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This week’s best-selling books

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

NON-FICTION

1 Pull No Punches by Judith Collins (Allen & Unwin, $36.99)

Trash 

2 The Quick and the Dead by Cynric Temple-Camp (HarperCollins, $39.99)

Death.

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

Food.

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

Self-help.

5 Know Your Place by Golriz Ghahraman (HarperCollins, $39.99)

Memoir.

6 Matariki by Rangi Matamua (Huia Publishers, $35)

Stars.

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

Self-help.

8 Maori Made Easy by Scotty Morrison (Penguin Random House, $30)

Language.

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

Bullshit.

10 Imagining Decolonisation by various authors (Bridget Williams Books, $14.99)

History.

FICTION

1 Tiny Pieces of Us by Nicky Pellegrino (Hachette, $34.99)

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

3 Fragments from an Infinite Catalogue by John Tane Christeller (The Cuba Press, $30)

Poetry.

4 Fake Baby by Amy McDaid (Penguin Random House, $36)

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

6 Ephemera by Tina Shaw (Cloud Ink Press, $29.99)

7 How to Be Old by Rachel McAlpine (The Cuba Press, $25)

Poetry.

8 Nothing to See by Pip Adam (Victoria University Press, $30)

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

10 Alpha Night by Nalini Singh (Hachette, $34.99)

 

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