Breaking Dawn paperback takes top spot in the UK
Breaking Dawn in paperback has been a huge hit here in the UK. I know that many fans who have the first three books in paperback will want Breaking Dawn in paperback too, to complete their collection.
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The long-awaited mass-market edition of Stephenie Meyer’s Breaking Dawn (Atom) sold 48,673 copies in just three days, and tops this week’s Official UK Top 50—just over two years after the hardback edition first hit the shelves.
It is the sixth time Meyer has topped the Official UK Top 50 in 2010. The mass-market edition of book three in the Twilight series, Eclipse, was number one for the first two weeks of the year, while her Twilight novella, The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner, held the crown for three consecutive weeks in June.
Dan Brown’s The Lost Symbol (Corgi) falls one place to second position overall, while James Patterson and Maxine Paetro’s Swimsuit (Arrow) falls one place to third.
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