Rankings for hard-cover books sold in Southern California:
1. "The Goldfinch," by Donna Tartt. A young man clings to a painting years after surviving an explosion at a museum that killed his mother.
2. "The Fault in Our Stars," by John Green. Two teenagers fighting cancer fall in love.
3. "The Target," by David Baldacci. The tables are turned when two assassins are targeted.
4. "Can't and Won't: Stories," by Lydia Davis. This collection of short stories strips narrative to its most essential form.
5. "Chestnut Street," by Maeve Binchy. Short stories from an Irish neighborhood.
6. "Casebook," by Mona Simpson. A boy hires a private detective to check out his mother's new boyfriend.
7. "The Serpent of Venice," by Christopher Moore. Shakespeare meets Edgar Allan Poe in this mash-up adventure.
8. "One More Thing," by B.J. Novak. A debut collection of humorous short stories from the star of "The Office."
9. "Insurgent," by Veronica Roth. Tris and Tobias' bond is tested when they rise up against their dystopian boundaries.
10. "Still Life With Bread Crumbs," by Anna Quindlen. A New York photographer finds romance in a rural town.
1. "A Fighting Chance," by Elizabeth Warren. A campaign biography with a twist from the unlikely political star.
2. "Flash Boys," by Michael Lewis. A post-financial crisis tale of a group of Wall Street guys reforming the markets via high-frequency trading.
3. "John Wayne," by Scott Eyman. A profile of "The Duke" analyzing his childhood, Hollywood stardom and relationship with John Ford.
4. "Everything I Need to Know I Learned From a Little Golden Book," by Diane Muldrow. Practical advice from the beloved classic children's series.
5. "Thrive," by Arianna Huffington. The Huffington Post editor redefines what it means to be successful.
6. "The Boys in the Boat," by Daniel James Brown. An underdog story of a scrappy U.S. Crew team competing for gold at the 1936 Berlin Olympics.
7. "Minecraft: Essential Handbook," by Scholastic. The first official guide to the popular online game.
8. "Everybody's Got Something," by Robert Roberts & Veronica Chambers. The TV anchor writes about overcoming breast cancer.
9. "Uganda Be Kidding Me," by Chelsea Handler. Comical travel tales from the talk show host.
10. "Let's Just Say It Wasn't Pretty," by Diane Keaton. The actress ponders aging, beauty and turtlenecks.