William Gibson's Pattern Recognition still ranks on 7 lists this week. Robert Jordan's Crossroads of Twilight remains on 5 lists, Michael Crichton's Prey on 4 lists.
Three hardcovers debut this week: Troy Denning's Star Wars novel Tatooine Ghost (Del Rey) debuts on 2 lists, plus Amazon's not-yet-published list; Matthew Delaney's Jinn (St. Martin's) is on one list; and Mercedes Lackey's Joust (DAW) is a runner-up on the New York Times list, and ranks on Amazon's NYP list.
Sharon Lee & Steve Miller's Tomorrow Log (Meisha Merlin) moves off Amazon's NYP list to the fiction paperback list, debuting there at #25.
Elsewhere, Robert J. Sawyer's Humans (Tor) has debuted at #10 on the hardcover fiction list in Canada's Globe and Mail for Saturday March 15. Robert Jordan ranks on that list at #2, Troy Denning at #9, and Stephen King's Dreamcatcher is #4 on the paperback fiction list.
In Australia, the Top Ten Bestsellers at Dymocks includes Jordan's Crossroads of Twilight in 5th place. Dymocks has a separate science fiction list, led by Jordan and including books by Tolkien, McCaffrey, Adams, and Australians Garth Nix (3 titles in the top 10), Jennifer Fallon, and Sean Williams & Shane Dix.
(Bookmark this link, Locus Online Bestsellers, for automatic redirection to the latest week's chart.)