Bookworms listen up because Publishers Weekly revealed the top-selling print books in 2019, so far.

Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens, which was first released in August 2018, has sold 907,000 copies in 2019 and more than 1.1 million since it came out.

The book is about Kya, a girl that has been dubbed "Marsh Girl" because she's survived for years in a marsh on the coast of North Carolina. When the handsome Chase Andrews is found dead, the locals suspect Kya. At the same time, she decides to open herself up to love and befriends two young men from the town. Of course, something unthinkable happens.

In close second was none other than Michelle Obama's memoir Becoming. Does that really come as a shock to anyone? It was the bestselling book in 2018 and made it onto Oprah's Book Club in December 2018. This year, 888,611 copies have been sold so far.

The list goes as follows:

Read the full story here: See the 20 Best-Selling Books of 2019 So Far


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