Paths to the Top

The #1 book in the country is Find Your Path, a diet and exercise plan by Carrie Underwood and the favorite title in several central and southern U.S. regions. Also new: House of Earth and Blood, the first adult novel from YA fantasy author Sarah J. Maas, #2 in the country and top of the heap in the Middle Atlantic region. And Long Range by Wyoming author C.J. Box, which debuts at #3 in hardcover fiction, rides to the head of the pack in the Mountain region.

In Clubland

The Jetsetters by Amanda Eyre Ward, the March pick from Reese’s Book Club, debuts at #9 in hardcover fiction. It follows estranged members of a dysfunctional family who reunite for a 10-day Mediterranean cruise.

Two notches below, Writers & Lovers by Lily King is Read with Jenna’s March selection. The author’s “elegant, droll” follow-up to 2014’s Euphoria, PW’s review said, is a “meditation on the passing of youth [that’s] touching and ruefully funny.”


Charlie Kirk
#3 Hardcover Nonfiction, #6 overall
“I guess you could say I was MAGA before it was cool,” writes Kirk, who founded Turning Point USA in 2012, when he was 18. “Way back in 2011 I tweeted to him, ‘Run Trump Run! Your country needs you.’ ”

Colum McCann
#19 Hardcover Fiction
“National Book Award–winner McCann bases this masterful novel on the lives of two real men working together toward Middle Eastern peace,” our starred review said. “Balancing its dazzling intellectual breadth with moments of searing intimacy, this is a transformative vision of a historic conflict and a triumph of the novelist’s art.”