Will Wight’s Reaper Joins The List



A New Week brings a new selection of the most read Amazon books. The majority of the list has remained the same, but there have been two new additions.

The first of two new additions was combine by Will Wight. He landed in 14th place, knocking a few pounds off the list.

In 19th place, Game enabled by Janet Evanovich has joined the list. This is another book by Stephanie Plum that is sure to get fans devoured quickly.

The top of the list remained unchanged, but there was movement a little further down the list. This move wasn’t just due to the two new additions.

Better of Dead and Eye of the World go up

Better to die by Lee CHild and Andrew Child only joined Amazon’s list of most read books the week before. He moved up three spots this week, comfortably entering the Top 10 in eighth place. This meant that some of the Harry potter the pounds have lost positions, with Prisoner of azkaban get out of the Top 10.

Eye of the world by Robert Jordan won two places. It is not surprising with The wheel of time premiered on Amazon Prime Video at the end of this week. Potential fans peruse the first book before watching the series.

Hail Mary project by Andy Weir and Billy Summers by Stephen King were among the books falling on the list. This was largely due to Eye of the world go up and new books joining the list.

Most Read Amazon Books: November 7-13

  1. Dune by Frank Herbert (-)
  2. Apples never fall by Liane Moriarty (-)
  3. The list of judges by John Grisham (-)
  4. Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by JK Rowling (-)
  5. Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by JK Rowling (-)
  6. Harry potter and the sorcerer’s stone by JK Rowling (-)
  7. Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles (-)
  8. Better to die by Lee Child and Andrew Child (+3)
  9. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows by JK Rowling (-1)
  10. Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince by JK Rowling (-1)
  11. Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban by JK Rowling (-1)
  12. Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by JK Rowling (-)
  13. Eye of the world by Robert Jordan (+2)
  14. combine by Will Wight (new addition)
  15. Hail Mary project by Andy Weir (-2)
  16. State of terror by Louise Penny and Hillary Rodham Clinton (-2)
  17. The last thing he said to me by Laura Dave (-1)
  18. The midnight library by Matt Haig (-1)
  19. Game enabled by Janet Evanovich (new addition)
  20. Billy Summers by Stephen King (-2)

What Amazon books are you reading right now? What’s on the must-read list from previous weeks? Share your opinion in the comments below.

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