The book “Spear” by British Prince Harry broke a record by selling more than 1.4 million copies on its first day on the market. The contentious biography of Prince Harry, titled “Spear,” set a world record by selling more than 1.43 million copies on its first day of release, according to a report from Guinness World Records.
Former US President Barack Obama previously held the record for selling the most books, with 887,000 copies of his book “Promise Land 2020” being sold. On January 10, the book—which was released in 16 languages—began selling.
Even though copies of the book were taken right out of stores in Spain, the media had already heard about it. A Spanish translation of a copy of the contentious biography was accidentally released on the Spanish market, leading to several revelations. was This explains why many people expressed interest in purchasing Prince Harry’s book. According to the book’s publisher, “Spear” surpassed all other non-fiction titles on Penguin Random House’s first day of sales.
It should be noted that Prince Harry claimed in his contentious autobiography, “Spear,” that his older brother, Prince William, had physically assaulted him. After calling Prince Harry’s wife Meghan Markle “complicated” and “rude,” Prince William got into a physical altercation and hurt his back. The 410-page book also said that Prince Harry had killed 25 people while he was serving in Afghanistan.
He claims in his book that he has no regrets despite not being proud of killing 25 people in Afghanistan. Prince Harry has revealed a number of significant details about the British royal family, his relationship with his brother Prince William, father Prince Charles, and other family members in his biography. After his mother, the late Queen Elizabeth II, passed away in September of last year at the age of 96, Prince Harry’s book has been released as his father, Prince Charles, gets ready for his coronation in May of this year. being done
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