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The Millions Top Ten: March 2012

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We spend plenty of time here on The Millions telling all of you what we’ve been reading, but we are also quite interested in hearing about what you’ve been reading. By looking at our Amazon stats, we can see what books Millions readers have been buying, and we decided it would be fun to use those stats to find out what books have been most popular with our readers in recent months. Below you’ll find our Millions Top Ten list for March.

This
Month
Last
Month
Title On List
1. 2. cover 1Q84 6 months
2. 3. cover Pulphead 4 months
3. 4. cover The Marriage Plot 6 months
4. 6. cover The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains 4 months
5. 7. cover The Book of Disquiet 4 months
6. 5. cover The Gift: Creativity and the Artist in the Modern World 4 months
7. 8. cover The Art of Fielding 6 months
8. 9. cover Lightning Rods 6 months
9. - cover New American Haggadah 1 month
10. 10. cover Train Dreams 2 months

Ann Patchett’s Kindle Single The Getaway Car: A Practical Memoir About Writing and Life has graduated to our Hall of Fame, and Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 slides back into the top spot.

Debuting on our list is Jonathan Safran Foer and Nathan Englander’s New American Haggadah, just in time for Passover. We reviewed the new take on an ancient religous text last month. Next month should see a lot of movement on our list as we’re likely to see four books graduate to the Hall of Fame, meaning we’ll see four new titles debut.

Near Misses: Visual Storytelling: Inspiring a New Visual Language, The Sense of an Ending, Leaving the Atocha Station, The Great Frustration, and The Patrick Melrose Novels: Never Mind, Bad News, Some Hope, and Mother’s Milk. See Also: Last month’s list.





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