International: 30 best-selling books of the week of August 20

Compiled by Bookmanager from weekly sales statistics from over 250 Canadian independent bookstores.

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1. Elizabeth Finch: A Novel, by Geraldine Brooks.

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2. The book eaters, by Sunyi Dean.

3. Ride, by Faith Erin Hicks.

4. Acting Class, by Nick Drnaso.

5. Jujutsu Kaisen: Volume 17, by Gégé Akutami.

6. Grand Master of Demonic Cultivation: Mo Dao Zu Shi, by Mo Xiang Tong Xiu.

7. Crazy about you: a novel, by Mhairi McFarlane.

8. The Oleander Sword, by Tasha Suri.

9. Rosie the Twilight Dragon, by Maddy Mara.

10. If Nietzsche was a narwhal, by Justin Gregg.


1. Sea of ​​Tranquility: A Novel, by Emily St. John Mandel.

2. Lapvona: a novel, by Ottessa Moshfegh.

3. Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow: a novel, by Gabrielle Zevin.

4. All the seas of the world, by Guy Gavriel Kay.

5. Elizabeth Finch: A Novel, by Geraldine Brooks.

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6. Horse: a novel, by Geraldine Brooks.

7. Before the Coffee Gets Cold: A Novel, by Toshikazu Kawaguchi.

8. The Last White Man: A Novel, by Mohsin Hamid.

9. To Kill a Troubadour: A Bruno, Chief of Police Novel, by Martin Walker.

10. Ordinary Monsters: A Novel, by J.M. Miro.


1. The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse, by Charlie Mackeysy.

2. Atomic Habits: An easy and proven way to build good habits and break bad ones, by James Clear.

3. Atlas of the Heart, by Brene Brown.

4. Restraint Order, by Bill Broder.

5. Rehearsals to live, by Robyn Maynard and Leanne Betasamosake Simpson.

6. Happy-Go-Lucky, by David Sedaris.

7. Half-cooked harvest every day: recipes for balanced, flexible and comforting meals, by Tieghan Gerard.

8. Crying in H Mart: A Memoir, by Michelle Zauner.

9. Running towards danger: Confrontations with a corpus of memories, by Sarah Polley.

10. A Huge World: How Animal Senses Reveal the Hidden Realms Around Us, by Ed Yong.

— Compiled by Bookmanager based on weekly sales statistics from over 250 Canadian independent bookstores.

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