Bestsellers: Jane Harper, Holly Ringland and Julia Gillard prove a hit with readers!

by |October 13, 2022
What have been the best performing books this week?

Welcome to our weekly segment where we break down the bestsellers for the last week on Booktopia, Australia’s local bookstore!

Want to know more what the latest trending books are? What are people actually reading? This is what the numbers are telling us!

You can also check out the latest trending books and bestsellers charts right here, and get access to the top performers for FictionNon-FictionChildrens and more!

Now, without further ado, let’s dive into the top ten bestselling books of the week on Booktopia!

10. The Bullet That Missed

By: Richard Osman

Penguin UK

4th straight week in the Bestseller Top 10!

9. A Kind Of Magic

By: Anna Spargo-Ryan

Ultimo Press

8. The Ninth Life Of A Diamond Miner

By: Grace Tame

Pan Macmillan Australia

*signed copies available

7. We Love Love

By: Laura ByrneBrittany Hockley

Random House UK

6. Heartstrong

By: Ellidy Pullin

Hachette Australia

4th straight week in the Bestseller Top 10!

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5. The Tilt

By: Chris Hammer

Allen & Unwin

*signed copies available

4. Not Now, Not Ever

By: Julia Gillard

Penguin Random House

3. The Seven Skins of Esther Wilding

By: Holly Ringland

HarperCollins Publishers

*signed copies available

2. The Complete Trip in a Van Guide to Australia

By: Bec LorrimerJustin Lorrimer

Allen & Unwin

1. Exiles

By: Jane Harper

Pan Macmillan Australia

6th straight week in the Bestseller Top 10!

*Signed copies available strictly while stocks last.

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Nick is one of Booktopia's Senior Content Producers. He spends his days running Booktopia's Podcast and YouTube channel, 𝑻𝒆𝒍𝒍 𝑴𝒆 𝑾𝒉𝒂𝒕 𝑻𝒐 𝑹𝒆𝒂𝒅. Known as the 'π˜—π˜°π˜₯𝘀𝘒𝘴𝘡 𝘎𝘢𝘺', he also spends his time embarassing himself on TikTok, writing novels, and chatting sport on Twitter under @Nick_Wasiliev. His debut novel, WHEN MEN CRY, was published in 2019 and reissued in 2020 through Breathe Art Holdings.


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