Neill: Canada’s best sellers

Michael Neill’s list of best selling books are compiled from sales at independent bookstores across Canada.

Hardcover fiction

1 The Cat’s Table

Michael Ondaatje $32

2 11/22/63: A Novel

Stephen King $39.99

3 The Virgin Cure

Ami McKay $32

4 The Sense of an Ending

Julian Barnes $25

5 The Litigators

John Grisham $31

6 The Night Circus

E Morgenstern $32

7 A Dance with Dragons

GRR Martin $38

8 I Am Half-Sick of Shadows

A Bradley $29.95

9 1q84

H Murakami $35

Hardcover non-fiction

1 Steve Jobs

W Isaacson $36.99

2 Go the F**K to Sleep

Mansbach & Cortes $16.95

3 Oliver’s Twist

Craig Oliver $34

4 Into the Silence: The Great War, Mallory, Conquest of Everest

Wade Davis $35

5 Here’s Mike: With Junkyard Annie, Whistling Bernie Smith, Robertson

Mike McCardell $32.95

6 Nation Maker: Sir John A. Macdonald

Richard Gwyn $37

7 Eating Dirt: Deep Forests, Big Timber, and Life with the Tree-Planting Tribe

C Gill $29.95

8 Cornered: Hijinks, Highlights, Late Nights and Insights

Ron MacLean & KM Day $33.99

New releases

1 Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Cabin Fever

Jeff Kinney $16.95

2 How to Steal a Dragon’s Sword

C Cowell $10.99

3 Smokin’ Seventeen: A Stephanie Plum Novel

J Evanovich $10.99

4 V is for Vengeance

Sue Grafton $32.50

5 Snuff: Discworld

Terry Pratchett $32

6 Devil’s Gate

C Cussler $32.50

7 The Looneyspoons Collection

J&G Podleski $34.95

8 The Book of Holiday Awesome

N Pasricha $22.95

9 Bubble in the Bathtub

Jo Nesbo $7.99

10 How I Got This Way

Regis Philbin $28.99

11 Kill Alex Cross

J Patterson $31.99

12 Beyond Home Ranch

D Phillips $34.95

13 Then Again

Diane Keaton $30

14 Prosecuting Casey Anthony

Ashton & Pulitzer $29.99


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