Prince Harry’s jaw-dropping memoir “Spare” – which details his drug-taking, sex life and spats with members of the Royal Family – has sold an equally jaw-dropping 1.4 million copies in the U.S., U.K. and Canada on its first day of sales.The figure includes all formats and editions, including e-books and print.
According to publisher Penguin Random House, the book has smashed all records for any first-day nonfiction book sale it had ever put out, The Bookseller reported. “Spare” has even overtaken Barack Obama’s presidential memoir “A Promised Land,” which previously held the record.
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