Top Reads: James Patterson & Michael Ledwidge's GONE Tops New York Times' Fiction List, Week Ending 10/20
James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge's GONE debuted at the top of the New York Times' fiction list for the week ending Oct. 20, bumping Stephen King's latest thriller DOCTOR SLEEP to the second spot. Nicholas Sparks' THE LONGEST RIDE also shifted down one position this week, ending up in the third spot.
On the non-fiction side of the things, Bill O'Reilly and Martin Dugard's KILLING JESUS held on to the top spot, with Malcolm Gladwell's DAVID AND GOLIATH ascending to the second position, and Naoki Higashida rounding out the top three with THE REASON I JUMP.
On Amazon, THE HOUSE OF HADES (Heroes of Olympus, Book 4) by Rick Riordan held on to the top spot for the second week in a row ahead of its release with this week, while Veronica Roth's latest entry into the ALLEGIANT series, also debuting on Tuesday, came in second. O'Reilly and Dugard's KILLING JESUS came in third.
The New York Times Best Sellers
Combined Print & E-Book Fiction
1) GONE - James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge
2) DOCTOR SLEEP - Stephen King
3) THE LONGEST RIDE - Nicholas Sparks
4) SILENCING EVE - Iris Johansen
5) THE HUSBAND'S SECRET - Liane Moriarty
6) NEVER GO BACK - Lee Child
7) THE SIGNATURE OF ALL THINGS - Elizabeth Gilbert
8) THE RACKETEER - John Grisham
9) W IS FOR WASTED - Sue Grafton
10) THE OCTOBER LIST - Jeffery Deaver