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.
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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.
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.
The Night Circus holds strong in first place for the second straight week, with George R.R. Martin gobbling up the remaining four slots.
An geek’s dream team of interviews this week, with all-star authors like Lev Grossman, Patrick Rothfuss, Scott Lynch, Daniel Abraham, Peter S. Beagle, and more. The Night Circus makes some noise, placing in first in Amazon’s top 5 fantasy bestseller list for the week, and the detailed observer will notice reviews and interviews with author Erin Morgenstern popping up around the ‘webs. The talk is Harry Potter fans are hungry, and The Night Circus may be just the dish. Also, for a few weeks in a row, old-school “Choose Your Own Adventure” style books are making appearances in the fantasy blogosphere. Did someone say comeback?
- Review: The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern @ The Guardian
- Review: The Magicians by Lev Grossman @ The Guardian
- Review: Ghost Story by Jim Butcher @ Geeks of Doom
- Review: Shadow Games by Glen Cook @ Fantasy Book Review
- Interview: Lev Grossman @ Forward: The Jewish Daily
- Interview: Patrick Rothfuss @ Speculate!
- Interview: Scott Lynch @ Threat or Menace
- Interview: Daniel Abraham @ MTV
- Interview: Peter S. Beagle @ Oberon’s Law
- Interview: Michael Stackpole @ TeleRead
- Interview: Brent Weeks @ SF Signal
- Interview: Mark Charan Newton @ Mail & Guardian
- Interview: Erin Morgenstern @ Suvudu
- Publishers: Gollancz buys self-published game series DestinyQuest @ The BookSeller.com
Martin is finally dethroned after spending 13 weeks in first place, and pushed not into second, but third place, with The Night Circus and The Way of Shadows vaulting into first and second, respectively.