Sarah Palin Memoir Tops the Charts

"Going Rogue" outsells new Dan Brown thriller

Sarah Palin’s “Going Rogue” has gone number one.

Pre-orders of the ex-Alaska guv and GOP veep candidate’s new memoir topped the charts Wednesday on and on Barnes & Noble’s website, The Associated Press reported.

Palin's 400-page tome outsold Sen. Ted Kennedy’s “True Compass,” Mitch Albom’s “Have a Little Faith” and even "Da Vinci Code" author Dan Brown’s newest pot-boiler, “The Lost Symbol.”

In Alaska, a handful of bookstores the AP surveyed reported customers were already clamoring for copies of  "Going Rogue" ahead its Nov. 17 release. But Julie Drake, co-owner of Anchorage’s largest indie bookstore, Title Wave, said her customers hadn't shown any interest. “Maybe we're all going rogue, going all mavericky," she said.

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