A Fighting Chance, Elizabeth Warren
The Massachusetts senator and professor may be the outsider candidate Democrats are looking for in 2016. Her memoir, debuting at No. 2, chronicles Warren’s unlikely rise in politics.
Everybody’s Got Something, Robin Roberts with Veronica Chambers
In this inspirational memoir (No. 7), the Good Morning America anchor tells her story of fighting not just cancer but a rare blood disease.
Capital in the Twenty-First Century, Thomas Piketty
Coming in at No. 11, this manifesto by the French economist delves into wealth inequality in advanced economies.
Congratulations, by the way, George Saunders
The graduating college senior in your life probably just wants money. But if you want to impart some heartfelt, plainspoken wisdom in addition to a check, you can’t do much better than Saunders’ Syracuse University commencement address, which debuted at No. 13.
SOURCE: The Indie Bestseller List for the week ending April 27, 2014