Welcome! This is a website about modern royalty, royal history, and royalty-related books. If you're familiar with the old Royalty.nu, you'll see some major changes. Look here for more info on why the World of Royalty has changed!
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About Royal Bestseller Lists
This feature, now discontinued, was just for fun and not to be taken too seriously, but gives some insight into the tastes of World of Royalty visitors. Books (and sometimes DVDs) are ranked by number of copies sold through the Royalty.nu site and its companion blog(s). If two or more books sell the same number of copies, more expensive books rank first (ie new books rank ahead of used because new books cost more, and printed books rank ahead of e-books because printed books cost more). If a tie can't be broken this way, it is noted on the list as a tie.
(DVDs aren't always considered when drawing up the list. This is done at my discretion. If I notice that a DVD is particularly popular, I may add it to the list, but I prefer to limit the list to books.)