I’m not a fan of Stieg Larsson books, but many people are.
This article, ‘Girl With the Dragon Tattoo’ Sells More Than 1 Million Digital Copies – NYTimes.com, reports:
“In what is believed to be a first for an e-book, â€˜The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo,â€™ by the Swedish novelist Stieg Larsson, has sold more than a million copies in its digital format, Knopf said on Thursday. “
The article also reports that: “The â€œMillenniumâ€ trilogy has sold nearly 17 million copies in the United States.”
Publishers are always complaining that digital editions will cannibalize their print sales, and this could well be evidence that they’re wrong.
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