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Bestselling books for the week that ended Nov. 7

Bestselling books for the week that ended Nov. 7

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'Cloud Cuckoo Land'

"Cloud Cuckoo Land" by Anthony Doerr • This 600-plus-page novel is expected to enthrall readers of "All the Light We Cannot See." Doerr connects the stories of characters who live in ancient Constantinople, contemporary Idaho and on a future spaceship. (Scribner; Sept. 28)

Here are the bestselling books from Publishers Weekly for the week that ended Nov. 6.

HARDCOVER FICTION

1. “The Stranger in the Lifeboat” • Mitch Albom

2. “The Judge’s List” • John Grisham

3. “Lore Olympus, Vol. 1” • Rachel Smythe

4. “Game On” • Janet Evanovich

5. “Better Off Dead” • Child/Child

6. “The Wish” • Nicholas Sparks

7. “The Lord of the Rings” (illustrated ed.) • J.R.R. Tolkien

8. “The Lincoln Highway” • Amor Towles

9. “Cloud Cuckoo Land” • Anthony Doerr

10. “State of Terror” • Clinton/Penny

HARDCOVER NONFICTION

1. “Half Homemade, Fully Delicious” • David Venable

2. “Immune” • Philipp Dettmer

3. “The Lyrics” • Paul McCartney

4. “The Pioneer Woman Cooks: Super Easy!” • Ree Drummond

5. “The President and the Freedom Fighter” • Brian Kilmeade

6. “Jesus Listens” • Sarah Young

7. “The Storyteller” • Dave Grohl

8. “Glitter Every Day” • Andy Cohen

9. “Best Wishes, Warmest Regards” • Levy/Levy

10. “The Age of AI” • Henry A. Kissinger et al

MASS MARKET

1. “All That Glitters” • Danielle Steel

2. “A Death Valley Christmas” • Johnstone/Johnstone

3. “Tom Clancy: Shadow of the Dragon” • Marc Cameron

4. “The Law of Innocence” • Michael Connelly

5. “The Perfect Christmas” • Debbie Macomber

6. “Fortune and Glory” • Janet Evanovich

7. “Hell for Breakfast” • Johnstone/Johnstone

8. “The Silent Wife” • Karin Slaughter

9. “The 19th Christmas” • Patterson/Paetro

10. “Dune” (movie tie-in) • Frank Herbert

TRADE PAPERBACK

1. “Lore Olympus, Vol. 1” • Rachel Smythe

2. “The Babylon Bee Guide to Wokeness” • Babylon Bee

3. “The Love Hypothesis” • Ali Hazelwood

4. “My Hero Academia: Ultra Analysis” • Kohei Horikoshi

5. “Attack on Titan 34” • Hajime Isayama

6. “2 Sisters Detective Agency” • Patterson/Fox

7. “Dune” (movie tie-in) • Frank Herbert

8. “Where the Crawdads Sing” • Delia Owens

9. “St. Joseph Sunday Missal” • Catholic Book Publishing

10. “Ottolenghi Test Kitchen: Shelf Love” • Murad/Ottolenghi

Here are the bestsellers at area independent stores for the week that ended Nov. 7. Stores reporting: the Book House, Left Bank Books, Main Street Books, the Novel Neighbor, Subterranean Books.

ADULTS

1. “Stranger in the Lifeboat” • Mitch Albom

2. “Dune” (movie tie-in) • Frank Herbert

3. “The Storyteller” • Dave Grohl

4. “Lore Olympus: Volume One” • Rachel Smythe

5. “The Broken Heart of America” • Walter Johnson

6. “Vanderbilt” • Anderson Cooper

7. “Beautiful World, Where Are You” • Sally Rooney

8. “Kevin Smith’s Secret Stash” • Kevin Smith

9. “A Marvellous Light” • Freya Marske

10. “Dinosaur Therapy” • James Stewart

CHILDREN/YOUNG ADULTS

1. “Big Shot” • Jeff Kinney

2. “A Court of Mist and Fury” • Sarah J. Maas

3. “The Cruel Prince” • Holly Black

4. “Dream Street” • Tricia Elam Walker

5. “Beyond the Gender Binary” • Alok Vaid-Menon

6. “Starfish” • Lisa Fipps

7. “Our Table” • Peter H. Reynolds

8. “These Violent Delights” • Chloe Gong

9. “The Atlas Obscura Explorer’s Guide for the World’s Most Adventurous Kid” • Dylan Thuras

10. “Daughter of the Deep” • Rick Riordan

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