The March is still going strong, Venus in the Blindspot and more make it on September’s NY Best Seller List

Last month, John Lewis and Andrew Aydin’s The March took the No. 5 spot in New York Time’s Best Seller list for August, this month the march steps up to the No.4 spot while the Umbrella Academy dominates the list with the books “Apocalypse Suite” (No.5 Spot), “Hotel Oblivion” (No.6 Spot), and “Dallas” (No.10 Spot). Here is the list for the month of September:

  1. New KidBy Jerry HarperHarperCollins
  2. GUTS By Riana Telgemeier, Scholastic
  3. Baby-Sitters Little Sister: Karen’s Rollerskates: By Ann M. Martin, Illustrated by Katy Farina, Scholastic
  4. The March: Book One By John Lewis and Andrew Aydin, Illustrated by Nate Powell, Top Shelf
  5. The Umbrella Academy: Apocalypse SuiteGerald Way, Illustrated by Gabriel Bá, Dark Horse Comics
  6. The Umbrella Academy: Hotel OblivionGerald Way, Illustrated by Gabriel Bá, Dark Horse Comics
  7. My Hero Academia Volume OneKohei HorikoshiViz Media
  8. PersepolisMarjane Satrapi, Pantheon
  9. Becoming BrianaTerri Libenson, Balzer +Bray
  10. The Umbrella Academy: DallasGerald Way, Illustrated by Gabriel Bá, Dark Horse Comics
  11. Stranger PlanetNathan W. PyleMorrow Gift
  12. Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba Vol. 1Koyoharu Gotouge, Viz Media
  13. Critical Role, Vox Machina: Origins Vol. 2Matt Mercer and Jody Houser. Illustrated by Olivia Samson, Dark Horse Books
  14. American Born ChineseGene Luen Yang, Square Fish
  15. Venus in the Blind SpotJunji Ito, Viz Media

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