Saturday, January 10, 2009

NYT bestsellers for January 8th


Hardcover:

Stephanie Meyer’s The Host ends it's 34th week on the list up two points to number 3. (Amazon, B&N)

Stephen King’s Just After Sunset slips six spots in its eighth week to finish at number 12. (Amazon, B&N)

Charlaine Harris’ From Dead to Worse jumps an impressive thirteen ranks to stop at number 19 in its fifteenth week. (Amazon, B&N)

Matthew Stover’s Luke Skywalker and the Shadows of Mindor makes its debut on the NYT bestseller list at number 21. (Amazon, B&N)

Orson Scott Card’s Ender in Exile rounds out week eight at number 29, down four. (Amazon, B&N)

Jim Butcher’s Princep’s Fury also makes its first debut on the list at number 30. (Amazon, B&N)

Paperback:
Tobias Buckell’s Halo: The Cole Protocol inches up one spot to number 12 in its sixth week. (Amazon, B&N)

The paperback of Cormac McCarthy’s The Road is down nine ranks to number 26 in its 67th consecutive week on the list. (Amazon, B&N)

Stephen King’s Duma Key tumbles a staggering twenty-four points in its eleventh week to stop at number 32. (Amazon, B&N)

Charlaine Harris’ Sookie Stackhouse series has books 1-7 in various positions from number 9 to number 28.

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