This week's 5 best-selling books as compiled by The Onion Book Review:
- There’s Not A Lot Of Food Henry Devlin (Random House, $22.95) An author with no scientific background imagines what it would be like to live on Mars.
- A Tale Of Two Cities: To Be Clear, I Was Talking About Caracas And Seattle Charles Dickens (Dover, $6.99) In this recently discovered addendum to the Dickens classic, the famed author specifically spells out, in no uncertain terms, exactly which two cities he was talking about.
- A Much Easier Day Mark Owen (Dutton, $12.95) The former Navy SEAL recalls the day after he killed Osama bin Laden.
- The Page-Turner Judy Kramptz (McGill Radley, $108.99) New technology lets you lean back and put your hands behind your head as the book does all the work. What’s it about? It doesn’t matter, just enjoy.
- Time to Die James Mercer (Uptown, $14.99) A guide to post-retirement.