Books we have in our top ten this week: two cookbooks, one children's book, and loads of great fiction.
Books we don't have in our top ten this week: colouring books.
Yes, dear readers, we've done it again! For the second straight week in a Very Long Time, we have no colouring boosk appearing in our best-sellers list this week. While most of the top ten titles have simply changed places from last week, or remained on top for a third consecutive week, we do have one exciting (and delicious) new addition to the list.
What book is it? Read on to find out!
Our top ten best-selling books for the week ending Saturday 16 January were:
1. All the Light we Cannot See by Anthony Doerr
2. Simply Nigella: Feel Good Food by Nigella Lawson
3. The Dressmaker: Film Tie-In Edition by Rosalie Ham
4. A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara
5. Star Wars: The Force Awakens Film Tie-In by Alan Dean Foster
6. My Brilliant Friend (The Neapolitan Novels Book 1) by Elena Ferrante
7. The Revenant (Film Tie-In Edition) by Michael Punke
8. The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins
9. Old School (Diary of a Wimpy Kid Book 10) by Jeff Kinney
10. I Quit Sugar: Simplicious by Sarah Wilson
The extraordinary Nigella Lawson has made her top ten list debut with her latest cookbook, Simply Nigella: Feel Good Food. Nigella was in Sydney last week, where she delighted one crowd at the Sydney Opera House and another the following day for the Dymocks Literary Lunch event. Melissa Doyle was a wonderful host, and Nigella charmed anyone who was fortunate enought to meet her.
It seems that fiction books are the book of choice for summer reading, and six of our top ten books this week are fiction titles. This is your last week to take advantage of our buy two, get the third book free offer on summer's coolest 100 reads. You can view the full list of titles here.
It's also your last week to make your vote count in the 2016 Top 101 books list. You can vote online, and here are some book battle warmup rounds to get you in the voting spirit.