Kristin Hannah’s The Women is the bestselling book of 2024 so far, Forbes reports.

The magazine used data from Circana Bookscan, a book sales tracking tool, to determine the top 10 U.S. adult print bestsellers of the year up until June 8. Hannah’s novel, about a young American woman who serves in Vietnam as part of the Army Nurse Corps, sold 829,115 copies in that time period.

Coming in at No. 2, with 536,346 copies sold, was Sarah J. Maas’ romantasy novel House of Flame and Shadow, followed by Emily Henry’s romantic comedy Funny Story, which moved 300,289 copies.

At No. 4, not far behind Henry’s novel with 289,949 copies, was Freida McFadden’s The Teacher. Ali Hazelwood’s romance novel Bride took the No. 5 spot, with 233,955 copies sold.

Rounding out the top 10 were Abby Jimenez’s Just For the Summer; Ashley Elston’s First Lie Wins; Jonathan Haidt’s The Anxious Generation: How the Great Rewiring of Childhood Is Causing an Epidemic of Mental Illness; Erik Larson’s The Demon of Unrest: A Saga of Hubris, Heartbreak, and Heroism at the Dawn of the Civil War; and Stephen King’s You Like It Darker.

Forbes also published a list of the top 10 bestselling authors of 2024 on BookTok, TikTok’s reading subcommunity. Maas dominated the list, with a staggering 4,829,853 copies of her books sold, eclipsing the No. 2 author, Colleen Hoover, who has sold 1,829,332 books this year so far.

Michael Schaub is a contributing writer.