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This is the time of year that Talia and I are of the busier of the busy bees (maybe that's why we're buzzing so much lately??) and we end up missing some of the totally rad week-to-week Macmillan excitement.
So when Talia paused for 1/23 of a second to sip her coffee this morning and glanced at The New York Times Book Review Best Sellers list for May 27, she did a double-take and then called me in to talk about how many of our awesome books are on the list.
We high-fived about it.
To give these books a pat on the back, a nod of approval, and a "well done, champ!" I've listed them below:
Print Hardcover Bestsellers – FICTION
#3 BRING UP THE BODIES by Hilary Mantel
#11 THE SINS OF THE FATHER by Jeffrey Archer
#14 A DOG’S JOURNEY by W. Bruce Cameron
Print Hardcover Bestsellers - NONFICTION
#4 MOST TALKATIVE by Andy Cohen
#6 KILLING LINCOLN by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard
Print Paperback Bestsellers – TRADE FICTION
#20 WOLF HALL by Hilary Mantel
Print Paperback Bestsellers – NONFICTION
#11 SEAL TEAM SIX by Howard E. Wasdin and Stephen Templin
Print Bestsellers Advice, How-To and Miscellaneous - HARDCOVER
#4 THIS IS HOW by Augusten Burroughs
Print Children's Best Sellers - SERIES
#9 The Trylle Trilogy by Amanda Hocking
Print Hardcover and Paperback Combined – FICTION
#8 BRING UP THE BODIES by Hilary Mantel
#20 THE SINS OF THE FATHER by Jeffrey Archer
Print Hardcover and Paperback Combined - NONFICTION
#7 MOST TALKATIVE by Andy Cohen
#9 KILLING LINCOLN by Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard
#32 THINKING, FAST AND SLOW by Daniel Kahneman
FARTHER AWAY by Jonathan Franzen
"The theme of human struggle against the pulls of solipsism and narcissism illuminates every page of the novelist’s essays."
OBLIVION by Héctor Abad. Translated by Anne McLean and Rosalind Harvey.
"Abad’s highly personal coming-of-age story is also a sociopolitical portrait of Colombia."