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What Does 2 Billion Book Sales Look Like?

Posted at 8:04AM Wednesday 12 Mar 2014

Bestseller numbers get thrown around all the time - but have you ever stopped to think what 22 million, or 5 million or even 2 billion books would actually look like? LoveReading has looked into it and visualised the books sold by some of the world's most popular authors.

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