Book Trends – The Week’s Top Trending Books

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Books with Movie and TV Tie-Ins Continue to Trend

A list of the hottest book titles from last week, based on Google searches, sales, and social media mentions.

V C Andrews Seeds of YesterdaySeeds of Yesterday by V.C. Andrews is the 4th book in the Dollanger series, which began with the classic horror thriller Flowers in the Attic. The movie of Seeds of Yesterday was released in April, 2015

Child 44 – The first thriller in a trilogy set in Stalin’s Russia, about the investigation of a series of horrific murders of children. Trending Thriller Child 44

Baseball Dads: The Game’s Greatest Players Reflect on Their Fathers’s and the Game They Love – Just released and just in time for father’s day, reflections on fatherhood from baseball greats

Baseball Dads Father's Day Book

The Longest Ride – Nicholas Sparks’ 17th romance novel was released in 2013 and continues to trend

Outlander by Diana Gabaldon is experiencing a surge, probably based on the recent controversial STARZ network mini-series

When Life Takes What Matters – A self-help book that “looks at loss from God’s perspective”

Imperfect Endings Zoe Fitzgerald CarterImperfect Endings:A Daughter’s Tale of Life and Death – The uplifiting family drama by Zoe Fitzgerald Carter

Wolf Hall, the critically acclaimed historical fiction sensation by Hllary Mantel set in the court of Henry the 8th continues to be one of the most mentioned and searched for books this week.


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