Book buzz: Films continue to foster book sales
Films boost fiction: The Girl on the Train may have been a disappointment at the box office, but sales of the Paula Hawkins book that it’s based on sure aren’t. The book marks its fifth consecutive week at No. 1, equaling its previous record of consecutive No.1s in 2015 on USA TODAY’s Best-Selling Books List. And Girl is not the only book adapted to film to continue to have strong sales on the list (while the film version does lackluster in theaters). There's Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children at No. 8,A Man Called Ove at No. 12,The Light Between Oceans at No. 21 and Me Before You... read more
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