Memoirs of Prince Harry become the best-selling non-fiction in Britain
The autobiography of Prince Harry has become the fastest-selling non-fiction in Britain. This was reported by Reuters.
On the first day, 400 thousand books were sold, including electronic and audio versions.
Prince Harry in his book admits to drug use, murder 25 people in Afghanistan, a fight with William and frostbite of the genitals.
Prince Harry's autobiographical book "Spare" came out on January 10, after a series of scandals caused by reports about its content and statements by the Duke in several interviews. However, the reaction of the critics who read it was mild and rather favorable. They found it touching and honest, albeit overloaded with intimate details.
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