According to a statement released Wednesday by Penguin Random House, the book’s publisher, the book sold in all formats – paper, audio and electronic – in the US, Canada and the UK.
Penguin Random House said, “Spare’s first full day of sales represents the largest first-day sales for any nonfiction book published by Penguin Random House, the world’s largest trade publisher.”
Harry’s 410-page memoir officially went on sale on Tuesday, with some stores in London opening at midnight in anticipation of high demand. Copies of the Spanish edition were released a few days earlier, causing a whirlwind of headlines and revelations in the global media.
Yet these did not prove to be spoilers for those eagerly awaiting its publication, as revealed by the publisher.
Random House also said that the first US printing of Harry’s memoir was 2 million copies and that the book has now “goed back to the press for additional copies to meet demand.”
The publisher promised “raw, unflinching honesty” from Rajkumar, who narrated the expanded audio version of the book.
“Spare” is available for sale worldwide in 16 languages.
The Duke of Sussex has almost nothing to hold back as he subverts the public’s perception that he is the fun-loving, care-free party prince, delving into the devastating impact of his mother’s death uses drugs as a method of coping, and his struggle to find love.
It is scathing and highly critical of several family members, who are not defending themselves as the palace is not responding to the claims, and calls for deeply personal conversations despite Harry’s previous railing against the media for invasion of privacy. discloses.
“Vulnerable and heartfelt, brave and intimate, Spare is the story of someone we may have thought we already knew, but now we actually get to hear Prince Harry in his own words,” said Gina Centrello, president and publisher of Random House Group. can understand from. , said in the statement.