The Vampire King debuts at number 4 this week, with Kindle books continuing to reign supreme.
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All Kindle, all day, baby. Kindle, and digital sales in general, are on a skyrocketing path to the moon in 2012. George R.R. Martin continues to own the top 5, and with season 2 of the Game of Thrones HBO series opener a little more than a month away, expect to see healthy sales in the series continue.
This Christmas weekend Stephen King’s Kindle edition swaps place with his hardcover edition for first place, A Game of Thrones jumps in front of A Dance with Dragons, and a .99 Kindle book makes the top 5.
Here’s hoping you receive all your literary wishes this holiday season!
The hardcover versions of the latest by King and Martin take precedence this Christmas week, as it seems like giving a physical object still feels more appropriate as a gift for the moment.
Stephen King sits on top this holiday season, with George R.R. Martin continuing to sell novels like hot cakes.
Stephen King continues to dominate the holiday season, but George R.R. Martin is still scooping up large swaths of bestseller weeks. Its likely Martin will rank first for the annual review.
- 11/22/63: A Novel (Kindle) by Stephen King
- 11/22/63: A Novel (Hardcover) by Stephen King
- A Dance with Dragons (Kindle) by George R.R. Martin
- A Game of Thrones (Kindle) by George R.R. Martin
- Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West (Audiobook) by Gregory Maguire
Stephen King takes first and second this week, with two different formats of the same novel. A Dance with Dragons remains strong, with The Allow of Law by Brandon Sanderson making its debut in fifth.
George R.R. Martin continues to own the majority of books in the top 5 with Erin Morgenstern holding first place. Stephen King’s latest rounds out the top 5 this week.
A few reviews this week, but the real story is the interview onslaught, kicked off by a Brandon Sanderson sitting down with Fantasy Magazine, and continuing with a plethora of interviews with authors like R.A Salvatore, George R.R. Martin, Lev Grossman, and others.
- Review: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by J.K Rowling @ Best Fantasy Books
- Review: Gauntlgrym by R.A. Salvatore @ Fantasy Book Review
- Review: The Crippled God by Steven Erikson @ Fantasy Book Review
- Interview: Brandon Sanderson @ Fantasy Magazine
- Interview: R.A. Salvatore @ Apex Book Company
- Interview: George R.R. Martin @ The Sound of Young America
- Interview: Lev Grossman @ The Agony Column
- Interview: Peter V. Brett @ Fantasy Faction
- Interview: Ursula K. Le Guin @ Vimeo
- Interview: George R.R. Martin @ MTV Geek
- Interview: Daniel Abraham @ MTV Geek
George R.R. Martin drops down to fourth, with a slew of new books making the top five. The Night Circus continues its reign in first place.