What Swedes read in 2012
When it's dark and dreary outside, is there anything better than to curl up with a good book? Wanna know what Swedes read in 2012? Nordstjernan took a look at the most sold fiction books this year. Topping the list is
1. “Femtio nyanser av honom” (“Fifty Shades of Grey”) by E. L. James.
2. “Det röda fältet” (“Red Sorghum: A Novel of China”) by this year’s Nobel Prize winner in literature, Mo Yan.
3 “Femtio nyanser av mörker” (“Fifty Shades Darker”) by E. L. James.
4. “En man som heter Ove” (A man by the name of Ove) by Fredrik Backman.
5. “Torka aldrig tårar utan handskar: 1, Kärleken” (Never dry tears without gloves: 1, Love) by Jonas Gardell.
6. “Fallvatten” (Falling water) by Mikael Niemi.
7. “Den tomma stolen” (“The Casual Vacancy”) by J. K. Rowling.
8. “Springfloden” (The spring tide) by Cilla and Rolf Börjlind.
9. “Gubbe och katt: en kärlekshistoria” (Old man and cat: a love story) by Nils Uddenberg.
10. “Vitlöksballaderna” (“The Garlic Ballads”) by Mo Yan.