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Prince Harry’s memoir breaks sales records

During the first day alone, about 400,000 paper and digital copies of the autobiography were sold.

During the first day alone, about 400,000 paper and digital copies of the autobiography were sold.

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Prince Harry’s autobiographical book Spare broke sales records shortly after it appeared on store bookshelves. During the first day alone, about 400,000 paper and digital copies of the autobiography were sold, which is an absolute record for a work in the non-fiction genre.

Better than the revelations of the prince, only books about Harry Potter were sold, but they do not fall into the category of memoirs.

According to experts, the resounding success of the book is due to the fact that the British royal family is not used to dirty linen from the palace, and perhaps the only one who did this before Harry was his mother, Princess Diana, who also did not get along in the Windsor family.

Critics have already managed to read the “Spare” and give it a definition of “a very strange book”: in his autobiography, the prince brings for general consideration quite intimate details of his life – how he lost his virginity, how he froze his manhood, how he used drugs and much more, writes The Guardian.

One way or another, there was no end to those wishing to touch the innermost secrets of the royal family on the book sales stratum. It is unlikely that the revelations of the fugitive prince will shake the British throne, but his relationship with his father, King Charles III, and older brother William, heir to the throne, can be considered completely ruined.

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