“ Too Much Hap­pi­ness” tops Maclean’s fic­tion list

The Guardian (Charlottetown) - - Entertainment -

TORONTO — Here are the top hard­cover fic­tion and non-fic­tion books in Canada for the week of Oct. 27 com­piled by Maclean’s mag­a­zine.

FIC­TION

1. (2) Too Much Hap­pi­ness — Alice Munro

2. (—) Last Night in Twisted River — John Irv­ing

3. (1) The Lost Sym­bol — Dan Brown

4. (—) And An­other Thing... — Eoin Colfer

5. (3) The Golden Mean — Annabel Lyon

6 (—) The Mu­seum of In­no­cence — Orhan Pa­muk

7. (5) The Year of the Flood — Mar­garet At­wood

8 (6) The Girl Who Played With Fire — Stieg Lars­son

9 (9) Her Fear­ful Sym­me­try — Au­drey Nif­f­eneg­ger

10 (8) The Bishop’s Man — Lin­den Mac­In­tyre

NON-FIC­TION

1. (—) A Sol­dier First — Rick Hil­lier 2. (10) D-Day — Antony Beevor 3. (1) The Great­est Show on Earth — Richard Dawkins

4 . (3) The Case for God — Karen Arm­strong

5. (—) Just Watch Me — John English

6. (—) What the Dog Saw — Malcolm Glad­well

7. (4) True Com­pass — Ed­ward Kennedy

8. (5) Out­liers: The Story of Suc­cess — Malcolm Glad­well

9. (6) The Cello Suites — Eric Si­b­lin

10. (2) Queen El­iz­a­beth — The Queen Mother — William Shawcross

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