John Grisham, Neil deGrasse Tyson top best-sellers lists




1. ‘Camino Island,’ John Grisham

2. ‘The Silent Corner,’ Dean Koontz

3. ‘The Identicals,’ Elin Hilderbrand

4. ‘Into the Water,’ Paula Hawkins

5. ‘Dangerous Minds,’ Janet Evanovich

6. ‘Tom Clancy: Point of Contact,’ Mike Maden

7. ‘Kiss Carlo,’ Adriana Trigiani

8. ‘Dragon Teeth,’ Michael Crichton

9. ‘Come Sundown,’ Nora Roberts

10. ‘The Force,’ Don Winslow


1. ‘Astrophysics for People in a Hurry,’ Neil deGrasse Tyson

2. ‘Hillbilly Elegy,’ J.D. Vance

3. ‘Al Franken, Giant of the Senate,’ Al Franken

4. ‘Understanding Trump,’ Newt Gingrich

5. ‘I Can’t Make This Up,’ Kevin Hart with Neil Strauss

6. ‘Theft by Finding,’ David Sedaris

7. ‘Option B,’ Sheryl Sandberg and Adam Grant

8. ‘Bill O’Reilly’s Legends and Lies: The Civil War,’ David Fisher

9. ‘Killers of the Flower Moon,’ David Grann

10. ‘Hue 1968,’ Mark Bowden


1. ‘The Woman in Cabin 10,’ Ruth Ware

2. ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ Margaret Atwood

3. ‘Milk and Honey,’ Rupi Kaur

4. ‘All the Light We Cannot See,’ Anthony Doerr

5. ‘Lilac Girls,’ Martha Hall Kelly

6. ‘A Man Called Ove,’ Fredrik Backman

7. ‘The Couple Next Door,’ Shari Lapena

8. ‘All the Missing Girls,’ Megan Miranda

9. ‘The Nightingale,’ Kristin Hannah

10. ‘The Alchemist,’ Paulo Coelho





1. ‘White Fur,’ Jardine Libaire

2. ‘Sins of the Younger Sons,’ Jan Reid

3. ‘The Handmaid’s Tale,’ Margaret Atwood

4. ‘Isadora,’ Amelia Gray

5. ‘The Force,’ Don Winslow

6. ‘Milk and Honey,’ Rupi Kaur

7. ‘Ready Player One,’ Ernest Cline

8. ‘Before We Were Yours,’ Lisa Wingate

9. ‘Station Eleven,’ Emily St John Mandel

10. ‘American Gods,’ Neil Gaiman


1. ‘We Are Never Meeting in Real Life,’ Samantha Irby

2. ‘Hunger,’ Roxane Gay

3. ‘Theft by Finding,’ David Sedaris

4. ‘The Rules Do Not Apply,’ Ariel Levy

5. ‘The Swimming Holes of Texas,’ Julie Wernersbach

6. ‘Astrophysics for People in a Hurry,’ Neil deGrasse Tyson

7. ‘Al Franken, Giant of the Senate,’ Al Franken

8. ‘The Subtle Art of Not Giving a (Expletive),’ Mark Manson

9. ‘No Is Not Enough,’ Naomi Klein

10. ‘You Are Here,’ Jenny Lawson


1. ‘Roar,’ Cora Carmack

2. ‘Revenge of the Star Survivors,’ Michael Merschel

3. ‘Dragons Love Tacos 2: The Sequel,’ Adam Rubin

4. ‘Oh, the Places You’ll Go!’ Dr. Seuss

5. ‘The Trials of Apollo, Book Two: The Dark Prophecy,’ Rick Riordan

6. ‘She Persisted,’ Chelsea Clinton

7. ‘ABCs of ATX,’ Kelly Sharp

8. ‘The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors,’ Drew Daywalt

9. ‘A Darker Shade of Magic,’ V.E. Schwab

10. ‘Everything, Everything,’ Nicola Yoon

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