New York. People’s curiosity to know about Prince Harry is not slowing down as his book ‘Spare’ continues to set new sales records. Penguin Random House announced on Wednesday that Harry’s book sold more than 1.4 million copies in its first day. The book ‘Becoming’ on former US President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle Obama, published by the company, sold 1.4 million copies in a week.
‘Becoming’ was published in 2018, since then it has sold 15 million copies worldwide. ‘Spare’ sales figures include hardcover, audiobook and e-book editions sold in the US, Canada and the UK. “‘Spare’ is the story of a man we thought we knew everything about, but now we really get to know the prince,” Gina Centrella, president and publisher of Random House Group, said in a statement. Are able to understand Harry from his own words.
“Looking at the first day sales, it is clear that readers agree that ‘Spare’ is a book that needs to be read and it is a book that we are proud to publish,” he added. Prince Harry has defended his decision to publish a memoir that exposed the infighting within Britain’s royal family.
Harry said it was “an attempt to tell my own story” after 38 years of being “manipulated and twisted” by other people. His book ‘Spare’ has written about personal emotional ups and downs and sour family relations and because of this it is in news. ‘Spare’ deals with Harry’s grief over the death of his mother in 1997 and his anguish at having long been undervalued by his older brother, Prince William.
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