SF/F/H on General Bestseller Lists
Very little change since last week; the Harry Potter books and Crichton's Timeline continue to dominate the general bestseller lists. Harry Potter occupies the top three slots on the NYT, SFC, and WSJ lists, while Timeline is #2 at WP and #1 on both Amazon's and BookSense's hardcover fiction lists.
Stephen King's Hearts of Atlantis remains #10 at NYT, is up four to #23 at USAT (the combined hc/pb f/nf list), one to #5 at Amazon, and down 2 to #7 at WSJ; it's back on the PW list at #10, but has dropped off the BookSense list. King's paperback The Green Mile (Pocket), spurred by the release of the Tom Hanks movie version, is doing well on paperback fiction lists: #4 at NYT, #5 at LAT, #7 at Amazon, and #1 at PW.
William Gibson's All Tomorrow's Parties hangs on in San Francisco, where it's up two this week to #13. Thomas Harris's Hannibal has dropped four to #21 at NYT and remains #16 at Amazon. Harris's book is still selling well in Britain, where it's #6 on the London Times' list.
In Britain, Terry Pratchett ranks #3 on both the hardcover and paperback fiction lists of the London Times, with The Fifth Elephant and Carpe Jugulum respectively. The two books rank #2 and #1, respectively, on this week's Amazon.co.uk SF bestseller list.
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