In the literary world, Prince Harry’s memoir, titled “Spare,” has caused quite a stir.
The book, which was co-written by journalist John Mehringer and published by Penguin Random House on January 10, is already a bestseller and has even entered the Guinness Book of Records.
The general public’s eagerness to purchase the book resulted in the sale of 400,000 copies in just one week, despite some pre-release leaks of the Duke’s revelations.
Prince Harry received $20 million for his work prior to publication, in addition to a substantial percentage of sales, totaling $16 million.
Larry Finlay, the publishing house’s managing director, stated that the book’s success exceeded their expectations, outselling only J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter series.
In an effort by the Duke and the editor to avoid completely cutting ties with his relatives, the original version of “Spare” was twice as long but was eventually reduced to 400 pages.
In conclusion, Prince Harry’s memoir “Spare” has been a huge success, selling a record number of copies and bringing in a significant financial reward for the Duke.
The book’s popularity demonstrates that people all over the world are still captivated and intrigued by the younger prince’s life and experiences.