Lists: The Top 10 Most Popular Books on Twitter 2014
Quartz has published a list of the Top 10 most popular books (precisely, the most frequently mentioned titles) on Twitter for 2014.
This Top 10 year-end list was provided by web-based book recommendation service BookVibe and is based on an analysis of over 80 million tweets.
The Top Five of 2014
- The Fault in our Stars by John Green (1.2 million tweets)
- A Game of Thrones by George R.R. Martin (400,000 tweets)
- Looking for Alaska by John Green (150,000 tweets)
- To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee (90,000 tweets)
- Hannibal by Thomas Harris (80,000 tweets)
The complete list is available here along with some analysis.
As part of its book rec service BookVibe also publishes weekly lists of the Top 10 trending books on Twitter in eight categories. You can find these lists at the links below.
- Best Books
- Best Biography and Memoir Books
- Best Food and Wine Books
- Best Mystery and Thriller Books
- Best Romance Books
- Best Science Fiction Books
- Best Self-Help Books
- Best Technology Books
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