Amazon’s new Charts track the most read books each week

May 18, 2017
Amazon has introduced Charts, a weekly bestseller list which tracks which 20 books have been sold — and read — the most. Introducing Amazon Charts! Discover the top 20 most read and most sold books every week: https://t.co/QoyUvtyyac pic.twitter.com/MLU3anyCMC — Amazon (@amazon) May 18, 2017 Each list is divided between...
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