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Our top ten best-selling books this week 11 January edition


There's a very slight chance that the colouring book craze might be slowing down. Our proof? There's only one adult colouring book in our top ten this week. One!

This is quite a different story to our top ten from a few weeks ago, where we had five (out of a possible ten) adult colouring books in the list. 

While we've all enjoyed getting mindful with colouring, there is great comfort to be found within the pages of a good book and judging from the shape of our top ten, our Booklovers have been enjoying many good books this week.

Our top ten best-selling books for the week ending Saturday 9 January were:


1.     All the Light we Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
2.     The Lake House by Kate Morton
3.     The Dressmaker: Film Tie-In Edition by Rosalie Ham
4.     Old School (Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book 10) by Jeff Kinney
5.     The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
6.     My Brilliant Friend (The Neapolitan Novels Book 1) by Elena Ferrante
7.     I Quit Sugar: Simplicious by Sarah Wilson
8.     A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara
9.     The Revenant (Film Tie-In Edition) by Michael Punke
10.   Lost Ocean by Johanna Basford

Sarah Wilson's latest I Quit Sugar book is back in our top ten this week, and we wonder if there are a few people out there who have resolved to cut back on sugar this year. If so, we support you 100%! Sarah Wilson is in fact one of the Australian pioneers of removing sugar from the diet, and we think her books are excellent. 

Hanya Yanagihara's Man Booker Prize-nominated novel makes its Dymocks top ten debut this week. Our well-read staff voted it in at number one in their list of best books of 2015, which you can read here, but all reports suggest it's not an easy read. We recommend you read while cradling a box of tissues. 

Another book making its top ten debut is Michael Punke's 2002 novel, which has of course been adapted into a Golden Globe Award-winning film. Do you like to read the book before you see the film? If so, you should check out this list, which runs through some of the book-to-film adaptations coming to our screens in 2016.

Posted by Global Administrator on 11/01/2016