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"Bree Tanner" sells a million copies in the U.S.

Bree So much for the folks who complained about Stephenie Meyer offering free downloads of her novella The Short Second Life of Bree Tanner, a tactic that would allegedly hurt sales of the hardcover book. Not so, reports the Associated Press. Bree Tanner has sold a million copies in the United States since it was released June 5.

Not surprising, I suppose, when you consider that in less than five years, almost 100,000 million copies of the Twilight saga have been sold in almost 50 countries.

Publisher Little, Brown says Bree Tanner is the bestselling book of the year so far.


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