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September 9, 2021

Bestsellers 2nd to the 9th of September

by Team Riverside

Sally Rooney – Beautiful World, Where Are You

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

Pat Barker – The Women of Troy

Kazuo Ishiguro – Klara and The Sun

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

Emily St. John Mandel – The Glass Hotel

Caitlin Moran – More Than a Woman

Fran Lebowitz – The Fran Lebowitz Reader

Bernadine Evaristo – Girl, Woman, Other

Rutger Bregman – Humankind

Clare Chambers – Small Pleasures

Charlie Macksey – The Boy, The Mole, The Fox and The Horse

Merlin Sheldrake – Entangled Life

Sebastian Faulks – Snow Country

Elena Ferrante – The Lying Life of Adults

September 6, 2021

Bestsellers 30 August to 5 September

by Team Riverside

Pat Barker – The Women of Troy

The Women of Troy book cover

Bernardine Evaristo – Girl, Woman, Other

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

Stephen Fry – Troy

Charlie Mackesy – The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

Bella Mackie – How to Kill Your Family

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Notes on Grief

Kazuo Ishiguro – Klara and the Sun

James Mayhew – Katie in London

Mary South – You Will Never Be Forgotten

Caitlyn Moran – More Than a Woman

Sayaka Morata – Earthlings

Merlin Sheldrake – Entangled Life

Matt Haig – The Midnight Library

Elena Ferrante – The Lying Life of Adults

Janice Hallett – The Appeal

Olivia Petter – Millennial Love

Elif Shafak – The Island of Missing Trees

Richard Osman – The Thursday Murder Club

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September 2, 2021

Bestsellers 24 to 30 August

by Team Riverside

Pat Barker – The Women of Troy

Women of Troy cover

Elif Shafak – The Island of Missing Trees

John Kampfner – Why the Germans Do It Better

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

Pat Barker – The Silence of the Girls

Bernardine Evaristo – Girl, Woman, Other

Simon Lelic – The Search Party

Fran Lebowitz – The Fran Lebowitz Reader

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

Rutger Bregman – Humankind

Delia Owens – Where the Crawdads Sing

Clare Chambers – Small Pleasures

Michelle Zauner – Crying in H Mart

Ottessa Moshfegh – Death in her Hands

Caroline Criado Perez – Invisible Women

Pen Vogler – Scoff

Bessel Van Der Kolk – The Body Keeps the Score

Judith Kerr – The Tiger Who Came to Tea

Philippa Perry – The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read

Dolly Alderton – Ghosts

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August 24, 2021

Bestsellers 17 to 23 August

by Team Riverside
Victoria Park

Gemma Reeves – Victoria Park

Elif Shafak – The Island of Missing Trees

Matt Haig – The Midnight Library

Elif Shafak – How to Stay Sane in an Age of Division

Fredrik Backman – Anxious People

John Kampfner – Why the Germans Do It Better

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Notes on Grief

Stephen Fry – Troy

Robert Harris – V2

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

Bradley Garrett – Bunker

Jack Guinness – The Queer Bible

Raynor Winn – The Wild Silence

Bella Mackie – How to Kill Your Family

Haruki Murakami – Kafka on the Shore

Natasha Brown – Assembly

Dolly Alderton – Ghosts

Kazuo Ishiguro – Klara and the Sun

Dav Pilkey – Dog Man: Grime and Punishment

Jessica Love – Julian is a Mermaid

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August 17, 2021

Bestsellers 10 to 16 August

by Team Riverside
The Island of Missing Trees

Elif Shafak – The Island of Missing Trees

Gemma Reeves – Victoria Park

Raynor Winn – The Wild Silence

Clare Chambers – Small Pleasures

Emily St John Mandel – The Glass Hotel

Elena Ferrante – The Lying Life of Adults

Philippa Perry – The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read

Bernardine Evaristo – Girl, Woman, Other

Tom Burgis – Kleptopia

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

James MacLaine – First Sticker Book London

Elif Shafak – How to Stay Sane in an Age of Division

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

Bella Mackie – How to Kill Your Family

Clara Vuillamy – Marshmallow Pie The Cat Superstar

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Notes on Grief

Helen Macdonald – Vesper Flights

Matthew Walker – Why We Sleep

Charles Dickens – Pictures from Italy

Donna Tartt – The Secret History

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August 10, 2021

Bestsellers 3 to 9 August

by Team Riverside
Hamnet

Maggie O’Farrell – Hamnet

Elif Shafak – How to Stay Sane in an Age of Division

Emily St John Mandel – The Glass Hotel

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

Eoin McLaughlin and Polly Dunbar – The Longer the Wait the Bigger the Hug

Delia Owens – Where the Crawdads Sing

Clare Chambers – Small Pleasures

Matt Haig – The Midnight Library

William S Burroughs – The Finger

Agatha Christie – The ABC Murders

Oliver Jeffers – Book of Numbers

Tom Burgis – Kleptopia

Haruki Murakami – Hard Boiled Wonderland and the End of the World

Elif Shafak – The Island of Missing Trees

Otegha Uwagba – We Need to Talk About Money

Dolly Alderton – Ghosts

Frank Herbert – Dune

Kazuo Ishiguro – Klara and the Sun

Rachel Ingalls – Mrs Caliban

Lavinia Greenlaw – Some Answers Without Questions

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August 3, 2021

Bestsellers 27 July to 2 August

by Team Riverside
Cover of Notes on Grief

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Notes on Grief

Caroline Criado Perez – Invisible Women

Caitlin Moran – More than a Woman

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

Dolly Alderman – Ghosts

Richard Osman – The Thursday Murder Club

Bernardine Evaristo – Girl, Woman, Other

Philippa Perry – The Book You Wish Your Parents Had Read

Matthew Walker – Why We Sleep

Clare Chambers – Small Pleasures

James Maclaine – First Sticker Book London

Charlie Mackesy – The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

James Hawes – The Shortest History of England

Sophy Henn – All the Fun of the Fair (book 2)

Bella Mackie – How to Kill Your Family

Chris Chatterton and Rhiannon Fielding – Ten Minutes to Bed Little Unicorn

Natasha Lunn – Conversations on Love

Ali Smith – Summer

Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris – The Lost Words

Daniel Lieberman – Exercised

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July 27, 2021

Bestsellers from 20 to 26 July

by Team Riverside
Human Kind

Rutger Bregman – Humankind

Frank Herbert – Dune

Dolly Alderton – Ghosts

Bessel Van der Kolk – The Body Keeps the Score

Bella Mackie – How to Kill Your Family

Maggie O’Farrell – Hamnet

John Kampfner – Why the Germans Do it Better

Matt Haig – The Midnight Library

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

Amor Towles – A Gentleman in Moscow

Caleb Azumah Nelson – Open Water

Natasha Lunn – Conversations on Love

Natasha Brown – Assembly

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

J R R Tolkein – The Return of the King

Jonathan Coe – Mr Wilder and Me

Kazuo Ishiguro – Klara and the Sun

Julia Donaldson – Tiddler

Reni Eddo-Lodge – Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race

Hollie Hughes – The Girl and the Dinosaur

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July 20, 2021

Bestsellers from 14 to 19 July

by Team Riverside
The Vanishing Half

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Notes on Grief

Richard Osman – The Thursday Murder Club

Mary Ann Sieghart – The Authority Gap

Rutger Bregman – Humankind

Lisa Taddeo – Animal

Douglas Stuart – Shuggie Bain

Jennifer Makumbi – The First Woman

Olga Ravn – The Employees

Elizabeth Jenner – What to Look For in Summer

DVSA – Official DVSA Theory Test

Avni Doshi – Burnt Sugar

Aldous Huxley – Brave New World

Chris Riddell – Ottoline Goes to School

David Peace – Tokyo Redux

Kazuo Ishiguro – Klara and the Sun

Margaret Kennedy – The Feast

Maggie O’Farrell – Hamnet

Natalie Haynes – Pandora’s Jar

Marion Billet – There are 101 Things to Find in London

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July 14, 2021

Bestsellers from 7 to 13 July

by Team Riverside
Notes on Grief

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – Notes on Grief

Rutger Bregman – Humankind: a Hopeful History

Various – Murder Takes a Holiday

Sarah Moss – Summerwater

Matt Haig –  The Comfort Book

Elena Ferrante – The Lying Life of Adults

Janice Hallett – The Appeal

Natasha Brown – Assembly

Peppa’s London Day Out Sticker Book

Roald Dahl – Matilda’s How to be Brave

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

Andrew O’Hagan – Mayflies

Sally Rooney – Conversations with Friends

Maggie O’Farrell – Hamnet

Mieko Kawakami – Breasts and Eggs

Matt Haig – The Midnight Library

Yun Ko-Eun – The Disaster Tourist             

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

John Christopher – The Death of Grass

Adam Kay – Kay’s Anatomy

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July 4, 2021

Current Bestsellers

by Team Riverside

Our Bestsellers from 28th June to the 4th of July:

Brit Bennett- The Vanishing Half

Delia Owens- Where The Crawdads Sing

Maggie O’Farrell- Hamnet

Natalie Haynes- Pandora’s Jar

Jonathon Lee- The Great Mistake

Elena Ferrante- The Lying Life of Adults

Various Authors- Murder Takes A Holiday

James Hawes- The Shortest History of England

Peter Ackroyd- London: The Biography

Elif Shafak- 10 Minutes 38 Seconds in This Strange World

Richard Osman- The Thursday Murder Club

Sasha Swire- Diary of An MP’s Wife

Irvin and Marilyn Yalom- A Matter of Death and Life

Kazuo Ishiguro- Klara and The Sun

Kenneth Cukier- Framers

Clare Chambers- Small Pleasures

Susanna Clarke- Piranesi

Xialou Guo- A Lover’s Discourse

Meriel Schindler- The Lost Cafe Schindler

Tim Marshall- The Power of Geography

June 9, 2021

Current bestsellers

by Team Riverside

Our bestsellers from 31 May to 8 June:

The Vanishing Half

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

Richard Osman – The Thursday Murder Club

Matt Haig – The Midnight Library

Natasha Brown – Assembly

Sophie Mackintosh – Blue Ticket

Ali Smith – Summer

Bernardine Evaristo – Girl, Woman, Other

Rachel Joyce – Miss Benson’s Beetle

Sally Rooney – Conversations with Friends

Kazuo Ishiguro – Klara and the Sun

Cho Nam-Joo – Kim Jiyoung, Born 1982

Naoise Dolan – Exciting Times

Clare Chambers – Small Pleasures

Benjamin Labatut – When We Cease to Understand the World

David Diop – At Night All Blood is Black

Caroline Criado Perez – Invisible Women

Nick Bradley – The Cat and the City

Alice Haworth-Booth – Brick Lane Bookshop Short Story Prize 2020

Judith Kerr – Mog the Forgetful Cat

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May 31, 2021

Current bestsellers

by Team Riverside
The Vanishing Half

Our bestsellers from 24 to 30 May:

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

Richard Osman – The Thursday Murder Club

Nick Bradley – The Cat and the City

Julia Donaldson and Sharon King-Chai – Animalphabet

Anna Jones – One: Pot, Pan, Planet

Rob Biddulph – Show and Tell

Emily M Danforth – Plain Bad Heroines

Ece Temelkuran – Together

Virginia Woolf – Mrs Dalloway

Raynor Winn – The Wild Silence

Anthony Burgess – A Clockwork Orange

Siobhan Dowd – The London Eye Mystery

Andrew Sean Greer – Less

Jackie Kay – Bessie Smith

Seth Rogen – Yearbook

Nora Ephron – I Feel Bad About My Neck

Diane Cook – The New Wilderness

Audre Lorde – Your Silence Will Not Protect You

Jon Klassen – I Want My Hat Back

Madeline Miller – Circe

May 24, 2021

Current bestsellers

by Team Riverside
Francesca Wade Square Haunting

Bestsellers from 17 to 23 May…

Richard Osman – The Thursday Murder Club

Matt Haig – The Midnight Library

Brit Bennett – The Vanishing Half

Francesca Wade – Square Haunting

Kazuo Ishiguro – Klara and the Sun

Rutger Bregman – Humankind

Maggie O’Farrell – Hamnet

Clare Chambers – Small Pleasures

Nick Bradley – The Cat and the City

K L Kettle – The Boy I Am

Monique Roffey – The Mermaid of Black Conch

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

Hilary Mantel – The Mirror and the Light

Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony, Cass R Sunstein – Noise

David Baddiel – Jews Don’t Count

Deborah Levy – Real Estate

The Puffin Book of Funny Stories

John le Carré – Agent Running in the Field

Cressida Cowell – How to Train Your Dragon

Jhumpa Lahiri – Unaccustomed Earth

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May 12, 2021

Current bestsellers!

by Team Riverside
Richard Osman The Thursday Murder Club

Bestsellers from 4 May to today…

Richard Osman – The Thursday Murder Club

Maggie O’Farrell – Hamnet

Matt Haig – The Midnight Library

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

Zadie Smith, Nick Laird, Magenta Fox – Weirdo

Emma Dabiri – What White People Can Do Next

Naoise Dolan – Exciting Times

Douglas Stuart – Shuggie Bain

Bernardine Evaristo – Girl, Woman, Other

Emily St John Mandel – The Glass Hotel

Olivia Laing – Funny Weather

Eric Vuillard – The War of the Poor

Tim Marshall – The Power of Geography

Rebecca Tamás – Strangers

Emily M Danforth – Plain Bad Heroines

David Omand – How Spies Think

Jonas Jonasson – Sweet Sweet Revenge

David Walliams – The Beast of Buckingham Palace

Sathnam Sanghera – Empireland

Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris – The Lost Spells

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October 24, 2020

Bestsellers This Week

by Team Riverside

Our bestsellers this week:

Ghosts by Dolly Alderton

The Thursday Murder Club by Richard Osmon

Girl, Woman, Other by Bernadine Evaristo

Fleishman is in Trouble by Taffy Brodesser-Akner

The Aosawa Murders by Riku Onda

September 19, 2020

Bestsellers this week

by Team Riverside

Our bestsellers this week:

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Reni Eddo-Lodge – Why I’m no Longer Talking to White People About Race

Delia Owens – Where the Crawdads Sing

Phoebe Stuckes – Platinum Blonde

Zadie Smith – Intimations

Bernardine Evaristo – Girl, Woman, Other

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September 5, 2020

Bestsellers on the Board

by Team Riverside

This week’s bestsellers…

Sophie Ward – Love and Other Thought Experiments

Oyinkan Braithwate – My Sister the Serial Killer

Elena Ferrante – The Lying Life of Adults

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

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August 29, 2020

Bestsellers on the Board

by Team Riverside

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Zadie Smith – Intimations

Lauren Wilkinson – American Spy

Kiley Reid – Such a Fun Age

Matt Haig – The Midnight Library

Riku Onda – The Aosawa Murders

July 21, 2020

Re-opening bestsellers

by Team Riverside

bestsellers 210720.jpg.jpegOur bestselling books, from 7 July to today 21 July:

1. Girl, Woman, Other – Bernardine Evaristo

2. Why I’m no Longer Talking to White People about Race – Reni Eddo-Lodge

3. My Name is Why – Lemn Sissay

4. Three Women – Lisa Taddeo

5. Talking to Strangers – Malcolm Gladwell

6. Utopia Avenue – David Mitchell

7. Black and British – David Olusoga

8. Machines Like Me – Ian McEwan

9. Normal People – Sally Rooney

10. City of Girls – Elizabeth Gilbert

11. Humankind: a Hopeful History – Rutger Bregman

12. Queenie – Candice Carty-Williams

13. Too Much and Never Enough – Mary L. Trump

14. Swimming in the Dark – Tomasz Jedrowski

15. Mouth Full of Blood – Toni Morrison

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February 2, 2020

January Bestsellers

by Team Riverside

1. Nora Ephron – I Feel Bad About My NeckNora Ephron I FEEL BAD ABOUT MY NECK

2. Greta Thunberg – No-one is Too Small to Make a Difference

3. Josh Cohen – Not Working

4. Charlie Mackesy – The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse

5. David Wallace-Wells – The Uninhabitable Earth

6. Bernardine Evaristo – Girl, Woman, Other

6 = Emily Maitlis – Airhead

8. Bridget Collins – The Binding

8 = Livia Franchini – Shelf Life

8 = Tayari Jones – An American Marriage

8 = Oyinkan Braithwaite – My Sister, the Serial Killer

12. Lucy Foley – The Hunting Party

13. Nathan Filer – This Book will Change Your Mind About Mental Health

13 = Deborah Orr – Motherwell

13 = David Nott – War Doctor

13 = Laura Shepherd-Robinson – Blood and Sugar

13 = Kiley Reid – Such a Fun Age

13 = Taylor Jenkins Reid – Daisy Jones and the Six

19. Malcolm Gladwell – Talking to Strangers

19 = ed. Alain de Botton – The School of Life

19 = Sally Rooney – Conversations with Friends

19 = Jeanine Cummins – American Dirt

19 = Richard Powers – The Overstory

24. Stephane Garnier – How to Live Like Your Cat

24 = Elizabeth Strout – Olive, Again

24 = Sara Collins – The Confessions of Frannie Langton

24 = Andrew Sean Greer – Less

24 = Okechukwu Nzelu – The Private Joys of Nnenna Maloney

24 = Candice Carty-Williams – Queenie

24 = Ian McEwan – The Cockroach

24 = Shoshana Zuboff – The Age of Surveillance Capitalism

24 = Lemn Sissay – My Name is Why

24 = Carmen Maria Machado – In the Dream House

24 = Various – Dog Poems

24 = Esi Edugyan – Washington Black

24 = Lillian Li – Number One Chinese Restaurant

March 25, 2019

Bestsellers this week

by Team Riverside

This week, London Bridge is loving:Bestsellers 190325

Akala – Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire (our bestseller)

Cathy Newman – Bloody Brilliant Women

Stephane Garnier – How to Live Like Your Cat

Dolly Alderton – Everything I Know About Love

Sally Rooney – Conversations with Friends

Yanis Varoufakis – Talking to my Daughter About the Economy

Andrew Sean Greer – Less

John Carreyrou – Bad Blood: Secrets and Lies in a Silicon Valley Startup

Sarah Moss – Ghost Wall

Samantha Harvey – The Western Wind

Yuval Noah Harari – 21 Lessons for the 21st Century

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December 19, 2018

Christmas bestsellers at Riverside!

by Team Riverside

We have you covered this Christmas for all your books, gifts, cards and wrap… and here are our current bestsellers to get you thinking:Michelle Obama - BECOMING

Michelle Obama – Becoming

Anna Burns – Milkman

The Story of Brexit

Sally Rooney – Normal People

Yotam Ottolenghi – Simple

Private Eye Annual 2018

Genki Kawamura – If Cats Disappeared from the World

How to be Right – James O’Brien

Stephen Hawking – Brief Answers to the Big Questions

Women and Power: a Manifesto – Mary Beard

Leonard Cohen – The Flame

Andrew R Grumbridge – Today South London, Tomorrow South London

Scarlett Curtis – Feminists Don’t Wear Pink and Other Lies

And we have some excellent children’s books as well:

Vashti Harrison – Little Leaders

Marion Billet – Listen to the Christmas Songs

David Walliams – Ice Monster

Amy Sparkes and Nick East – Ellie’s Magic Wellies

Happy Christmas from everyone at Riverside!

November 3, 2018

Riverside’s top sellers from January to October 2018

by Team Riverside
  1. Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine – Gail HoneymanGail Honeyman ELEANOR OLIPHANT
  2. Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People about Race – Reni Eddo-Lodge
  3. Sapiens – Yuval Noah Harari
  4. Conversations with Friends – Sally Rooney
  5. Everything I Know about Love – Dolly Alderton
  6. Fire and Fury – Michael Wolff
  7. This is Going to Hurt – Adam Kay
  8. The Power – Naomi Alderman
  9. Women and Power: A Manifesto – Mary Beard
  10. Home Fire – Kamila Shamsie
  11. The Secret Barrister – The Secret Barrister
  12. Men Without Women – Haruki Murakami
  13. Normal People – Sally Rooney
  14. The Refugees – Viet Thanh Nguyen
  15. The Ministry of Utmost Happiness – Arundhati Roy
  16. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls – Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo
  17. Manhattan Beach – Jennifer Egan
  18. Swing Time – Zadie Smith
  19. Lincoln in the Bardo – George Saunders
  20. My Name is Lucy Barton – Elizabeth Strout
  21. Exit West – Mohsin Hamid
  22. Flights – Olga Tokarczuk
  23. Peppa Goes to London
  24. To Die in Spring – Ralf Rothmann
  25. Anything is Possible – Elizabeth Strout
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January 3, 2018

December’s bestsellers – and a Happy New Year!

by Team Riverside

Thanks to all the customers who helped us have a great December.  Our bestsellers for the month were:Robert Sears BEAUTIFUL POETRY OF DONALD TRUMP

  1. The Beautiful Poetry of Donald Trump – Robert Sears
  2. The Power – Naomi Alderman
  3. Women and Power: A Manifesto – Mary Beard
  4. La Belle Sauvage: The Book of Dust v. 1 – Philip Pullman
  5. Swing Time – Zadie Smith
  6. Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls – Elena Favilli and Francesca Cavallo
  7. Private Eye Annual – Ian Hislop
  8. How to Swear – Stephen Wildish
  9. Perpetual Disappointments Diary – Nick Asbury
  10. Sapiens: a Brief History of Humankind – Yuval Noah Hariri
  11. Paddington Pop Up London
  12. The Things You Can Only See When You Slow Down – Haemin Sunim and Chi-Young Kim
  13. Autumn – Ali Smith
  14. Uncommon Type: Some Stories – Tom Hanks
  15. This is Going to Hurt: Secret Diaries of a Junior Doctor – Adam Kay
  16. The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck – Mark Manson
  17. A Short History of Drunkenness – Mark Forsyth
  18. Not Working – Lisa Owens
  19. Imaginary Friends – Philip Pullman
  20. Faber and Faber Poetry diary 2018 – Poets!

We are especially delighted that we continue to sell many copies of Gwendoline Riley’s excellent First Love, and also Such Small Hands by Andrés Barba.  We are also really looking forward to reading Your Silence Will Not Protect You by Audre Lorde (with a new introduction by Sara Ahmed and a preface by Reni Eddo-Lodge) – our customers are ahead of us on this, having bought many copies before Christmas!

September 5, 2017

Bestsellers in July and August

by Team Riverside

Excellent fiction, a good dose of feminism and fun children’s books make up our top 20 Jennifer Bell THE SMOKING HOURGLASS.pngfrom the last two months.  In reverse order:

Jennifer Bell – The Smoking Hourglass

Jennifer Bell – The Crooked Sixpence

Noam Chomsky – Optimism over Despair

J K Rowling, John Tiffany, Jack Thorne – Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

Emma Cline – The Girls

Matt Haig – How to Stop Time

Elizabeth Strout – My Name is Lucy Barton

Sam Bourne – To Kill the President

Paul Beatty – The Sellout

Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie – We should all be Feminists

Haruki Murakami – Desire (Vintage Minis)

Margaret Atwood – The Handmaid’s Tale

David Szalay – All that Man Is

Yuval Noah Harari – Sapiens

Deborah Levy – Hot Milk

Lisa Owens – Not Working

Zadie Smith – Swing Time

Colson Whitehead – The Underground Railroad

Naomi Alderman – The Power

… and at number one, we are proud to announce:

Peppa goes to London!

We predict that this month several new things will fly off the shelves – including Maggie O’Farrell’s memoir I am, I am, I am and John le Carré’s A Legacy of Spies.

 

 

January 8, 2017

Riverside bestsellers of 2016

by Team Riverside

We’re quite impressed with the books we’ve sold this year… Among our top 30 were:

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child – J K Rowling

The Girl on the Train – Paula Hawkins

My Brilliant Friend – Elena Ferrante

The Vegetarian – Han Kang

The Sellout – Paul Beatty

All the Light We Cannot See – Anthony Doerr

We Should all be Feminists – Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

A Little Life – Hanya Yanagihara

His Bloody Project – Graeme Macrae Burnet

How the Marquis Got His Coat Back – Neil Gaiman

The Little Book of Hygge – Meik Wiking

Prisoners of Geography: Ten Maps That Tell You Everything You Need to Know About Global Politics – Tim Marshall

The Green Road – Anne Enright

The Crooked Sixpence – Jennifer Bell

Number 11 – Jonathan Coe

Grief is the Thing with Feathers – Max Porter

Sweet Caress – William Boyd

The Silk Roads: a New History of the World – Peter Frankopan

The Dog Who Dared to Dream – Sun-mi Hwang

Trump and Me – Mark Singer

Politics and the English Language – George Orwell

Black Holes – the Reith Lectures – Stephen Hawking

Several of these are Team Riverside favourites so we’re feeling pretty chipper about it all. What will be the surprise hits of 2017?