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January 1-31, 2016: 938,499

  • 938,499 – 11 = 938,488 (“Some Are Born to Sweet Delight” by Nadine Gordimer)
  • 938,488 – 11 = 938,477 (“Cathedral” by Raymond Carver)
  • 938,477- 9 = 938,468 (“What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” by Raymond Carver)
  • 938,468 – 26 = 938,442 (Plain, Honest Men: The Making of the American Constitution by Richard Beeman)
  • 938,442 –

December 1-31, 2015: 939,238

  • 939,238 – 23 = 939,215 (“Sonny’s Blues” by James Baldwin)
  • 939,215 – 5 = 939,210 (“A&P” by John Updike)
  • 939,210 – 14 = 939,196 (“No Name Woman” by Maxine Hong Kingston)
  • 939,196 – 3 = 939,193 (“On Mortality” by Maxine Hong Kingston)
  • 939,193 – 3 = 939,190 (“Happy Endings” by Margaret Atwood)
  • 939,190 – 5 = 939,185 (“The Moment Before the Gun Went Off” by Nadine Gordimer)
  • 939,185 – 22 = 939,163 (Astronomy: The Evolving Universe by Michael Zeilik)
  • 939,163 – 394 = 938,769 (Winter Prey by John Sandford)
  • 938,769 – 14 = 938,755 (Genocide: A Reader edited by Jens Meierhenrich)
  • 938,755 – 256 = 938,499 (Kiss the Girls by James Patterson)

November 1-30, 2015: 939,749

  • 939,749 – 166 = 939,583 (Hark! A Vagrant by Kate Beaton)
  • 939,583 – 26 = 939,557 (Astronomy: The Evolving Universe by Michael Zeilik–textbook)
  • 939,557 – 18 = 939,539 (Why Aren’t Black Holes Black? by Robert M. Hazen and Maxine Singer)
  • 939,539 – 11 = 939,528 (“The Garden Party” by Katherine Mansfield)
  • 939,528 – 9 = 939,519 (“The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson)
  • 939,528 – 72 = 939,447 (A Treasury of Victorian Murder by Rick Geary)
  • 939,447 – 19 = 939,428 (The Sciences: An Integrated Approach by James Trefil and Robert M. Hazen–textbook)
  • 939,428 – 16 = 939,412 (“A Good Man Is Hard to Find” by Flannery O’Connor)
  • 939,412 – 7 = 939,405 (“A Late Encounter with the Enemy” by Flannery O’Connor)
  • 939,405 – 15 = 939,390 (“Good Country People” by Flannery O’Connor)
  • 939,390 – 17 = 939,373 (“An Interest in Life” by Grace Paley)
  • 939,373 – 6 = 939,367 (“A Conversation With My Father” by Grace Paley)
  • 939,367 – 20 = 939,347 (Cosmic Questions by Richard Morris)
  • 939,347 – 19 = 939,328 (Genocide: A Reader edited by Jens Meierhenrich)
  • 939,328 – 17 = 939,311 (A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn)
  • 939,311 – 18 = 939,293 (Why Aren’t Black Holes Black by Robert M. Hazen and Maxine Singer)
  • 939,293 – 7 = 939,286 (“The Jewbird” by Bernard Malamud)
  • 939,286 – 5 = 939,281 (“A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings” by Gabriel Garcia Marquez)
  • 939,281 – 11 = 939,270 (Winter Prey by John Sandford)
  • 939,270 – 32 = 939,238 (Spillover by David Quammen)

October 1-31, 2015: 942,813

  • 942,813 – 240 = 942,573 (Death at Wentwater Court by Carola Dunn)
  • 942,573 – 26 = 942,547 (Astronomy: The Evolving Universe by Michael Zeilik–textbook)
  • 942,547 – 17 = 942,530 (“The Lady with the Dog” by Anton Chekhov)
  • 942,530 – 2 = 942,528 (The Short Story and Its Writer edited by Ann Charters)
  • 942,528 – 10 = 942,518 (“The Darling” by Anton Chekhov)
  • 942,518 – 25 = 942,493 (“The Real Thing” by Henry James)
  • 942,493 – 502 = 941,991 (Along Came a Spider by James Patterson)
  • 941,991 – 19 = 941,972 (Astronomy: The Evolving Universe by Michael Zeilik–textbook)
  • 941,972 – 18 = 941,954 (The Sciences: An Integrated Approach by James Trefil and Robert M. Hazen–textbook)
  • 941,954 – 82 = 941,872 (The Beast in the Jungle by Henry James)
  • 941,872 – 688 = 941,184 (Umineko: When They Cry, Episode 3: Banquet of the Golden Witch, Volume 1 by Ryukishi07)
  • 941,184 – 322 = 940,862 (Seconds by Bryan Lee O’Malley)
  • 940,862 – 177 = 940,685 (March Book Two by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell)
  • 940,685 – 307 = 940,388 (Murder is Bad Manners by Robin Stevens)
  • 940,388 – 448 = 939,930 (The Coldest Girl in Coldtown by Holly Black)
  • 939,930 – 113 = 939,817 (Reigns of Terror by Patricia Marchak)
  • 939,817 – 6 = 939,811 (“Araby” by James Joyce)
  • 939,811 – 30 = 939,781 (“The Dead” by James Joyce)
  • 939,781 – 4 = 939,777 (“My First Goose” by Isaac Babel)
  • 939,777 – 7 = 939,970 (“The Killers” by Ernest Hemingway)
  • 939,770 – 4 = 939,766 (“Hills Like White Elephants” by Ernest Hemingway)
  • 939,766 – 7 = 939,759 (“The Hunger Artist” by Franz Kafka)
  • 939,759 – 10 = 939,749 (“The Rocking-Horse Winner” by D.H. Lawrence)

September 1-30, 2015: 945,283

  • 945,283 – 16 = 945,267 (Astronomy: The Evolving Universe by Michael Zeilik–textbook)
  • 945,267 – 21 = 945,246 (Astronomy:The Evolving Universe by Michael Zeilik–textbook)
  • 945,246 – 24 = 945,222 (Astronomy: The Evolving Universe by Michael Zeilik–textbook)
  • 945,222 – 35 = 945,187 (Genocide: A Reader edited by Jens Meierhenrich)
  • 945,187 – 94 = 945,093 (Beautiful Darkness by Fabien Vehlmann and Kerascoet)
  • 945,093 – 766 = 944,327 (The Passage by Justin Cronin)
  • 944,327 – 19 = 944,308 (“The Overcoat” by Nikolai Gogol)
  • 944,308 – 10 = 944,298 (“Memoirs of a Madman” by Nikolai Gogol)
  • 944,298 – 320 = 943,978 (The Forgotten Girls by Sara Blaedel)
  • 943,978 – 74 = 943,904 (Contemporary Issues: Genocide edited by Christina Fisanick)
  • 943,904 – 405 = 943,499 (‘Salem’s Lot by Stephen King)
  • 943,499 – 76 = 943,423 (Founding Faith by Steven Waldman)
  • 943,423 – 7 = 943,416 (“The Necklace” by Guy de Mauspassant)
  • 943,416 – 2 = 943,414 (The Story and Its Writer edited by Ann Charters)
  • 943,414 – 35 = 943,379 (“A Simple Heart” by Gustave Flaubert)
  • 943,379 – 544 = 942,835 (Parasite by Mira Grant)
  • 942,835 – 22 = 942,813 (Astronomy: The Evolving Universe by Michael Zeilik–textbook)

August 1-31, 2015: 948,847

  • 948,847 – 13 = 948,474 (“The Minister’s Black Veil” by Nathaniel Hawthorne)
  • 948,474 – 16 = 948,458 (“The Birthmark” by Nathaniel Hawthorne)
  • 948,458 – 8 = 948,450 (Genocide: A Reader edited by Jens Meierhenrich)
  • 948,450 – 31 = 948,419 (Contemporary Issues: Genocide by Greenhaven Press)
  • 948,419 – 298 = 948,121 (The Devotion of Suspect X by Keigo Higashino)
  • 948,121 – 165 = 947,956 (Crimes Against Humanity by Adam Jones)
  • 947,956 – 36 = 947,,920 (A People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn)
  • 947,920 – 266 = 947,654 (Nimona by Noelle Stevenson)
  • 947,654 – 195 = 947,459 (A Bride’s Story volume 6 by Kaoru Mori)
  • 947,459 – 68 = 947,391 (Ms. Marvel, issues #10-12 by G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona)
  • 947,391 – 24 = 947,367 (Hawkeye, issue #21 by Matt Fraction and David Aja)
  • 947,367 – 86 = 947,281 (Inhuman, issues #8-11 by Charles Soule and Pepe Larraz)
  • 947,281 – 219 = 947,062 (Wandering Son volume 3 by Shimura Takako)
  • 947,062 – 219 = 946,843 (Wandering Son volume 4 by Shimura Takako)
  • 946,843 – 168 = 946,675 (The Wicked + The Divine, Volume 2: Fandemonium by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie)
  • 946,675 – 128 = 946,547 (Tangles by Sarah Leavitt)
  • 946,547 – 192 = 946,355 (Skip•Beat! volume 9 by Yoshiki Nakamura)
  • 946,355 – 183 = 946,172 (The Children of Green Knowe by L.M. Boston)
  • 946,172 – 256 = 945,916 (A Bitter Brew by Christine Ellen Young)
  • 945,916 – 128 = 945,788 (Rat Queens Volume One by Kurtis J. Wiebe and Roc Upchurch)
  • 945,788 – 128 = 945,660 (Sex Criminals Volume One by Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky)
  • 945,660 – 136 = 945,524 (Shutter Volume One by Joe Keatinge and Leila Del Duca)
  • 945,524 – 144 = 945,380 (Low Volume One by Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini)
  • 945,380 – 97 = 945,283 (American Slavery, 1619-1877 by Peter Kolchin)

July 1-31, 2015: 951,472

  • 951,472 – 107 = 951,365 (The Crime of Genocide: Terror Against Humanity by Ray Spangenburg and Kit Moser)
  • 951,365 – 99 = 951,266 (The House You Pass on the Way by Jacqueline Woodson)
  • 951,266 – 190 = 951,076 (Skip•Beat volume 7 by Yoshiki Nakamura)
  • 951,076 – 141 = 950,935 (Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman)
  • 950,935 – 199 = 950,736 (An Unbroken Agony: Haiti, From Revolution to the Kidnapping of a President by Randall Robinson)
  • 950,736 – 49 = 950,687 (My House by Nikki Giovanni)
  • 950,687 – 111 = 950,576 (Songbird Journeys: Four Seasons in the Life of Migratory Birds by Miyoko Chu)
  • 950,576 – 432 = 950,144 (The Sharing Knife: Passage by Lois McMaster Bujold)
  • 950,144 – 200 = 949,944 (Skip•Beat volume 8 by Yoshiki Nakamura)
  • 949,944 – 114 = 949,830 (Race to Incarcerate: A Graphic Retelling by Sabrina Jones and Marc Mauer)
  • 949,830 – 91 = 949,739 (The Greatest Killer: Smallpox in History by Donald R. Hopkins)
  • 949,739 – 12 = 949,727 (A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson)
  • 949,727 – 30 = 949,697 (The Canon by Natalie Angier)
  • 949,697 – 182 = 949,515 (IRL by Cory Doctorow and Jen Wang)
  • 949,515 – 19 = 949,496 (Astronomy: The Evolving Universe by Michael Zielik–textbook)
  • 949,496 – 448 = 949,048 (The sharing Knife: Horizon by Lois McMaster Bujold)
  • 949,048 – 420 = 948,628 (Indian Killer by Sherman Alexie)
  • 948,628 – 13 = 948,615 (“Young Goodman Brown” by Nathaniel Hawthorne)
  • 948,615 – 128 = 948,487 (Revival, Volume 5: Gathering of Waters by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton)

June 1-30, 2015: 953,788

  • 953,788 – 142 = 953,646 (Little Brother by Cory Doctorow)
  • 953,646 – 98 = 953,548 (Tropical Fish: Tales from Entebbe by Doreen Baingana)
  • 953,548 – 184 = 933,364 (Skip•Beat! volume 1 by Yoshiki Nakamura)
  • 953,364 – 208 = 953,156 (Skip•Beat! volume 2 by Yoshiki Nakamura)
  • 953,156 – 208 = 952,948 (Skip•Beat! volume 3 by Yoshiki Nakamura)
  • 952,948 – 208 = 952,740 (Skip•Beat! volume 4 by Yoshiki Nakamura)
  • 952,740 – 7 = 952,733 (The Story and Its Writer by Ann Charters)
  • 952,733 – 208 = 952,525 (Skip•Beat volume 5 by Yoshiki Nakamura)
  • 952,525 – 368 = 952,157 (The Sharing Knife: Legacy by Lois McMaster Bujold)
  • 952,157 – 6 = 952,151 (“The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allan Poe)
  • 952,151 – 16 = 952,135 (“The Fall of the House of Usher” by Edgar Allan Poe)
  • 952,135 – 6 = 952,129 (“The Masque of the Red Death” by Edgar Allan Poe)
  • 952,129 – 5 = 952,124 (“The Tell-Tale Heart” by Edgar Allan Poe)
  • 952,124 – 208 = 951,916 (Skip•Beat! volume 6 by Yoshiki Nakamura)
  • 951,916 – 69 = 951,847 (Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman)
  • 951,847 – 125 = 951,722 (Genocide by Jane Springer)
  • 951,722 – 121 = 951,601 (Songbird Journeys by Miyoko Chu)
  • 951,601 – 5 = 951,596 (The House You Pass On the Way by Jacqueline Woodson)
  • 951,596 – 75 = 951,521 (Unbroken Agony by Randall Robinson)
  • 951,521 – 24 = 951,497 (My House by Nikki Giovanni)
  • 951,497 – 25 = 951,472 (A Taste of Upstate New York by Chuck D’Imperio)

May 11-31: 955,197

  • 955,197 – 208 = 954,989 (Radioactive: Marie and Pierre Curie by Lauren Redniss)
  • 954,989 – 215 = 95,4,774 (Young Avengers #7-#15 by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie)
  • 954,774 – 679 = 954,095 (Gaudy Night by Dorothy L. Sayers)
  • 954,095 – 224 = 953,871 (Little Brother by Cory Doctorow)
  • 953,871 – 83 = 953,788 (Tropical Fish: Tales from Entebbe by Doreen Baingana)

April 26-May 10, 2015: 956,767

  • 956,767 – 120 = 956,647 (Ms. Marvel: No Normal by G. Willow Wilson)
  • 956,647 – 136 = 956,511 (Ms. Marvel: Generation Why by G. Willow Wilson)
  • 956,511 – 158 = 956,353 (Inhuman #1-#7 by Charles Soule)
  • 956,353 – 490 = 955,863 (Hawkeye #1-#20, plus Hawkeye Annual #1 by Matt Fraction)
  • 955,863 – 300 = 955,563 (Feed by M.T. Anderson)
  • 955,563 – 131 = 955,432 (Rage by Stephen King)
  • 955,432 – 36 = 955,396 (Periodic Tales by Hugh Aldersey-Williams)
  • 955,396 – 135 = 955,261 (Young Avengers #1-#6 by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie)
  • 955,261- 64 = 955,197 (Gaudy Night by Dorothy L. Sayers)

April 21-25, 2015: 958,303

  • 958,303 – 32 = 958,271 (Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman)
  • 958,271 – 104 = 958,167 (The Book of Ballads by Charles Vess)
  • 958,167 – 384 = 957,783 (The Sharing Knife (volume 1): Beguilement by Lois McMaster Bujold
  • 957,783 – 48 = 957,735 (We Should All Be Feminists by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie)
  • 957,735 – 480 = 957,255 (The Waiting Place by Sean McKeever)
  • 957,255 – 488 = 956,767 (Smoke/Ashes by Alex de Campi)

April 6-20, 2015: 959,137

  • 959,137 – 26 = 959,111 (The Canon by Natalie Angier)
  • 959,111 – 30 = 959,081 (Among Others by Jo Walton)
  • 959,081 – 76 = 959,005 (A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson)
  • 959,005 – 144 = 958,861 (The Wicked + The Divine: The Faust Act by Kieron Gillen, with art by Jamie McKelvie)
  • 958,861 – 185 = 958,676 (Bound by Donna Jo Napoli)
  • 958,676 – 21 = 958,655 (Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman)
  • 958,655 – 71 = 958,584 (The Book of Ballads by Charles Vess)
  • 958,584 – 281 = 958,303 (Monster by Walter Dean Myers)

March 31-April 5, 2015: 959,346

  • 959,346 – 209 = 959,137 (Among Others by Jo Walton)

March 16-30, 2015: 960,737

  • 960,737 – 122 = 960,615 (Aya of Yop City by Marguerite Abouet, with art by Clement Oubrerie)
  • 960,615 – 132 = 960,483 (Aya: The Secrets Come Out by Marguerite Abouet, with art by Clement Oubrerie)
  • 960,483 – 309 = 960,174 (Pet Sematary by Stephen King)
  • 960,174 – 69 = 960,105 (Periodic Tales by Hugh Aldersey-Williams)
  • 960,105 – 31 = 960,074 (Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman)
  • 960,074 – 5 = 960,069 (“A Death” by Stephen King)
  • 960,069 – 253 = 959,816 (The Chocolate War by Robert Cormier)
  • 959,816 – 416 = 959,400 (The Scorpio Races by Maggie Stiefvater)
  • 959,400 – 54 = 959,346 (Among Others by Jo Walton)

March 6-15, 2015: 961,732

  • 961,732 – 336 = 961,396 (Brown Girl Dreaming by Jacqueline Woodson)
  • 961,396 – 192 = 961,204 (Monster on the Hill by Rob Harrell)
  • 961,204 – 104 = 961,100 (Aya by Marguerite Abouet and Clement Oubrerie)
  • 961,100 – 159 = 960,941 (Cairo by G. Willow Wilson and M.K. Perker)
  • 960,941 – 54 = 960,887 (Periodic Tales by Hugh Aldersey-Williams)
  • 960,887 – 9 = 960,878 (“Modern Love” by T.C. Boyle)
  • 960,878 – 89 = 960,789 (Pet Sematary by Stephen King)
  • 960,789 – 52 = 960,737 (Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman)

March 2-5, 2015: 961,938

  • 961,938 – 26 = 961,912 (Periodic Tales by Hugh Aldersey-Williams)
  • 961,912 – 10 = 961,902 (Civilizations Past and Present by Palmira Brunnett, et al.–textbook)
  • 961,902 – 13 = 961,889 (Pet Sematary by Stephen King)
  • 961,889 – 13 = 961,876 (The Sciences by Robert M. Hazen and James Trefil–textbook)
  • 961,876 – 144 = 961,732 (Cuba: My Revolution by Inverna Lockpez)

February 27-March 1, 2015: 962,536

  • 962,536 – 488 = 962,048 (The Sculptor by Scott McCloud)
  • 962,048 – 7 = 962,041 (Periodic Tales by Hugh Aldersey-Williams)
  • 962,041 – 56 = 961,985 (Neverwhere by Neil Gaiman)
  • 961,985 – 12 = 961,973 (Pet Sematary by Stephen King)
  • 961,973 – 8 = 961,965 (Trigger Warning by Neil Gaiman)
  • 961,965 – 18 = 961,947 (The Sciences by Robert M. Hazen and James Trefil–textbook)
  • 961,947 – 9 = 961,938 (Civilizations Past and Present by Palmira Brunnett, et al.–textbook)

February 23-26, 2015: 963,667

  • 962,667 – 7 = 962,660 (“The Material Bonanza” by Andy Ridgway in NewScientist)
  • 962,660 – 119 = 962,541 (The Eternal Smile by Gene Luen Yang and Derek Kirk Kim)
  • 962,541 – 5 = 962,536 (Periodic Tales by Hugh Aldersey-Williams)

February 22, 2015: 962,839

  • 962,839 – 3 = 962,836 (Doctor Sleep by Stephen King)
  • 962,836 – 135 = 962,701 (Peanut by Ayun Halliday and Paul Holle)
  • 962,701 – 34 = 962,667 (The Eternal Smile by Gene Luen Yang and Derek Kirk Kim)

February 21, 2015: 962,933

  • 962,933 – 50 = 962,883 (Peanut by Ayun Halliday and Paul Hoppe)
  • 962,883 – 44 = 962,839 (Doctor Sleep by Stephen King)

February 1-20, 2015: 968,357

  • 968,357 – 197 = 968,160 (Science Tales by Darryl Cunningham)
  • 968,160 – 96 = 968,064 (I Remember Beirut by Zeina Abirached)
  • 968,064 – 118 = 967,946 (Jericho Season 4 by Kalinda Vasquez, Dan Shotz, and Robert Levine)
  • 967,946 – 105 = 967,841 (Little White Duck by Na Liu)
  • 967,841 – 152 = 967,689 (Black Science, Volume One: How to Fall Forever by Rick Remender, with art by Matteo Scalera and Dean White)
  • 967,689 – 168 = 967,521 (War Brothers: The Graphic Novel by Sharon E. McKay and Daniel Lafrance)
  • 967,521 – 533 = 966,988 (Showa 1926-1939: A History of Japan by Shigeru Mizuki)
  • 966,988 – 84 = 966,904 (Chicken With Plums by Marjane Satrapi)
  • 966,904 – 144 = 966,760 (Batgirl Volume 1: The Darkest Reflection by Gail Simone, with art by Ardian Syaf and Vicente Cifuentes)
  • 966,760 – 167 = 966,593 (Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant by Tony Cliff)
  • 966,593 – 125 = 966,468 (Y: The Last Man Volume One: Unmanned by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra)
  • 966,468 – 125 = 966,343 (Y: The Last Man Volume Two: Cycles by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra)
  • 966,343 – 164 = 966,179 (Y: The Last Man Volume Three: One Small Step by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra)
  • 966,179 – 138 = 966,041 (Y: The Last Man Volume Four: Safeword by Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra)
  • 966,041 – 184 = 965,857 (Y: The Last Man Volume Five: Ring of Truth by Brian K Vaughan and Pia Guerra)
  • 965,857 – 120 = 965,737 (Y: The Last Man Volume Six: Girl on Girl by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra)
  • 965,737 – 138 = 965,599 (Y: The Last Man Volume Seven: Paper Dolls by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra)
  • 965,599 – 138 = 965,461 (Y: The Last Man Volume Eight: Kimono Dragons by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra)
  • 965,461 – 138 = 965,323 (Y: The Last Man Volume Nine: Motherland by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra)
  • 965,323 – 163 = 965,160 (Y: The Last Man Volume Ten: Whys and Wherefores by Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra)
  • 965,160 – 244 = 964,916 (Tina’s Mouth: An Existential Comic Diary by Keshni Kashyap, illustrated by Mari Araki)
  • 964,916 – 160 = 964,756 (Revelations by Paul Jenkins and Humberto Ramos)
  • 964,756 – 124 = 964,632 (Resistance by Karen Jablonski and Leland Purvis)
  • 964,632 – 124 = 964,508 (Defiance by Karen Jablonski and Leland Purvis)
  • 964,508 – 124 = 964,384 (Victory by Karen Jablonski and Leland Purvis)
  • 964,384 – 317 = 964,067 (August Moon by Diana Thung)
  • 964,067 – 237 = 963,830 (El Deafo by Cece Bell)
  • 963,830 – 192 = 963,638 (Will & Whit by Laura Lee Gulledge)
  • 963,638 – 142 = 963,496 (The Last Dragon by Jane Yolen and Rebecca Guay)
  • 963,496 – 125 = 963,371 (March Book One by John Lewis, Andrew Aydin, and Nate Powell)
  • 963,371 – 158 = 963,213 (The Shadow Hero by Gene Luen Yang and Sonny Liew)
  • 963,213 – 151 = 963,062 (Brain Camp by Susan Kim, Laurence Klavan, and Faith Erin Hicks)
  • 963,062 – 22 = 963,040 (Peanut by Ayun Halliday and Paul Hoppe)
  • 963,040 – 14 = 963,026 (Periodic Tale by Hugh Aldersey-Williams)
  • 963,026 – 93 = 962,933 (Doctor Sleep by Stephen King)

January 24-31, 2015: 969,027

  • 969,027 – 208 = 968,819 (Through the Woods by Emily Carroll)
  • 969,819 – 85 = 968,734 (Yummy: The Last Days of a Southside Shorty by G. Neri and Randy DuBurke)
  • 968,734 – 90 = 968,644 (The Pearl by John Steinbeck)
  • 968,644 – 247 = 968,397 (The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making by Catherynne M. Valente)
  • 968,397 – 40 = 968,357 (Doctor Sleep by Stephen King)

January 17-23, 2015: 969,709

  • 969,709 – 107 = 969,602 (The Adventures of Superhero Girl by Faith Erin Hicks)
  • 969,602 – 142 = 969,460 (A Rumor of War by Philip Caputo)
  • 969,460 – 15 = 969,445 (The Sciences by James Trefil and Robert M. Hazen–textbook)
  • 969,445 – 72 = 969,373 (Touch by Adania Shibli)
  • 969,373 – 326 = 969,047 (Bad Feminist by Roxanne Gay)
  • 969,047 – 11 = 969,36 (Doctor Sleep by Stephen King)
  • 969,036 – 8 = 969,028 (Patriot Games by Tom Clancy)

January 10-16, 2015: 970,099

  • 970,099 – 7 = 970,092 (The Sciences by James Trefil and Robert M. Hazen–textbook)
  • 970,092 – 155 = 969,937 (No Sweetness Here and Other Stories by Ama Ata Aidoo)
  • 969,937 – 104 = 969,833 (A Rumor of War by Philip Caputo)
  • 969,833 – 124 = 969,709 (Explorer: The Mystery Boxes edited by Kazu Kibuishi)

January 3-9 2015: 970,535

  • 970,535 – 22 = 970,513 (The Attentive Heart: Conversations With Trees by Stephanie Kaza)
  • 970,513 – 258 = 970,255 (We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler)
  • 970,255 – 19 = 970,236 (Patriot Games by Tom Clancy)
  • 970,236 – 119 = 970,117 (A Rumor of War by Philip Caputo)
  • 970,117 – 18 = 970,099 (Doctor Sleep by Stephen King)

January 1-2, 2015: 970,640

  • 970,640 – 53 = 970,587 (Night by Elie Wiesel)
  • 970,587 – 52 = 970,535 (We Are All Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler)

December 1-31, 2014: 971,362

  • 971,362 – 30 = 971,332 (The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison)
  • 971,332 – 111 = 971,221 (Poisoned Apples: Poems for You, My Pretty by Christine Heppermann)
  • 971,221 – 433 = 970,788 (Too Late to Say Goodbye by Ann Rule)
  • 970,788 – 70 = 970,718 (Night by Elie Wiesel)
  • 970,718 – 78 = 970,640 (Doctor Sleep by Stephen King)

November 24-30, 2014: 971,362

  • 971,362 – 38 = 971,324 (The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison)

November 15-23, 2014: 971,675

  • 971,675 – 22 = 971,653 (World Mythology edited by Roy Willis)
  • 971,653 – 157 = 971,496 (All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque)
  • 971,496 – 32 = 971,464 (Civilizations Past & Present by Palmira Brunnett, et al.–textbook)
  • 971,464 – 46 = 971,418 (Mythology edited by C. Scott Littleton)
  • 971,418 – 9 = 971,409 (Night by Elie Wiesel)
  • 971,409 – 47 = 971,362 (The Empathy Exams by Leslie Jamison)

November 8-14, 2014: 971,942

  • 971,942 – 4 = 971,938 (The World’s Greatest Empires: A History of Power–National Geographic)
  • 971,938 – 114 = 971,824 (The Ghost Map by Steven Johnson)
  • 971,824 – 138 = 971,686 (All Quiet on the Western Front by Erich Maria Remarque)
  • 971,686 – 11 = 971,675 (For the Love of Physics by Walter Lewin)

November 1-7, 2014: 972,180

  • 972,180 – 48 = 972,132 (Black Water Rising by Attica Locke)
  • 972,132 – 37 = 972,095 (The Second Law by P.W. Atkins)
  • 972,095 – 19 = 972,076 (The Sciences: An Integrated Approach by James Trefil and Robert M. Hazen–textbook)
  • 972,076 – 38 = 972,038 (Time’s Arrows: Scientific Attitudes Toward Time by Richard Morris)
  • 972,038 – 86 = 971,942 (The Ghost Map by Steven Johnson)

October 20-31, 2014: 972,559

  • 972,559 – 4 = 972,555 (50 Physics Ideas You Really Need to Know by Joanne Baker)
  • 972,555 – 20 = 972,535 (The Sciences: An Integrated Approach by James Trefil and Robert M. Hazen–textbook)
  • 972,535 – 22 = 972,513 (World Mythology edited by Roy Willis)
  • 972,513 – 41 = 972,472 (An Introduction to Oriental Mythology)
  • 972,472 – 32 = 972,440 (Mythology edited by C. Scott Littleton)
  • 972,440 – 48 = 972,392 (Maxwell’s Demon: Why Warmth Dispenses and Time Passes by Christian Von Baeyer)
  • 972,392 – 20 = 972,372 (Civilizations Past & Present by Palmira Brunnett, et al.–textbook)
  • 972,372 – 192 = 972,180 (Black Water Rising by Attica Locke)

October 1-19, 2014: 973,514

  • 973,514 – 128 = 973,386 (True Murder by Yaba Badoe)
  • 973,386 – 128 = 973,258 (Revival Volume 4: Escape to Wisconsin by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton)
  • 973,258 – 4 = 973,254 (The World’s Greatest Empires: A History of Power–National Geographic)
  • 973,254 – 26 = 973,228 (Civilizations Past & Present by Palmira Brunnett, et al.–textbook)
  • 973,228 – 96 = 973,132 (A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson)
  • 973,132 – 51 = 973,081 (The Compact Guide to World Religions by Sean O’Callaghan)
  • 973,081 – 198 = 972,883 (Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson)
  • 972,883 – 46 = 972,837 (Dr. Sleep by Stephen King)
  • 972,837 – 85 = 972,752 (The Girl Who Circumnavigated Fairyland in a Ship of Her Own Making by Catherynne M. Valente)
  • 972,752 – 6 = 972,746 (The Ghost Map by Steven Johnson)
  • 972,746 – 187 = 972,559 (Black Water Rising by Attica Locke)

September 13-30, 2014: 974,632

  • 974,632 – 34 = 974,598 (The Canon by Natalie Angier)
  • 974,598 – 312 = 974,286 (The Cutting Season by Attica Locke)
  • 974,286 – 159 = 974,127 (Locke & Key: Clockworks by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez)
  • 974,127 – 191 = 973,936 (Locke & Key: Alpha & Omega by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez)
  • 973,936 – 79 = 973,857 (The First Sunrise by Charles P. Mountford and Ainslie Roberts)
  • 973,857 – 128 = 973,729 (Revival: A Faraway Place (volume 3) by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton)
  • 973,729 – 22 = 973,707 (World Mythology edited by Roy Willis)
  • 973,707 – 30 = 973,677 (Mythology edited by C. Scott Littleton)
  • 973,677 – 144 = 973,533 (True Murder by Yaba Badoe)
  • 973,533 – 19 = 973,514 (Dr. Sleep by Stephen King)

September 4-12, 2014: 975,076

  • 975,076 – 7 = 975,069 (Great Scientific Experiments by Rom Harre)
  • 975,069 – 99 = 974,970 (Locke & Key: Crown of Shadows by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez)
  • 974,970 – 12 = 974,958 (50 Physics Ideas You Really Need to Know by Joanne Baker)
  • 974,958 – 23 = 974,935 (The Sciences: An Integrated Approach by James Trefil and Robert M. Hazen–textbook)
  • 974,935 – 160 = 974,775 (Locke & Key: Keys to the Kingdom by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez)
  • 974,775 – 11 = 974,764 (Civilizations Past and Present by Palmira Brunnett, et al.–textbook)
  • 974,764 – 8 = 974,756 (The World’s Greatest Empires by National Geographic)
  • 974,756 – 38 = 974,718 (The Cutting Season by Attica Locke)
  • 974,718 – 13 = 974,705 (The October Country by Ray Bradbury)
  • 974,705 – 29 = 974,676 (Dr. Sleep by Stephen King)
  • 974,676 – 44 = 974,632 (The Ghost Map by Steven Johnson)

September 1-3, 2014: 975,424

  • 975,424 – 156 = 975,268 (Locke & Key: Head Games by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez))
  • 975,268 – 15 = 975,253 (No Easy Way Out by Dayna Lorentz)
  • 975,253 – 88 = 975,165 (The Birth of a New Physics by I. Bernard Cohen)
  • 975,165 – 53 = 975,112 (Locke & Key: Crown of Shadows by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez
  • 975,112 – 20 = 975,092 (The Cutting Season by Attica Locke)
  • 975,092 – 16 = 975,076 (Dr. Sleep by Stephen King)

August 2014: 978,771

  • 978,771 – 607 = 978,161 (When the Bough Breaks by Jonathan Kellerman)
  • 978,161 – 187 = 977,974 (Poison: Sinister Species with Deadly Consequences by Mark Siddall)
  • 977,974 – 480 = 977,494 (Umineko When They Cry Episode 2: Turn of the Golden Witch, Volume 1 by Ryukishi07)
  • 977,494 – 142 = 977,352 (The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell)
  • 977,352 – 144 = 977,208 (The Shining by Stephen King)
  • 977,208 – 155 = 977,053 (The Journal Junkies Workshop by Eric M. Scott and David R. Modler)
  • 977,053 – 544 = 976,509 (Umineko When They Cry Episode 2: Turn of the Golden Witch, Volume 2 by Ryukishi07)
  • 976,509 – 112 = 976,397 (De: Tales, Stories from Urban Brazil by Fabio Moon and Gabriel Ba)
  • 976,397 – 232 = 976,165 (Fallout: J. Robert Oppenheimer, Leo Szilard, and the Political Science of the Atomic Bomb by Jim Ottaviani, et al.)
  • 976,165 – 159 = 976,006 (Bad Houses by Sara Ryan and Carla Speed McNeil)
  • 976,006 – 130 = 975,876 (Agnes Quill: An Anthology of Mystery by Dave Roman, et al.)
  • 975,876 – 158 = 975,718 (Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft by Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriquez)
  • 975,718 – 130 = 975,588 (Dr. Sleep by Stephen King)
  • 975,588 – 52 = 975,536 (Book Lust to Go by Nancy Pearl)
  • 975,536 – 25 = 975,511 (No Easy Way Out by Dayna Lorentz)
  • 975,511 – 87 = 975,424 (Oil and Honey by Bill McKibben)

July 14-31, 2014: 979,988

  • 979,988 – 356 = 979,632 (Worst Case by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge)
  • 979,632 – 18 = 979,614 (Civilizations Past & Present by Palmira Brummett, et.al.–textbook)
  • 979,614 – 20 = 979,594 (The World’s Greatest Empires: A History of Power–National Geographic)
  • 979,594 – 326 = 979,268 (Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close by Jonathan Safran Foer)
  • 979,267 – 136 = 979,131 (Outside the Box by Dan Allosso)
  • 979,131 – 232 = 978,899 (Between Mom and Jo by Julie Anne Peters)
  • 978,899 – 18 = 978,881 (World Mythology edited by Roy Willis)
  • 978,881 – 110 = 978,771 (The Shining by Stephen King)

July 8-13, 2014: 980,663

  • 980,663 – 25 = 980,638 (No Safety in Numbers by Dayna Lorentz)
  • 980,638 – 26 = 980,612 (Impossibility: The Limits of Science and the Science of Limits by John D. Barrow)
  • 980,612 – 87 = 980,525 (The Power of Myth by Joseph Campbell)
  • 980,525 – 17 = 980,508 (Civilizations Past & Present by Palmira Brummett, et. al.–textbook)
  • 980,508 – 2 = 980,506 (Mythology: The Illustrated Anthology of World Myth and Storytelling edited by C. Scott Littleton)
  • 980,506 – 7 = 980,499 (World Mythology edited by Roy Willis)
  • 980,499 -511 = 979,988 (Lisey’s Story by Stephen King)

July 4-7, 2014: 980,993

  • 980,993 – 38 = 980,955 (The Canon: A Whirligig Tour of the Beautiful Basics of Science by Natalie Angier)
  • 980,955 – 189 = 980,766 (The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky)
  • 980,766 – 39 = 980,729 (No Safety in Numbers by Dayna Lorentz)
  • 980,729 – 66 = 980,663 (The Shining by Stephen King)

July 1-3, 2014: 981,243

  • 981,243 – 144 = 981,099 (Saga Volume Three by Brian K. Vaughn and Fiona Staples)
  • 981,099 – 19 = 981,080 (The Sciences: An Integrated Approach by James Trefil and Robert M. Hazen–textbook)
  • 981,080 – 14 = 981,066 (Why Aren’t Black Holes Black? by Robert M. Hazen and Maxine Singer)
  • 981,066 – 25 = 981,041 (The Perks of Being a Wallflower by Stephen Chbosky)
  • 981,041 – 48 = 980,993 (The Canon: A Whirligig Tour of the Beautiful Basics of Science by Natalie Angier)

June 1-30, 2014: 982,928

  • 982,928 – 317 = 982,611 (This One Summer by Mariko Tamaki and Jillian Tamaki)
  • 982,611 – 226 = 982,385 (The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Mark Haddon)
  • 982,385 – 224 = 982,161 (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams)
  • 982,161 – 175 = 981,986 (Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes)
  • 981,986 – 61 = 981,925 (Am I Blue? edited by Marion Dane Bauer)
  • 981,925 – 66 = 981,859 (Householder’s Guide to the Universe by Harriet Fasenfest)
  • 981,859 – 82 = 981,777 (No Safety in Numbers by Dayna Lorentz)
  • 981,777 – 31 = 981,746 (Fibromyalgia for Dummies by Roland Staud)
  • 981,746 – 402 = 981,344 (The Essential Dykes to Watch Out For by Alison Bechdel)
  • 981,344 – 101 = 981,243 (Climate Cover-Up by James Hoggan and Richard Littlemore)

May 19-31, 2014: 983,809

  • 983,809 – 154 = 983,655 (The Rag and Bone Shop by Robert Cormier)
  • 983,655 – 112 = 983,543 (God Dies by the Nile by Nawal El Saadawi)
  • 983,543 – 190 = 983,353 (The Princess Bride by William Goldman)
  • 983,353 – 139 = 983,214 (Psychiatric Tales: Eleven Graphic Stories about Mental Illness by Darryl Cunningham)
  • 983,214 – 60 = 983,154 (No Safety in Numbers by Dayna Lorentz)
  • 983,154 – 151 = 983,003 (Fly By Night by Frances Hardinge)
  • 983,003 – 17 = 982,986 (The Shining by Stephen King)
  • 982,986 – 41 = 982,945 (Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes)
  • 982,945 – 17 = 982,928 (Environment: The Science Behind the Stories by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan–textbook)

May 12-18, 2014 (Bout of Books 10): 985,078

  • 985,078 – 24 = 985,054 (Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown)
  • 985,054 – 22 = 985,032 (“Don’t Eat Cat” by Jess Walter)
  • 985,032 – 26 = 985,006 (A Householder’s Guide to the Universe by Harriet Fasenfest)
  • 985,006 – 42 = 984,964 (No Safety in Numbers by Dayna Lorentz)
  • 984,964 – 76 = 984,888 (The Princess Bride by William Goldman)
  • 984,888 – 72 = 984,816 (God Dies by the Nile by Nawal El Saadawi)
  • 984,816 – 30 = 984,786 (Blue Gold by Maude Barlow and Tony Clarke)
  • 984,786 – 200 = 984,586 (Fly by Night by Frances Hardinge)
  • 984,586 – 542 = 984,044 (Umineko When They Cry Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch, volume 2 by Ryukishi07)
  • 984,044 – 67 = 983,977 (The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan)
  • 984,977 – 168 = 983,809 (House of Stairs by William Sleator)

May 1-11, 2014: 985,868

  • 985,868 – 211 = 965,657 (Boy, Snow, Bird by Helen Oyeyemi)
  • 965,657 – 76 = 965,581 (A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen–play)
  • 985,581 – 64 = 985,517 (Environment: The Science Behind the Stories by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan–textbook)
  • 985,517 – 512 = 985,505 (Umineko When They Cry Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch Volume 1 by Ryukishi07)
  • 985,505 – 199 = 985,306 (Our Stolen Future by Theo Colborn, Dianne Dumanoski, and John Peterson Myers)
  • 985,306 – 85 = 985,221 (Fly by Night by Frances Hardinge)
  • 985,221 – 79 = 985,142 (Umineko When They Cry Episode 1: Legend of the Golden Witch, Volume 2 by Ryukishi07)
  • 985,142 – 64 = 985,078 (The Princess Bride by William Goldman)

April 27-30, 2014: 986,048

  • 986,048 – 95 = 985,953 (Love That Dog by Sharon Creech)
  • 985,953 – 85 = 985,868 (So Long a Letter by Mariama Ba)

April 26-27, 2014 (Dewey’s Read-a-Thon): 986,575

  • 986,575 – 166 = 986,409 (Pictures of Hollis Woods by Patricia Reilly Giff)
  • 986,409 – 361 = 986,048 (I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga)

April 1-25, 2014: 987,483

  • 987,483 – 4 = 987,479 (“Writing” by David Levithan)
  • 987,479 – 21 = 987,458 (“Twelve Moments in the Life of the Artist” by David Sedaris)
  • 987,458 – 5 = 987,453 (“The Crookened Back”–folktale)
  • 987,453 – 8 = 987,445 (“Another Fine Mess” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 987,445 – 13 = 987,432 (Industrial Revolution by Robert W. Smith)
  • 987,432 – 3 = 987,429 (“The Horned Women”–folktale)
  • 987,429 – 137 = 987,292 (Never Enough by Joe McGinniss)
  • 987,292 – 349 = 986,943 (Watership Down by Richard Adams)
  • 986,943 – 130 = 986,813 (A History of US: An Age of Extremes by Joy Hakim)
  • 986,813 – 21 = 986,792 (Environment by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan–textbook)
  • 986,792 – 66 = 986,726 (The Princess Bride by William Goodman)
  • 986,726 – 4 = 986,722 (So Long a Letter by Mariama Ba)
  • 986,722 – 96 = 986,626 (Boy, Snow, Bird by Helen Oyeyemi)
  • 986,626 – 51 = 986,575 (Our Stolen Future by Theo Colborn, Dianne Dumanosky, and John Peterson Myers)

March 2014: 989,179

  • 989,179 – 4 = 989,175 (“Fragments” by David Levithan)
  • 989,175 – 13 = 989,162 (“Surgeon’s Hall” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 989,162 – 12 = 989,150 (“Skylines” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 989,150 – 23 = 989,127 (“The Star-Child” by Oscar Wilde)
  • 989,127 – 12 = 989,115 (“Banshee” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 989,115 – 16 = 989,099 (“Sabbath” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 989,099 – 5 = 989,094 (“Cetacean Disco” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 989,094 – 158 = 988,936 (Let Them Eat Shrimp by Kennedy Warne)
  • 988,936 – 16 = 988,920 (“the day” by David Levithan)
  • 988,920 – 8 = 988,912 (“One for His Lordship, And One for the Road!” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 988,912 – 13 = 988,899 (“Go Carolina” by David Sedaris)
  • 988,899 – 10 = 988,889 (Fearless Girls, Wise Women & Beloved Sisters: Heroines in Folktales from Around the World edited by Kathleen Ragan)
  • 988,889 – 8 = 988,881 (“The Stolen Bairn and the Sidh”–folktale)
  • 988,881 – 4 = 988,877 (“A Study of Asexuality in Greek Myths” by Annie Stevens)
  • 988,877 – 54 = 988,823 (A History of US: Reconstruction and Reform by Joy Hakim)
  • 988,823 – 232 = 988,591 (Fun Home: A Family Tragicomic by Alison Bechdel)
  • 988,591 – 7 = 988,584 (“Three Sisters and Their Husbands, Three Brothers”–folktale)
  • 988,584 – 5 = 988,579 (“Strong” by David Levithan)
  • 988,579 – 7 = 988,581 (“The Laurel and Hardy Love Affair” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 988,581 – 16 = 988,565 (“Giant Dreams, Midget Abilities” by David Sedaris)
  • 988,565 – 183 = 988,382 (A Wizard of Earthsea by Ursula K. Le Guin)
  • 988,382 – 289 = 988,093 (Are You My Mother? by Alison Bechdel)
  • 988,098 – 10 = 988,088 (“The Patron Saint of Stoners” by David Levithan)
  • 988,088 – 7 = 988,081 (“Genetic Engineering” by David Sedaris)
  • 988,081 – 11 = 988,070 (“Unterderseaboat Doktor” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 988,070 – 3 = 988,067 (“The Corpse Watchers”–folktale)
  • 988,067 – 34 = 988,033 (A Householder’s Guide to the Universe by Harriet Fasenfast)
  • 988,033 – 32 = 988,001 (A Young People’s History of the United States by Howard Zinn and adapted by Rebecca Stefoff)
  • 988,001 – 44 = 987,957 (The Private War of Mrs. Packard by Barbara Sapinsley)
  • 987,957 – 77 = 987,880 (Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown)
  • 987,880 – 30 = 987,850 (Environment by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan–textbook)
  • 987,850 – 216 = 987,634 (Never Enough by Joe McGinniss)
  • 987,634 – 116 = 987,518 (Watership Down by Richard Adams)
  • 987,518 – 5 = 987,513 (From the Forest by Sara Maitland)
  • 987,513 – 30 = 987,483 (The Sixth Extinction by Elizabeth Kolbert)

February 2014: 995,764

  • 995,764 – 39 = 995,725 (The Influencing Machine: Brooke Gladstone on the Media)
  • 995,725 – 128 = 995,597 (Revival: You’re Among Friends vol. 1 by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton)
  • 995,597 – 128 = 995,469 (Revival: Live Like You Mean It vol. 2 by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton)
  • 995,469 – 17 = 995,452 (“The Remarkable Rocket” by Oscar Wilde)
  • 995,452 – 329 = 995,123 (Stitches by David Small)
  • 995,123 – 11 = 995,112 (“The Braan Salmon” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 995,112 – 7 = 995,105 (“Remember Sascha?” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 995,105 – 6 = 995,099 (“Junior” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 995,099 – 237 = 994,862 (Marbles: Mania, Depression, Michelangelo, & Me by Ellen Forney)
  • 994,862 – 115 = 994,747 (Draupadi: The Fire-Born Princess by Saraswati Nagpal)
  • 994,747 – 148 = 994,599 (Burnout by Rebecca Donner and Inaki Miranda)
  • 994,599 – 192 = 994,407 (Morning Glories: For a Better Future volume one by Nick Spencer with art by Joe Eisma)
  • 994,407 – 12 = 994,395 (“Crex-Crex” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 994,407 – 160 = 994,235 (Saga, Volume One by Brian K. Vaughan with art by Fiona Staples)
  • 994,235 – 144 = 994,091 (The Walking Dead: Days Gone Bye volume 1 by Robert Kirkman with art by Tony Moore)
  • 994,091 – 6 = 994,085 (“suburban myths” by David Levithan)
  • 994,085 – 20 = 994,065 (“The Young King” by Oscar Wilde)
  • 994,065 – 168 = 993,897 (Morning Glories: All Will Be Free volume two by Nick Spencer, with art by Joe Eisma)
  • 993,897 – 27 = 993,870 (“The Birthday of the Infanta” by Oscar Wilde)
  • 993, 870 – 21 = 993,849 (“gospel” by David Levithan)
  • 993,849 – 136 = 993,713 (The Walking Dead: Miles Behind Us volume 2 by Robert Kirkman with art by Tony Charlie Adlard)
  • 993,713 – 291 = 993,422 (Economix by Michael Goodwin, illustrated by Dan E. Burr)
  • 993,422 – 136 = 993,286 (The Walking Dead: Safety Behind Bars volume 3 by Robert Kirkman with art by Charlie Adlard)
  • 993,286 – 142 = 993,144 (When the Emperor Was Divine by Julie Otsuka)
  • 993,144 – 136 = 993,008 (The Walking Dead: The Heart’s Desire volume 4 by Robert Kirkman with art by Charlie Adlard)
  • 993,008 – 11 = 992,997 (“Fever” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 992,997 – 240 = 992,757 (Morning Glories: P.E. volume three by Nick Spencer with art by Joe Eisma)
  • 992,757 – 136 = 992,621 (The Walking Dead: The Best Defense volume five by Robert Kirkman)
  • 992,621 – 216 = 992,405 (Morning Glories: Truants volume 4 by Nick Spencer, with art by Joe Eisma)
  • 992,405 – 136 = 992,269 (The Walking Dead: This Sorrowful Life volume six by Robert Kirkman, with art by Charlie Adlard)
  • 992,269 – 136 = 992,133 (The Walking Dead: The Calm Before volume seven by Robert Kirkman, with art by Charlie Adlard)
  • 992,133 – 136 = 991,997 (The Walking Dead: Made to Suffer volume eight by Robert Kirkman, with art by Charlie Adlard)
  • 991,997 – 136 = 991,861 (Morning Glories: Tests volume five by Nick Spencer, with art by Joe Eisma)
  • 991,861 – 144 = 991,717 (Embroideries by Marjane Satrapi)
  • 991,717 – 190 = 991,527 (Blue Pills: A Positive Love Story by Frederick Peeters)
  • 991,527 – 191 = 991,336 (A Bride’s Story Volume One by Kaoru Mori)
  • 991,336 – 195 = 991, 141 (A Bride’s Story Volume Two by Kaoru Mori)
  • 991,141 – 208 = 990,933 (A Bride’s Story Volume Three by Kaoru Mori)
  • 990,933 – 12 = 990,921 (“That Woman on the Lawn” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 990,921 – 192 = 990,729 (A Bride’s Story Volume Four by Kaoru Mori)
  • 990,729 – 199 = 990,530 (A Bride’s Story Volume Five by Kaoru Mori)
  • 990,530 – 10 = 990,520 (“Markings” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 990,520 – 48 = 990,472 (“The Fisherman and His Soul” by Oscar Wilde)
  • 990,472 – 123 = 990,349 (A History of US: Reconstruction and Reform, 1865-1896 by Joy Hakim)
  • 990,349 – 432 = 989,917 (Solanin by Inio Asano)
  • 989,917 – 11 = 989,906 (“February 1999: Ylla” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 989,906 – 10 = 989,896 (“lying awake beside you, these thoughts run through my head” by David Levithan)
  • 989,896 – 128 = 989,768 (Revival: A Faraway Place, Volume Three by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton)
  • 989,768 – 144 = 989,624 (Morning Glories: Demerits, Volume Six by Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma)
  • 989,624 – 144 = 989,480 (Saga Volume Two by Brian K. Vaughan, with art by Fiona Staples)
  • 989,480 – 53 = 989,427 (Environment by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan–textbook)
  • 989,427 – 4 = 989,423 (Bury My Heart at Wounded Knee by Dee Brown)
  • 989,423 – 8 = 989,415 (Let Them Eat Shrimp by Kennedy Warne)
  • 989,415 – 8 = 989,407 (Book Crush by Nancy Pearl)
  • 989,407 – 198 = 989,209 (Sweet Tooth: Wild Game, volume six by Jeff Lemire)
  • 989,209 – 30 = 989,179 (Householder’s Guide to the Universe by Harriet Fasenfest)

January 28-31, 2014: 995,956

  • 995,956 – 75 = 995,881 (Sing Down the Moon by Scott O’Dell)
  • 995,881 – 81 = 995,800 (The Influencing Machine: Brooke Gladstone on the Media)
  • 995,800 – 3 = 995,797 (“My girlfriend is in love with Holden Caulfield” by David Levithan)
  • 995,797 – 33 = 995,764 (The Householder’s Guide to the Universe by Harriet Fasenfast)

January 22-28, 2014: 996,496

  • 996,496 – 28 = 996,468 (Surviving the Roller Coaster by Jean Ford)
  • 996,468 – 17 = 996,451 (“Findings” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 996,451 – 180 = 996,271 (The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton)
  • 996,271 – 16 = 996,255 (“The Devoted Friend” by Oscar Wilde)
  • 996,255 – 153 = 996,102 (There is No Dog by Meg Rosoff)
  • 996,102 – 2 = 996,100 (“On the Inside” by David Levithan)
  • 996,100 – 8 = 996,092 (“Lafayette, Farewell” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 996,092 – 44 = 996,048 (Sing Down the Moon by Scott O’Dell)
  • 996,048 – 40 = 996,008 (Mister Monday by Garth Nix)
  • 996,008 – 52 = 995,956 (The Influencing Machine: Brooke Gladstone on the Media)

January 14-21, 2014: 996,846

  • 996,846 – 20 = 996,826 (The History of US: War, Terrible War 1855-1865 by Joy Hakim)
  • 996,826 – 3 = 996,823 (“Sun and Moon: The Making and Breaking of Gender Roles” by Annie Stevens)
  • 996,823 – 9 = 996,814 (“Heavy-Set” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 996,814 – 7 = 996,807 (“The First NIght of Lent” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 996,807 – 20 = 996,787 (“Loves songs for Elizabeth” by David Levithan)
  • 996,787 – 7 = 996,780 (“The Selfish Giant” by Oscar Wilde)
  • 996,780 – 59 = 996,721 (Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor)
  • 996,721- 22 = 996,699 (Environment by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan–textbook)
  • 996,699 – 15 = 996,684 (“Peregrines, Ospreys, Cranes” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 996,684 – 21 = 996,663 (Delusions of Gender by Cordelia Fine)
  • 996,663 – 47 = 996,616 (Surviving the Roller Coaster by Jean Ford)
  • 996,616 – 120 = 996,496 (There is No Dog by Meg Rosoff)

January 7-13, 2014: 997,366

  • 997,366 – 176 = 997,190 (Saffy’s Angel by Hilary McKay)
  • 997,190 – 17 = 997,173 (Surviving the Roller Coaster: A Teen’s Guide to Coping with Moods by Jean Ford)
  • 997,173 – 17 = 997,156 (Environment by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan–textbook)
  • 997,156 – 37 = 997,119 (Delusions of Gender by Cordelia Fine)
  • 997,119 – 152 = 996,967 (A People’s History of American Empire by Howard Zinn, Mike Konopacki, and Paul Buhle)
  • 996,967 – 68 = 996,899 (Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor)
  • 996,899 – 21 = 996,878 (“Darkness and Light” by Kathleen Jamie)
  • 996,878 – 9 = 996,869 (“The Nightingale and the Rose” by Oscar Wilde)
  • 996,869 – 23 = 996,846 (“tinder heart” by David Levithan)

January 6, 2014: 997,454

  • 997,454 – 19 = 997,435 (Surviving the Roller Coaster: A Teen’s Guide to Coping with Moods by Jean Ford)
  • 997,435 – 14 = 997,421 (Environment by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan–textbook)
  • 997,421 – 34 = 997,387 (Delusions of Gender by Cordelia Fine)
  • 997,387 – 13 = 997,374 (The Fisherman and His Soul and other Fairy Tales by Oscar Wilde)
  • 997,374 – 8 = 997,366 (Saffy’s Angel by Hilary McKay)

January 3-5, 2014: 997,580

  • 997,580 – 30 = 997,550 (A People’s History of American Empire by Howard Zinn, Mike Konopacki, and Paul Buhle)
  • 997,550 – 79 = 997,471 (Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor)
  • 997,471 – 17 = 997,454 (Delusions of Gender by Cordelia Fine)

January 2, 2014: 997,597

  • 997,597 – 10 = 997,587 (“Nature or Nurture? ‘The 50 Most Beautiful People in the World’ Asses the Source of Their Good Looks” by Robert Sapolsky)
  • 997,587 – 7 = 997,580 (A People’s History of American Empire by Howard Zinn, Mike Konopacki, and Paul Buhle)

January 1, 2014: 997,630

  • 997,630 – 3 = 997,627 (“The Beggar on O’Connell Bridge” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 997,627 – 5 = 997,622 (“The Flying Machine” by Ray Bradbury)
  • 997,622 – 10 = 997, 612 (“smoking” by David Levithan)
  • 997,612 – 15 = 997,597 (Saffy’s Angel by Hilary McKay)

December 31, 2013: 997,901

  • 997,901 – 71 = 997,830 (Silent Prey by John Sandford)
  • 997,830 – 40 = 997,790 (Delusions of Gender by Cordelia Fine)
  • 997,790 – 68 = 997,722 (Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor)
  • 997,722 – 76 = 997,646 (A People’s History of American Empire by Howard Zinn, Mike Konopacki, and Paul Buhle)
  • 997,646 – 16 = 997,630 (Saffy’s Angel by Hilary McKay)

December 17-30, 2013: 998, 574

  • 998,574 – 6 = 998,568 (War, Terrible War by Joy Hakim)
  • 998,568 – 43 = 998,525 (Deadly Inferno by Dan Abnett)
  • 998,525 – 143 = 998,382 (Saints by Gene Luen Yang)
  • 998,382 – 12 = 998,370 (How Rude by Alex J. Packer)
  • 998,370 – 38 = 998,332 (Mister Monday by Garth Nix)
  • 998,332 – 72 = 998,260 (Full Frontal Feminism by Jessica Valenti)
  • 998,260 – 320 = 997,940 (Silent Prey by John Sandford)
  • 997,940 – 39 = 997,901(Delusions of Gender by Cordelia Fine)

December 13-16, 2013: 998,754

  • 998,754 – 151 = 998,603 (Boxers by Gene Luen Yang)
  • 998,603 – 20 = 998,583 (How Rude! by Alex J. Packer)
  • 998,583 – 11 = 998,572 (Mister Monday by Garth Nix)
  • 998,572 – 25 = 998,547 (Saints by Gene Luen Yang)

December 12, 2013: 998,903

  • 998,903 – 47 = 998,856 (Riot by Walter Dean Myers)
  • 998,856 – 10 = 998,846 (Environment by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan-textbook)
  • 998,846 – 92 = 998,754 (Boxers by Gene Luen Yang)

December 11, 2013: 999, 020

  • 999,020 – 117 = 998,903 (Riot by Walter Dean Myers)

December 10, 2013: 999,151

  • 999,151 – 46 = 999,105 (The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros)
  • 999,105 – 39 = 999,020 (Boxers by Gene Luen Yang)

December 9, 2013: 999,188

  • 999,188 – 37 = 999,151 (The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros)

December 6-8, 2013: 999,285

  • 999,285 – 14 = 999,271 (The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman)
  • 999,271 – 42 = 999,229 (The House on Mango Street by Sandra Cisneros)
  • 999, 229 – 41 = 999,188 (Boxers by Gene Luen Yang)

Dec. 4-5, 2013: 999,420

  • 999,420 – 53 = 999,367 (A Separate Peace by John Knowles)
  • 999,367 – 13 = 999,354 (Environment by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan–textbook)
  • 999,354 – 69 = 999,285 (Full Frontal Feminism by Jessica Valenti)

Dec. 3, 2013: 999,472

  • 999,472 – 29 = 999,443 (A Separate Peace by John Knowles)
  • 999,443 – 23 = 999,420 (Psyche in a Dress by Francesca Lia Block)

Dec. 2, 2013: 999,589

  • 999,589 – 6 = 999,583 (“What’s Wrong With Me?” by Meghan O’Rourke–article in The New Yorker)
  • 999,583 – 5 = 999,578 (Environment by Jay Withgott and Scott Brennan–textbook)
  • 999,578 – 34 = 999,544 (A Separate Peace by John Knowles)
  • 999,544 – 30 = 999,514 (Full Frontal Feminism by Jessica Valenti)
  • 999,514 – 24 = 999,490 (Mister Monday by Garth Nix)
  • 999,490 – 18 = 999,472 (Psyche in a Dress by Francesca Lia Block)

Dec. 1, 2013: 999,632

  • 999,632 – 43 = 999,589 (Psyche in a Dress by Francesca Lia Block)

Nov. 30, 2013: 999,665

  • 999,665 – 33 = 999,632 (Psyche in a Dress by Francesca Lia Block)

Nov. 29, 2013: 999,761

  • 999,761 – 96 = 999,665 (Every Woman’s Nightmare by Steven Long)

Nov. 28, 2013: 999,826

  • 999,826 – 65 = 999,761 (The Shining by Stephen King)

Nov. 27, 2013: 1,000,000

  • 1,000,000 – 18 = 999,982 (A History of US: War, Terrible War: 1855-1865 by Joy Hakim)
  • 999,982 – 39 = 999,943 (The Killer Angels by Michael Shaara)
  • 999,943 – 91 = 999,852 (More Than This by Patrick Ness)
  • 999,852 – 26 = 999,826 (Every Woman’s Nightmare by Steven Long)
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