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Top 100 Bestselling Books Of 2012

Posted at 4:42PM Monday 31 Dec 2012

It was a year dominated by an incredibly successful trilogy - confirmed today when the Nielsen data shows EL James' Fifty Shades of Grey trilogy occupying the top three places in the 2012 top 100 bestsellers list.

Collectively, the novel shifted 10,509,988 copies in the year to December 2012, above the 2,113,017 for another trilogy, Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games.

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