Here are the bestsellers at Southern California’s independent bookstores

The SoCal Indie Bestseller List for the sales week ended Feb. 21 is based on reporting from the independent booksellers of Southern California, the California Independent Booksellers Alliance and IndieBound. For an independent bookstore near you, visit


1. The Four Winds: Kristin Hannah

2. The Vanishing Half: Brit Bennett

3. The Midnight Library: Matt Haig

4. Hamnet: Maggie O’Farrell

5. The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue: V.E. Schwab

6. A Court of Silver Flames: Sarah J. Maas

7. Anxious People: Fredrik Backman

8. Perestroika in Paris: Jane Smiley

9. The Paris Library: Janet Skeslien Charles

10. Mexican Gothic: Silvia Moreno-Garcia


1. How to Avoid a Climate Disaster: The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We  Need: Bill Gates

2. The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse: Charlie Mackesy

3. Caste: Isabel Wilkerson

4. Breath: James Nestor

5. Untamed: Glennon Doyle

6. A Swim in a Pond in the Rain: George Saunders

7. Keep Sharp: Sanjay Gupta, M.D.

8. Greenlights: Matthew McConaughey

9. Let Me Tell You What I Mean: Joan Didion

10. Under a White Sky: Elizabeth Kolbert


1. Bridgerton: The Duke and I: Julia Quinn

2. Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess: Bobby Fischer, et al.

3. The Name of the Wind: Patrick Rothfuss

4. Bridgerton: The Viscount Who Loved Me: Julia Quinn

5. The Dispossessed: Ursula K. Le Guin

6. The Fallen: David Baldacci

7. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy: Douglas Adams

8. Assassin’s Apprentice: The Farseer Trilogy Book 1: Robin Hobb

9. American Gods: Neil Gaiman

10. Mistborn: The Final Empire: Brandon Sanderson, Tor, $8.99, 9781250318541


1. Shuggie Bain: Douglas Stuart

2. Circe: Madeline Miller

3. The Song of Achilles: Madeline Miller

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4. Fair Warning: Michael Connelly

5. The Water Dancer: Ta-Nehisi Coates

6. The Glass Hotel: Emily St.John Mandel

7. Home Body: Rupi Kaur

8. Greenwood: Michael Christie

9. The Picture of Dorian Gray: Oscar Wilde

10. The Overstory: Richard Powers

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