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This week’s best-selling books

This week's biggest-selling New Zealand books, as recorded by the Nielsen BookScan NZ bestseller list and described by ReadingRoom literary editor Steve Braunias.

NON-FICTION

1 Vegful by Nadia Lim (Nude Food, $55)

2 Stop Surviving Start Fighting by Jazz Thornton (Penguin Random House, $38)

3 So Delish! by Simone Anderson (Allen & Unwin, $39.99)

4 Listen to Spirit by Kelvin Cruickshank (Penguin Random House, $38)

5 The Book of Overthinking by Gwendoline Smith (Allen & Unwin, $24.99)

6 A Natural Year by Wendyl Nissen (Allen & Unwin, $45)

7 One Minute Crying Time by Barbara Ewing (Massey University Press, $39.99)

8 A Māori Phrase a Day by Hemi Kelly (Penguin Random House, $30)

9 Puppy Zen by Mark Vette (Penguin Random House, $45)

10 Māori Made Easy by Scotty Morrison (Penguin Random House, $38)

And here's Simon Bridges, who Muller rolled as National Party leader, chilling out by his bookshelf at his Tauranga home. Like Muller, he has the autobiography of John Howard.

FICTION

1 Auē by Becky Manawatu (Makaro Press, $35)

2 The Luminaries by Eleanor Catton (Victoria University Press, $28)

3 The Absolute Book by Elizabeth Knox (Victoria University Press, $35)

4 The Reed Warbler by Ian Wedde (Victoria University Press, $35)

5 High Wire by Lloyd Jones & Euan Macleod (Massey University Press, $45)

6 In the Clearing by J.P. Pomare (Hachette, $34.99)

7 A Madness of Sunshine by Nalini Singh (Hachette, $34.99)

8 The History Speech by Mark Sweet (Huia, $32)

9 A Mistake by Carl Shuker (Victoria University Press, $30)

10 All the Way to Summer by Fiona Kidman (Penguin Random House, $40)

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