More than 1.7 million copies of the memoirs of former Democratic President Barack Obama were sold in North America during the first week of the market.
According to a Tuesday statement from the publisher Penguin Random House, buyers purchased 887,000 copies of all forms of “Promised Land” in the United States and Canada on the first day. This book had the highest sales in the first week of Penguin Random House publications.
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The book will be released worldwide on November 17th by Crown Publishing, a subsidiary of Penguin Random House, and will be available in 20 languages, with 6 more.
Crown added 900,000 copies of his first print on Tuesday, saying the book will now be the best-selling memoir of the president in modern history.
According to The Wall Street Journal, “The Promised Land” is ranked number one on both Amazon and BarnesandNoble.com bestseller lists.
It ’s also the best-selling book in the UK.
The first 700-page volume of the two volumes exceeds the sales on the first day of his wife Michelle’s memoir “Becoming.”
Published in 2018, “Becoming” sold 750,000 copies on the first day. Since then, former First Lady books have sold over 10 million copies worldwide.
Former Republican President George W. Bush’s “decision point” sold 775,000 copies in the first week, and Democratic President Bill Clinton’s “my life” sold more than one million copies in just eight days. Both memoirs now sell a total of 3.5-4 million copies.
Clinton’s books were about 400,000 on the first day, and Bush’s books were about 220,000.
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Obama also wrote two best-selling memoirs entitled “Boldness of Hope: Thoughts on Regaining American Dreams” and “Dreams from My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance.”
He also wrote the 2010 best-selling children’s book, Of Thee I Sing: A Letter to My Daughters.
Obama’s “Promised Land” sells a record 1.7 million copies in the first week
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