E-Books: Meyer Stays on Top as Twilight Series Tumbles

February 2010
Book Publishing Report;Feb2010, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p10
Trade Publication
The article offers information on the economic aspect of publishing industry, wherein Stephen Meyer's "Twilight" saga has dropped out of the top five and nearly from the top ten. It states that the series drop has left spaces and filled in by Kathryn Stiockett's "The Help." It also presents a chart that list the top 20 electronic titles in January 2010.


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