fine and I have internet working so we're good to go. I thought I'd start my first blogpost from my new place with the bestseller list for this week. Since I didn't do one for last week my list will cover from my last one rather than including the actual list.

Hardcover:
Terry Goodkind’s Confessor falls ten positions to number 15 in its fourth week on the bestseller list. US, Europe, Canada.

Jim Butcher's Captain’s Fury makes its debut on the New York Times bestseller list at number 17. I haven't read the Alera Codex books but I absolutely love Butcher's Dresden Files. US, Europe, Canada.

Incredibly J.R.R. Tolkien’s Children of Hurin is back on the bestseller list at number 25. It must be benefiting from the Holiday sales. US, Europe, Canada.


Paperback:
The mass-market paperback of
Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend jumps to number 2, up two at the end of its sixth week on the list. US, Europe, Canada.

Aaron Allston’s Fury makes it debut on the New York Times bestseller list at number 4. I've never read any Star Wars books but there seem to be enough fans to usually put one on the list. US, Europe, Canada.

The paperback version of
Richard Matheson’s I Am Legend, in its fourth week, is also up two rankings to number 6. I find it a little confusing to have two versions of the same book on the bestseller list. US, Europe, Canada.

The unstoppable juggernaut that is Cormac McCarthy’s The Road is still going strong in its 36th week jumps two spots to number 7. US, Europe, Canada.

Stephen King’s The Mist reaches number 11 and down two in its tenth week. US, Europe, Canada.

Gregory Maguire’s Wicked, also in its tenth week, climbs to number 12, up nine. US, Europe, Canada.

Max Brooks’ World War Z falls eleven rankings to round out week eight at number 23. US, Europe, Canada.

Yet another debut for the list is Anne and Todd McCaffrey’s Dragon’s Fire at number 23. US, Europe, Canada.

2 comments:

Nicole B. said...

Dragon's Fire looks to be really good, it's one of the few books of theirs that I haven't read yet. ^-^

Benjamin said...

Have fun nicole! :-)