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The Millions Top Ten: February 2010

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We spend plenty of time here on The Millions telling all of you what we’ve been reading, but we are also quite interested in hearing about what you’ve been reading. By looking at our Amazon stats, we can see what books Millions readers have been buying, and we decided it would be fun to use those stats to find out what books have been most popular with our readers in recent months. Below you’ll find our Millions Top Ten list for February.

This
Month
Last
Month
Title On List
1. 1. cover Cloud Atlas 6 months
2. 2. cover The Corrections 4 months
3. 4. cover The Interrogative Mood

3 month

4. 3. cover Austerlitz 5 months
5. cover Reality Hunger 1 month
6. 6. cover Let the Great World Spin 3 months
7. 8. cover Stoner 2 months
8. 5. cover The Mystery Guest 3 months
9. 10. cover Wolf Hall 2 month
10. 7. cover The Death of Ivan Ilyich and Other Stories 2 months

 

New to the Top Ten list this month is Reality Hunger, a book by David Shields.. We had an early look at the book, a twopart interview with Shields, and Shields’ shared his Year in Reading in December. Dropping from the list is Asterios Polyp by David Mazzucchelli.

Meanwhile, David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas and Jonathan Franzen’s The Corrections stayed atop the list, but that top spot will open up next month as Cloud Atlas is poised to join the Hall of Fame.

See Also: Last month’s list

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