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The Bestselling US Books Of 2014 . . . So Far

Posted at 8:38AM Monday 07 Jul 2014

Young adult novels reigned over the top halves of the print and Kindle bestseller lists for the first six months of the year. John Green's unstoppable The Fault in Our Stars was the bestselling e-book on Amazon from January to June, and its various editions occupied three spots on the print list. Green shared the leaderboards with Veronica Roth, whose novel Divergent, the first book in her enormously popular trilogy of the same name, hit #1 on the print list for the year to date.

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