Top 5: Bestselling Fiction of September 2016



No suprises on the Fiction Bestseller list for this month, with Elena Ferrante flying off the shelves as always. Her Neapolitan series regularly peppers the top sellers list, with the first and fourth installmentsMy Brilliant Friend and The Story of the Lost Child, respectivelycracking the top five this month. Top of the list is Metatron author Frankie Barnet and her fantastic short story collection An Indoor Kind of Girl, a book that is reminiscent of another bestseller this month: Miranda July. July's book of stories, No one belongs here more than you, has been consistently popular since its 2008 release. Eileen by Ottessa Moshfegh rounds out the list, with its darkly weird narrative making it a favourite of D&Q staff and customers alike!













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