Blair Cruises To Number One In Ireland
Blair’s memoir, A Journey, sold some 2,774 copies, some 350 more than the next bestselling title, the state’s Mathematical Tables, which sold 2,417.
Blair’s book sold some 800 more copies than Sheila O’Flanagan’s Stand By Me – the bestselling fiction title of the week with 1,956 sales.
According to sources at Eason’s the book sold some 700 copies during Blair’s signing.
The book offers ‘a frank account of a life in politics’ according to Blair himself and reveals his real opinions on Gordon Brown.
It has sold 92,060 copies in its first four days on sale in the UK, according to The Bookseller.