Bestselling Fiction of the Week 10/7/16

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.


after you
Image credit: WHSmith


#1 AFTER YOU – Jojo Moyes

For another week, 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 FOOL ME ONCE – Harlan Coben

#5 WHERE MY HEART USED TO BEAT – Sebastian Faulks



Image credit: Waterstones


#1 AFTER YOU – Jojo Moyes

#2 THE PAST – Tessa Hadley

Four siblings meet up in their grandparents’ old house for three weeks on holiday. It’s not just the summer that’s heated though, as family tensions rise and threaten to tear them apart.

#3 LUCKIEST GIRL ALIVE – Jessica Knoll

#4 ME BEFORE YOU – Jojo Moyes

#5 WHERE MY HEART USED TO BEAT – Sebastian Faulks



Image credit: Amazon

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


#1 THE GAMES – James Patterson and Mark Sullivan

Forward-looking, relevant, but hopefully not prophetic, this novel follows Jack Morgan, part of an international security and consulting firm, as he is hired by the Olympic organisers of the Rio games.

#2 ME BEFORE YOU – Jojo Moyes 

#3 FIRST COMES LOVE – Emily Griffin

#4 SHADOW RIDER – Christine Freehan

#5 THE GIRLS – Emma Cline


Image credit: Amazon


#1 THE GIRL WHO LIED – Sue Fortin (Kindle)

A psychological thriller that tells the story of a friendship broken by a fatal accident, lies, secrets, and a thirst for revenge.

#2 THE SISTER – Louise Jensen (Kindle)

#3 THE RACKETEER – John Grisham (Kindle)

#4 AFTER YOU – Jojo Moyes (Kindle)


The Roundup: Jojo Moyes’ sequel to Me Before You is still standing strong in every single chart. Otherwise a variety across the charts, with a re-emergence of Behind Closed Doors and The Girl on the Train back in the bestsellers’ lists.


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