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    Inicio > Historias > HP7 dives 3 positions in a day

    HP7 dives 3 positions in a day

    After briefly leaving number one position (and retaking if shortly afterwards), HP7 has continued its slide down the Amazon bestseller list to reach #6 today (although, right now, it's back to #5).
    I guess it's non-stop from here. Surprisingly, average reviews have been stuck at about 4.639 (very close to 5, anyways) for some time now. With more than two thousand reviews, it's difficult to get it unstuck, but let's see what happens when the new and probably not-so-enthusiastic readers post their reviews.

    2007-09-06 08:36 | 0 Comment(s) | Filed in Books

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