Bestselling Fiction of the Week 3/7/16

Every Sunday I’ll be posting the week’s top 5 selling fiction books, from WHSmith, Waterstones, the New York Times, and Amazon!

Titles in bold are books which appear in more than one list.

WHSmithafter you

#1 AFTER YOU – Jojo Moyes

The sequel to the bestselling novel and recent film (starring Game of Thrones’Emilia Clarke), the novel’s protagonist Lou Clarke must now face life after Will. She joins a support group to help her move on and maybe even fall in love again…?

#2 THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN – Paula Hawkins

#3 GET EVEN – Martina Cole

#4/#5 ME BEFORE YOU – Jojo Moyes (#5 is the movie tie-in book)

#5 GO SET A WATCHMAN – Harper Lee



redch#1 AFTER YOU – Jojo Moyes


A woman from a small Irish village becomes enamoured with a mysterious foreign healer. However, her world is turned upside down when he is arrested for being a war criminal.

#3 ME BEFORE YOU – Jojo Moyes

#4 THE PAST – Tessa Hadley

#5 THE ESSEX SERPENT – Sarah Perry


New York Times (Combined Print and E-book fiction)

endofw#1 ME BEFORE YOU – Jojo Moyes 

#2 END OF WATCH – Stephen King

The Hodges trilogy (Mr Mercedes and Finders Keepers) comes to a thrilling conclusion, combining detective fiction and supernatural suspense.

#3 THE PURSUIT – Janet Evanovich and Lee Goldberg

#4 BAY OF SIGHS – Nora Roberts

#5 HERE’S TO US – Elin Hilderbrand



You-And-Me-Always#1 YOU AND ME, ALWAYS – Jill Mansell

Love, loss, secrets, a love triangle – the quiet Cotswolds town of Stanton Langley won’t stay quiet for very long…


#3 AFTER YOU – Jojo Moyes

#4 DOUBT – C. E. Tobisman

#5 AFTER YOU – Jojo Moyes (Kindle)

The Roundup: It’s fairly safe to say that Jojo Moyes is dominating every chart this week with her bestselling novel Me Before You and its sequel, After You – thanks, in part, to the star-studded film that has just been released.


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