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Bestsellers this week

There is no change at the top of this week’s bestsellers chart, with the regular and film tie-in editions of The Fault in Our Stars (John Green, Penguin) in first and second spot, respectively. They sit ahead of some other familiar titles, including Minecraft: The Official Combat Handbook (Egmont) in third spot and the adult edition of Veronica Roth’s Four: A Divergent Collection (HarperCollins) in fourth. The Silkworm (Robert Galbraith, Hachette) continues its steady rise up the charts to fifth place, as does local author Brooke Davis’s debut novel Lost & Found (Hachette), which is in seventh place. The highest new entry is Tony Windsor: The Biography (Ruth Rae, A&U) and the fastest mover is The Book of Life (Deborah E Harkness, Hachette)—Books+Publishing.


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