Bestsellers this week

James Patterson’s action thriller Now You See Her (Century) has made its way to the top of both the bestsellers chart and fastest movers chart this week. A Clash of Kings (George R R Martin, HarperVoyager), the second novel in the epic fantasy series ‘A Song of Ice and Fire’, follows in second place on the fastest movers chart. Jamie’s 30-minute Meals (Jamie Oliver, Michael Joseph) has dropped down to second place and 4 Ingredients Kids (Kim McCosker & Rachael Bermingham, 4 Ingredients) is in third place on the bestsellers chart. People’s Republic (Hachette), the 13th book in the ‘Cherub’ series by Robert Muchamore, is first on the highest new entries chart followed by Charles Massy’s book about the Australian wool industry, Breaking the Sheep’s Back (UQP)–Weekly Book Newsletter.

Bestsellers this week

Now You See Her (Century), James Patterson’s latest action thriller about a woman who has rebuilt her life after her perfect existence is shattered–only to have to go back to confront what she fled–is first on the highest new entries chart. The book is also third on the bestsellers chart, preceded by 4 Ingredients Kids (Kim McCosker & Rachael Bermingham, 4 Ingredients) in second place, and Jamie’s 30-minute Meals (Jamie Oliver, Michael Joseph) in first.  After winning several awards at the recent Australian Book Industry Awards, Anh Do’s novel about his family’s emigration from Vietnam by boat, The Happiest Refugee (A&U), is fourth on the bestsellers chart and first on the fastest movers chart–Weekly Book Newsletter.

Bestsellers this week

Go the F**k to Sleep (Adam Mansbach, Text) tops the fastest movers chart this week, while also making an appearance on the bestsellers chart in sixth place. Following in second place on the fastest movers chart is Jaycee Lee Dugard’s memoir A Stolen Life (S&S), which tells the story of the author’s kidnapping and 18 years of captivity in her kidnapper’s backyard. The book is also in fifth place on the bestsellers chart. Jamie’s 30-minute Meals (Jamie Oliver, Michael Joseph) is still number one on the bestsellers chart, followed again by 4 Ingredients Kids (Kim McCosker & Rachael Bermingham, 4 Ingredients). Children’s book The Octonauts and the Great Ghost Reef (Meomi, HarperCollins) is first on the highest new entries chart followed by David F Dufty’s Lost in Transit (Victory Books)–Weekly Book Newsletter.

Bestsellers this week

4 Ingredients Kids (Kim McCosker & Rachael Bermingham, 4 Ingredients), the latest cookbook in the series, containing 270 ‘child-friendly’ recipes, tops the fastest movers chart and appears in fourth place on the bestsellers chart this week.  New to the bestsellers chart, in third place, is Danielle Steele’s latest novel, Happy Birthday (Bantam); a story about three different people who reach a critical turning point in their lives on the same day–their birthday. Jamie’s 30-minute Meals (Jamie Oliver, Michael Joseph) is again in second place on the bestsellers chart while Lauren Kate’s paranormal romance novel, Passion (Doubleday), is first on the bestsellers chart for the fourth week running. The Temple Mount Code (Charles Brokaw, Michael Joseph), third book in the ‘Thomas Lourds’ Series, is top of the highest new entries chart, followed by winter-warmer cookbook 500 Slow-cooker Dishes (Carol Beckerman, New Holland)–Weekly Book Newsletter.