The most popular online bookstores in the UK are all based in the US, according to a survey published by The Economist.
The Economist says that the best-selling books in the country come from the US and Europe, with the UK topping the list.
The magazine says the bestseller list has been “consistent” since 2014.
The best-seller list, which includes books on a wide range of topics, was created by the US-based nonprofit The Publishers Association (PAA), which publishes a monthly ranking of books.
The PAA’s new annual ranking is based on a review of more than 1,000 titles from across the US.
The list was created in part to highlight the difference in pricing between US and UK bookstores.
UK-based booksellers have had the advantage of lower online prices for a number of years, with UK Amazon prices averaging $1.79 US per book for the first five years of publication, and $2.15 UK per book through the first six months.
The UK has also made it easier for readers to access books online, with Amazon now offering UK customers a discount on most titles.
The survey, conducted by the PAA, asked readers to choose the best online bookseller and the best British bookseller for them to buy from.
Readers were then asked to rate the book from best to worst for a series of eight criteria, including accessibility, price, quality, and quality of author and publisher.
The six best-rated books on the list came from US and British booksellings, with six being the most popular.
The two best-sellers in the bookshop category were The Times and The Independent, and the top-rated titles in the bookstore category were Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies, and Ender’s Game.
“The UK’s best-known bookseller has long been The Independent Bookshop in London, but that is no longer the case.
This is because The Independent’s website has been removed, and its site has been taken down,” said the P AA’s survey leader, Stephen Dutta.
“It is no wonder that The Independent is now a distant second to The Times in the best bookseller list.”
The bestseller lists are a measure of how widely a book is read and how accessible a bookseller is, but we are not the only ones who think these rankings are flawed.
Readers often rate books by looking at the quality of their authors and publishers, but many people also rate books based on their content.
“In fact, a good bookseller’s website can often be worse than their physical bookstore.”
The Economist has more on the survey.