The sprouts have long settled into that uncomfortable part of your body and you’ve already broken a dozen resolutions. Let’s take your mind off things with our bestsellers for December 2013. You may notice a slightly non-academic flavour to your favourite Christmas purchases!…
1 – My Autobiography by Alex Ferguson
Our bestseller two months in a row. Fergie’s book has kicked all opposition into, er, the back of the net. No. Fergie’s book has shown the red card to all its opposition. That’s better. We’re not too good at football metaphors.
2 – It by Alexa Chung
Selfies, clothes, celebrities, hair, trigonometric functions. Maybe not that last one.
3 – Eat by Nigel Slater
Customers please note that the title of this book is not an instruction. This book is not for digesting, and please stop bringing your own tomato sauce.
4 – Mockingjay by Suzanne Collins
The previous Hunger Games books were in last month’s top ten. Now Mockingjay enters the top ten ahead of them. Which volume will win? Only one will survive…
5 – Diary of a Wimpy Kid 8 by Jeff Kinney
School. It’s like university, only the people are shorter and there’s a bit less boozing.
6 – The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
7 – The Moaning of Life by Karl Pilkington
8 – Autobiography by Morrissey
9 – Bridget Jones: Mad About the Boy by Helen Fielding
10 – Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins.