Weekly book ranking: Carrisi still at the top of the top ten

Happy Wednesday dear readers! Welcome back to the new appointment with i best-selling books in Italydiscovering today the book ranking which have been more successful on the shelves (physical and otherwise) between the 14 and 20 November 2022.

Here we are with some anticipation, which as regards the first positions does not see major changes in the compositions, but in the places occupied: we still find the new book by Donato Carrisithat of Pifthe latest book by Paul Jordanthe essay of Aldo Cazzullothe home cook Blessed Rossi.

The new novel’s only new title in the high positions Michael Connelly, The star of the desert.

The last positions, on the other hand, all see new releases: the new book by Paolo Mieli and the novel by Massimo Recalcati.

Weekly book ranking: here are the best-selling books from 14 to 20 November 2022

1. Stay on top The house of lights from Donato Carrisi. The book has all the ingredients loved by fans of thriller books: a little girl who lives with a governess and a Finnish au pair, without parents. Pietro Gerber, the best hypnotist in Florence, the baby sleeper. The past lived by a child who comes back to haunt today’s adult.





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2. He climbs up the standings incredibly and returns to his loyal second place Mussolini the ringleader. Why should we be ashamed of fascism from Aldo Cazzullothe essay in which the author demolishes many clichés born around fascism and its creator, given that the majority of Italians have the wrong idea of ​​the Duce.





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3. Loses a position A poor idiot’s desperate search for lovethe new novel by Pif who for some years has ventured into writing novels, alongside his activity as a journalist and actor. Arturo, forty years old, has reached that moment in his life when all his peers are “settled” while he doesn’t even have a partner. But how do you find a soul mate? Pif returns to the bookstore with a story full of tenderness, on the contradictions of our present, on the fragility between the decline of old certainties and the false myths of new truths.





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4. The star of the desert from Michael Connelly tells of a new case for the two crime hunters of the city of Los Angeles: Ballard & Bosch are ready to investigate behind the extermination of an entire family by a psychopath.



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5. The new book by goes down one more position Paul Jordan, Tasmania, the novel that tells of the future of each of us through the events of the protagonist, Lorenza, Karol, Curzia and Giulio. A novel about the search for the place where it is possible to save oneself. A few copies sold less, but a book you will hear about for a long time.



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6. Continues its descent in the rankings Blessed Rossi with Welcome to my home! Lots of easy recipes and simple tips to save money in the kitchen and at homevolume that offers cooking enthusiasts (and not) advice to reconcile an ever faster life, respect for the environment and attention to savings.



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7. Up two places from last week’s ranking The science of cleaning. The chemistry of detergent and bleach, and hoaxes about baking soda from Dario Bressanini, chemistry teacher and professional researcher is dedicated to house cleaning, finally framed both from a practical and strictly scientific point of view. In addition to debunking universally widespread hoaxes and myths, these pages explain the many “whys” of cleanliness and dirt, while providing the best solutions for cleaning the house safely and effectively.



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8. Wounds still open. Wars, aggressions, conspiracies from Paolo Mieli starts from a long essay on relations between Kiev and Moscow to analyze various historical facts of the past that still have an impact today: from the conspiracy that led to the assassination of Julius Caesar and the legends that underlie the history of Rome; from Cosimo de’ Medici and the hunt for heretics, passing from the Italian Risorgimento and the European history of the twentieth century.



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9. Silicon Europe. The great adventure of microelectronics and of an Italian-French company that makes the world go round from Marco Bardazzi tells, through the history of ST (an Italian company) and European microelectronics, a surprising journey that documents the ideas, inventions, stories and people behind the technologies and objects that have transformed everyone’s life over the decades we.



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10. The latest book by Massimo Recalcati, The light of dead stars. Essay on mourning and nostalgia is precisely what is promised in the title: a discussion that tells of the relationship of human life with the traumatic experience of loss.



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Weekly book ranking: Carrisi still at the top of the top ten