New Zealand best-selling books this week, as compiled by the Nielsen BookScan New Zealand best-selling list and reviewed by Steve Braunias.
1 In Italy, It’s Love by Nicky Pellegrino (Hachette, $ 34.99)
Italian news, related to the author’s best-selling book on love and food in Italy: A new line of Italian exporters, including olive oil, balsam, sauces and vodka, has taken its name, history and anointing. The Godfather. Corleone Fine Italian represents a partnership between Los Angeles-based MJ Licensing and ViacomCBS Consumer Products, which oversees the licensing and marketing of Paramount Pictures, which released the film in 1972. With olive oil you can’t deny, and so on.
2 He is a Killer by Kirsten McDougall (Victoria University Press, $ 30)
For a long time Pellegrino has been at number one (eight weeks, I think), McDougall has been at number 2 with his favorite eco-thriller.
3 Oops by Becky Manawatu (Makaro Press, $ 35)
4 Out Here by Chris Tse & Emma Barnes (Auckland University Press, $ 49.99)
Queer poetry, including “middle” by Rhian Gallagher:
Near and far, you were with me.
Either way you moved
I was swept away, imprisoned.
Between being at home
and to flee, our peace,
In the darkness of London light
in the middle of the paragraph, in our walk
across the Brooklyn Bridge
between one country and another
two sessions up to an hour.
Physical body, perfect,
between allowing and holding,
your hand all night on my thigh.
5 Last Visitors by JP Pomare (Hachette, $ 34.99)
6 Greta and Valdin by Rebecca K Reilly (Victoria University Press, $ 35)
Wellington Secretary Mikee Sto Domingo recently wrote active communication is a writer. Highlights:
Q: What is your favorite chair?
A: I don’t think I know the types of seats and names other than the Eames seats. I read the worst thing about the Eames chairs yesterday, from the 1962 Helen Gurley Brown book. Only Sex With a Girl and marked “his Eames or another chair, or on his desk where he made a phone call (especially his mother)” as “possible place of fellatio”. I do not have an Eames seat. I have no chairs.
Q: How do you choose the right type of belt?
Answer: I don’t think there is a need to have rules about what kind of belt. The real question is how big the buckle should be, if you feel you have enough confidence to unleash a great cowboy vibe.
Q: What is the best outfit? Greta and Valdin?
A: As Betty shows up for her birthday wearing a tricolor summer dress, Swedish Hasbeens and Chanel lipstick in mid-August. I also love Xabi’s black turtleneck dress, jeans and Blundstones as he bleeds slowly and looks out the window, and V’s metallic turquoise suit.
7 Loop songs by Sue Orr (Victoria University Press, $ 35)
8 Count by Patricia Grace (Penguin Random House, $ 19)
9 Sabbath Sabbath by Airini Beautrais (Victoria University Press, $ 30)
The first time I read a short story in which the author received an award (won the Jan Medlicott Acorn for Fiction Award at the 2021 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards) was in anthology available for free online. The VUP Home Reader, published last year during closing. His “Sin City” story was included. It was amazing to read about the swimmers in the suburbs, and she opened up, “I photographed Margot and Gregor. I don’t know why, they weren’t worth explaining. She’s on top of the basin, her breasts bulging. that he had already started a fight with Margot, and he wanted it to happen easily.It was often in Arthur’s place because Arthur put him on the train with Jacuzzi. Arthur was a lawyer and he was. Arthur had been divorced twice, had two children, and was now married to Jean.
10 Double Helix by Eileen Merriman (Penguin Random House, $ 36)
Predictability: National Identity Author Simon Bridges is back in the top 10 in next week’s non-fiction chart. Currently publishing my own book Cover Story: 100 beautiful, unique and amazing New Zealanders they whistle and press again to meet the requirements. From Colin Hogg’s comment on ReadingRoom: “It’s a small LP book dedicated to the old New Zealand literature … of Christmas paper that wraps, but it will be great, trust me.” However, here are the top 10, below.
1 Lost and Found and Toni Street (Allen & Unwin, $ 36.99)
2 Salad by Margo Flanagan & Rosa Flanagan (Allen & Unwin, $ 45)
3 The Joy of Farming by Lynda Hallinan (Allen & Unwin, $ 45)
4 Sonny Bill Williams by Sonny Bill Williams & Alan Duff (Hachette, $ 49.99)
5 Steve Hansen: Inheritance by Gregor Paul (HarperCollins, $ 49.99)
6 They have passed Bush by Paul Kilgour (HarperCollins, $ 39.99)
7 Love by Hinemoa Elder (Penguin Random House, $ 30)
8 After Tampa by Abbas Nazari (Allen & Unwin, $ 36.99)
9 Note to Self Journal by Rebekah Ballagh (Allen & Unwin, $ 29.99)
10 Food by Sarah Tuck (McKenzie Publishing, $ 45)
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