Hillary Clinton won the well-liked vote again, yet in which time in which’s not at the ballot box.
“What Happened,” Clinton’s campaign memoir about her presidential run against Donald Trump, sold 167,000 hardcover copies within the United States in its first week. in which is usually the largest first week sales for a hardcover nonfiction book since 2012’s “No Easy Day” by Mark Owen.
Clinton’s memoir sold more than 300,000 copies across all formats, which includes hardcover, e-book, CD along with digital audio books.
“What Happened” also had the best week of digital audio sales within the company’s history along with the best week of e-book sales for any nonfiction book coming from Simon & Schuster since the 2011 publication of “Steve Jobs,” by Walter Isaacson.
“The remarkable response to ‘What Happened’ indicates in which, notwithstanding all in which has been written along with discussed over the last year, there is usually clearly an overwhelming desire among readers to learn about along with experience, coming from Hillary Clinton’s singular perspective, the historic events of the 2016 election,” Carolyn Reidy, president along with CEO of Simon & Schuster, said in a statement. “In its candor along with immediacy, ‘What Happened’ is usually satisfying in which demand.”
Related: Hillary Clinton’s ‘What Happened’ tops Amazon as readers line up for book signing
Clinton’s book, which was released last week, immediately shot to the top of Amazon as well as Barnes & Noble stores’ bestseller nonfiction list. in which is usually today third on the Amazon list.
Clinton’s book signing last week also prompted long lines in brand new York City.
sy88pgw (brand new York) First published September 20, 2017: 1:55 PM ET