Blackwell’s Manchester bestsellers for November 2013

Let’s have a look at our bestselling books for November. We’re guessing it was all toffee apples, burning guys and charity moustaches. Let’s have a peek…

Alex Ferguson: My Autobiography1 – My Autobiography by Alex Ferguson

Last month’s second in the league storms to the top of the table after successfully dribbling his way between the legs of our customers and scoring superb goal between their, er, bookshelves.

2 – Autobiography by Morrissey (Penguin Classic)

Also soon to be available as a Penguin Classic: The Krankees’ Little Book of Philosophy; The Moomins – From Struggle To Democracy; My Part In The Downfall Of S-Club 7 by Bernard Butler.

3 – UK Economy custom book (a special book made for the course, hand-gilted in unicorn flakes)

4 – It by Alexa Chung

The former Popworld host gives her wisdom on selfies, clothes, celebrities, clothes and hair.  Soon to be available as  a Penguin Classic.

5 – Doomed by Chuck Palahniuk

Chuck signed for us at the Anthony Burgess centre on a whistle-stop tour of two cities in one night. We would drizzle this entry with as much knowing sarcasm as the rest of this blog post, but he was quite brilliant: funny, shocking and moving. Soon to be available as a Penguin Classic.

6 – Peas & Queues by Sandi Toksvig.  Soon to be available as a Penguin Classic.

7 – The Lonely Londoners by Samuel Selvon.  Soon to be available as a Penguin Classic.

8 – The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins.  Soon to be available as a Penguin Classic.

9 – Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins.  Soon to be available as a Penguin Classic.

10 – Campbell’s Biology.  Soon to be available in translation for Krankee’s fans. And as a Penguin Classic.

This blog: Soon to be available as… oh you get the idea.

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