Hampshire Libraries most borrowed books

Last week the Public Lending Rights group released the top 10 books borrowed in UK libraries, so now we’re releasing to you our top 10s. How many have you read? Which is your favourite?

1. Personal, Lee Child
2. Abattoir blues, Peter Robinson
3. Invisible, James Patterson
4. Balancing act, Joanna Trollope
5. The perfect match, Kate Fforde
6. Private India, James Patterson
7. Want you dead, Peter James
8. The murder bag, Tom Parsons
9. The cake shop in the garden, Carole Matthews

1. Demon dentist, David Walliams
2. Ratburger, David Walliams
3. Harry Potter and the philosophers stone, JK Rowling
4. Mr Stink, David Walliams
5. A tiny bit lucky, Liz Pichon
6. Excellent excuses (and other good stuff), Liz Pichon
7. Genius ideas (mostly), Liz Pichon
8. Tom Gates is absolutely fantastic (at some things), Liz Pichon
9. Harry Potter and the chamber of secrets, JK Rowling
10. Awful auntie, David Walliams

1. Once upon a dork, Rachel Renee Russell
2. How I survived bullies, broccoli and Snake Hill, James Patterson
3. Dog days, Jeff Kinney
4. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, JK Rowling
5. Cabin Fever, Jeff Kinney
6. Save Rafe! James Patterson
7. Holiday heartbreak, Rachel Renee Russell
8. The ugly truth, Jeff Kinney
9. All that glitters, Holly Smale
10. Diary of a wimpy kid: Greg Heffley’s journal, Jeff Kinney

1. The fault in our stars, John Green
2. Divergent, Veronica Roth
3. Paper towns, John Green
4. Looking for Alaska, John Green
5. If I stay, Gayle Forman
6. The book thief, Markus Zusak
7. Insurgent, Veronica Roth
8. Fangirl, Rainbow Rowell
9. Will Grayson, Will Grayson, John Green
10. Secrets, schemes and sewing machines, Katy Cannon

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