Book by Prince Harry Sells More Copies on its First day than Ever Before.
On its first day of sale, the book "SPARE" by British Prince Harry smashed a record by selling more than 1.4 million copies.
The controversial memoir "SPARE" by Prince Harry reportedly sold more than 1.43 million copies on its first day of release in the United Kingdom, the United States, and Canada.
Barack Obama, a former US president, formerly held the record for the most books sold with 887,000 copies of his book "Promise Land 2020." The book, which was published on January 10 in 16 languages, started to sell.
Although copies in Spain were afterward quickly removed from the shops, by that time the book had already reached the media. A Spanish translation of a copy of the contentious biography was accidentally put on the Spanish market, leading to various discoveries. This explains why many individuals expressed interest in purchasing Prince Harry's book. "Spear" outsold all other non-fiction books on Penguin Random House's first day of sales, according to the book's publisher.
It should be remembered that Prince Harry claimed his elder brother Prince William of physically hitting him in his divisive autobiography "Spear." Prince William got into a violent argument with Meghan Markle, the wife of Prince Harry, and injured his back after calling her "complicated" and "rude." The 410-page book also disclosed that Prince Harry had killed 25 individuals while serving in Afghanistan. Even though he doesn't feel proud of having killed 25 people in Afghanistan, he states in his book that he has no regrets. Prince Harry has revealed a number of significant details about the British royal family, including his connection with his brother Prince William, his father Prince Charles, and other family members in his biography.
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