The Seventh Sister’s Finest-Promoting Ebook in 2021, Lucinda Riley Dominates Bestseller Record With Fifteen Titles | Tradition

Tops the Dutch Bestseller Chart with Lucinda Riley Once more, for the fourth consecutive year, Linda Riley has topped the Dutch bestselling chart, with fifteen different books appearing on the CPNB High 100. Over 43 million books were purchased in the Netherlands in the last 12 months, which is a 5% rise over the previous 12 months and the highest amount in ten years. It seems that she keeps captivating readers with the universal topics she explores: who am I? Where am I from, exactly? What is the meaning of life? 300,000 copies of The Seventh Sister were purchased in the Netherlands during the last 12 months. More than three million copies of Riley’s seven sister collection have been purchased in the Netherlands and Belgium, in addition to an extra 1.5 million copies of her non-collection works.
The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse by Charlie Mackesy
Fans are excitedly anticipating Riley’s son’s eighth and final piece of the sister series, which is now being written and may deal with the enigmatic father Pa Salt. Charlie Mackesy’s The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse, translated by Arthur Japin, sold 234,000 copies and held the second spot on the bestseller list. This was enough to make it the best-selling children’s ebook from the preceding year. I’m going to dwell by debutante Lale Gül, which sold 207,000 copies and became the best-selling unique Dutch ebook right away, came in third place. Six of the first ten Dutch books are still in the top ten, but at 46 out of the entire High 100, they are in the minority.
Most People Are Good, according to Rutger Bregman The most checked-out book in libraries
Rutger Bregman’s book Most folks are good topped the CPNB High 100 most borrowed books by libraries in 2021, with an astounding 35,000 loans. This ebook is currently the top pick for the second consecutive year. The Hooge Nest, written by Roxane van Iperen, came in second, followed by Marieke Lucas Rijneveld’s The Night Is An Irritation, written in third. Kids’ books and non-fiction saw the biggest increases in gross sales, but physical bookshops were only marginally able to capitalise on this due to a 7% decline in sales. The turnover of Dutch-language books increased by 6% and the gross sales by 1%.

Online Book Store Offering Various Languages
The market for books published in various languages, especially English, expanded by 28% in terms of gross sales and 23% in terms of turnover. Director of CPNB Eveline Aendekerk acknowledged the growth but also voiced concern about the market share of physical bookstores and the decreasing percentage of books that were originally written in the Dutch language. She concluded that every one of those elements had the potential to endanger the literary and cultural climate of the Netherlands. Approximately 38 million physical books and audiobooks were lent by libraries, which is a 10% decrease from the previous year. This is the second consecutive year that corona measures have caused a significant decline in the range of physical loans.
Six Books Rank High on the Dutch Bestseller List Keep a record
The CPNB High 100 was dominated by Lucinda Riley’s seven sister collections, which accounted for fifteen of the Netherlands’ ebook gross sales. In addition to Charlie Mackesy’s The Boy, the Mole, the Fox, and the Horse, Roxane van Iperen’s ‘t Hooge Nest, Lale Gül’s I’m Going to Dwell, Rutger Bregman’s Most Individuals Are Good, and Marieke’s The Night Is An Inconvenience Lucas Rijneveld made the record as well. April will see the release of the eighth and final chapter in the sister series, The Secrets and Techniques of the Boarding Faculty, in the Netherlands.

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