Prince Harry broke the Guinness World Record for the fastest selling non-fiction book of all time with his autobiography. replace, It appeared on bookstore shelves earlier this week.
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The first day of sales in the UK, USA and Canada, the Guinness Book of World Records sold 1.43 million copies.
Former US President Barack Obama had previously achieved this feat for his autobiography. the promised land, Released in 2020 and sold 887,000 copies on the day of release.
“First full day of sales change “This marks the highest sales of a non-fiction book ever published by Penguin Random House,” the book publisher confirmed in a statement.
According to Guinness World Records, the numbers are quite impressive considering most of the juicy details were revealed just days before the January 10 release.
The latest installment in the history of the fastest-selling book in history, across all genres Harry Potter, J.K. By Rowling Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, It sold 8.3 million copies on its release in 2007.
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