Saturday, August 23, 2008

New York Times bestsellers for August 24th

Stephanie Meyer’s The Host slips another point in its sixth week on the charts to number 6. (Amazon, Barnes & Noble)

Karen Traviss’ The Clone Wars is down in its third week to number 19, down three from the previous week. (Amazon, Barnes & Noble)

Cormac McCarthy’s The Road is steady at number 6 at the end of its 50th week on the paperback list. (Amazon, Barnes & Noble)

Patricia Briggs’ Cry Wolf inches up two ranks to number 8 in its third week. (Amazon, Barnes & Noble)

Terry Brooks’ The Elves of Cintra is up a comfortable eight positions in week three to reach number 16. (Amazon, Barnes & Noble)

Michael Chabon’s The Yiddish Policemen’s Union is back up another four spots to number 19 in week fourteen. (Amazon, Barnes & Noble)

R.A. Salvatore’s The Orc King makes its third debut on the New York Times bestseller list at number 22. (Amazon, Barnes & Noble)

And last, but not least,
John Scalzi’s The Last Colony makes its debut on the paperback list at number 33. (Amazon, Barnes & Noble)

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