Unity Books bestseller chart for the week ending March 8

The only published and available best-selling book chart in New Zealand is the top 10 sales list recorded every week at Unity Books’ stores in High St, Auckland, and Willis St, Wellington.


1 With the End in Mind: How to Live and Die Well by Kathryn Mannix (William Collins, $27)

2 Rufus Marigold by Ross Murray (Earth’s End, $35)

3 The Subtle Art of Not Giving A Fuck by Mark Manson (MacMillan, $35)

4 Auckland Architecture: A Walking Guide by John Walsh & Patrick Reynolds (Massey University Press, $20)

5 Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney (Faber & Faber, $23)

6 The Friend by Sigrid Nunez (Riverhead Books, $30)

7 Normal People by Sally Rooney (Faber & Faber, $33)

8 The Ice Shelf by Anne Kennedy (Victoria University Press, $30)

9 Black Leopard, Red Wolf by Marlon James (Penguin Random House, $38)

10 Little by Edward Carey (Gallic Books, $31)


1 Mistake by Carl Shuker (Victoria University Press, $30)

2 Normal People by Sally Rooney (Faber, $33)

3 Educated by Tara Westover (Windmill, $28)

4 Homemade by Eleanor Ozich (Penguin, $40)

5 Uninhabitable Earth by David Wallace-Wells (Allen Lane, $35)

6 Smart Mothering: What Science Says about Caring for Your Baby & Yourself by Natalie Flynn (Allen & Unwin, $40)

7 Becoming by Michelle Obama (Viking, $55)

8 Conversations with Friends by Sally Rooney (Faber, $23)

9 Poukahangatus by Tayi Tibble (Victoria University Press, $20)

10 Hello Darkness by Peter Wells (Mighty Ajax, $40)

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