“Exiles” by Jane Harper retained the top spot for the second month in a row with 3,519 sales (+608).
Coming in second and new to the list was “It Starts with Us” by Colleen Hoover with 1,757 sales. Another new title, “Lucy by the Sea”, from the Booker-shortlisted author Elizabeth Strout, was third with 1,559 sales.
New to the list and taking top spot for September’s Bestsellers was”Exiles” by Jane Harper with 2,911 sales. ‘The 156-Story Treehouse”, the twelfth book in the illustrated chapter book series by Andy Griffiths and Terry Dalton was second with 2,206 sales.
Richard Osman’s “The Bullet That Missed” (#3 The Thursday Murder Club) came in close behind with 2, 195 sales.
“The Boy from Boomerang Crescent” by Eddie Betts was top of the August Bestseller list with 1,344 sales. “So You Want To Live Younger Longer? The Ultimate Guide to Longevity From Australia’s Most Trusted Doctor” came in a very close second with 1,325 sales (+855). “Lessons in Chemistry” returned to the top three (previously seen in June) with 1,216 sales (+144).
“Horse” by Geraldine Brooks remained the number one seller for July with 1889 sales (+448). “Where the Crawdads Sing” returned to the top 3 with 1,300 sales (+741). Third spot and new to the list was “Crash Course (Wolf Girl #7)” with 1299 sales.
Once again two new titles secure first and second position on the list. “Horse” by Geraldine Brooks was the number one seller for June with 1,441 sales. “Dirt Town” came second with 1,213 sales.
Third spot for the second month in a row was “Lessons in Chemistry” with 909 sales (-223).
Two new titles took first and second this month. “The Murder Rule” by Dervla McTiernan took number one spot with 2,137 sales and “The World’s Worst Pets” came second with 1,397 sales.
Third spot went to “Lessons in Chemistry which was down one position from April with 1132 sales (-225).
Lots of new titles join April’s Best Seller list. “Ten Steps to Nanette” by Hannah Gadsby takes the number one spot with 914 sales. Bonnie Garmus comes in close behind with “Lessons in Chemistry”, 907 sales.
Third spot goes to another of the “Wings of Fire” books, “The Flames of Hope” nicely timed for a good school holiday read. It sold 851 copies.
Sarah Winman’s “Still Life” moved up from second last month to top position in March with 848 sales (-23). Close behind was Trent Dalton’s “Love Stories Uplifting True Stories about Love” with 789 sales (-404). Popular author, Marian Keyes moved up from 11th into third with “Again Rachel”, selling 732 copies (+140).
Trent Dalton’s “Love Stories Uplifting True Stories about Love” retained the number one spot for the third month running with 1,193 sales (-485). Coming in second again was Sarah Winman’s “Still Life” with 871 sales (-347).
An exciting new addition to the list was best-selling author, Isabel Allende’s “Violeta” coming third with with 808 sales.
Trent Dalton’s “Love Stories Uplifting True Stories about Love” retained the number one spot in January with 1,678 sales (-2,132). Second was Still Life with 1,218 sales, up from fifth place (-1,740).
“The Fast 800 Keto: Eat well, burn fat, manage your weight long term” was third with 1,072 sales.