8 new books enter the list

Eight new books were added to Amazon’s best-selling books list last week, which meant a few more changes elsewhere on the list. It’s time to check out the full list.

We are in a new week and many new books are purchased. This is not surprising as summer is coming and people love to relax in their gardens or on the beach with a book or two.

The eight new books that have joined the list this week have certainly caused quite a stir. Six of crows by Leigh Bardugo took it off the list last week after only entering it the week before. The other Shadow and bone books were also knocked over in a few places, with the first book coming out on top.

Two new books occupied the top two places on the list. It shouldn’t be surprising that Andy Weir Hail Mary project was one of those books because it was the highest new addition among the most read books. However, it was not the highest new addition. Laura Dave The last thing he said to me claimed this first place.

Sooley down, The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue up

There was only one book that won places on the list (if you don’t count new books and re-entries). The invisible life of Addie LaRue by VE Schwab moved up three spots on Amazon’s best-selling books list last week.

Other books have seen downward movements, with Prey of the ocean by John Sandford losing the most with eight places lost. Sooley by John Grisham and Siege and storm by Leigh Bardugo weren’t too far behind losing five places on the list.

Best Selling Amazon Books Last Week: May 9-15, 2021

  1. The last thing he said to me by Laura Dave (new addition)
  2. Hail Mary project by Andy Weir (new addition)
  3. Shadow and bone by Leigh Bardugo (-2)
  4. 21st birthday by James Patterson & Maxine Paetro (new addition)
  5. The four winds by Kristin Hannah (-1)
  6. The midnight library by Matt Haig (-1)
  7. Sooley by John Grisham (-5)
  8. Siege and storm by Leigh Bardugo (-5)
  9. Summer on the cliffs by Sunny Hostin (new addition)
  10. Ruin and rise by Leigh Bardugo (-4)
  11. A game man by David Baldacci (-4)
  12. Where the Crawdads sing by Delia Owens (-3)
  13. These tangled vines by Julianne MacLean (new addition)
  14. Frightfully Fortune by Jana Deleon (new addition)
  15. Oh the places you’ll go by Dr Seuss (back to school)
  16. Prey of the ocean by John Sandford (-8)
  17. The invisible life of Addie LaRue by VE Schwab (+3)
  18. The things you save in a fire by Katherine Center (new addition)
  19. Large circle by Maggie Shipstead (new addition)
  20. Half gone by Brit Bennett (reentry)

What Amazon books are you reading right now? Which ones are you receiving this week? Let us know in the comments below.

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