The most expensive books ever sold – in 1,000 words

A series of books, all published by Dover Publishing Group, was sold in a single day in the US, worth about $10,000.

It’s the most expensive sales ever made in a book in Australia, according to the bookseller’s website.

One book, The Children of the Revolution, was the most recent title to be published.

The publisher, which has a print-on-demand service, had to wait until Wednesday afternoon for the print run to be fulfilled, but it sold out within an hour.

Key points: Books sold in 1 day in New York were priced at $1,000 eachPublishers said they were “delighted” at the salesThe first two titles to be printed in Australia are The Children Of The Revolution by David Wills and The War Within the War by John WyndhamSource: Books Australia via The Australian Financial ReportThe bookseller says it’s the first time that titles have been printed on demand in Australia.

Dover has been making titles for more than 50 years, and its flagship titles, The King and I, have sold more than 1.3 million copies in print.

But the biggest hit was The Children, by David Wiltshire, which was published in 1997.

It was an international bestseller.

In total, about 100 titles were sold in New Jersey in less than one day, including several of the most anticipated titles.

The Children Of War is the first to be released in Australia and has sold more that 3.5 million copies.

It has sold a total of more than 3 million copies worldwide.

The War Within The War, by John Ryndham, was published last year and is one of the biggest-selling titles in Australian history.

It was the first book to be made available online, and it was released on Wednesday, the first day of book sales.

“I was very, very happy,” Mr Wiltshi, from Newcastle, said.

He said the book was “extremely well-received” in Australia so it was hard to say why it was so popular there.

“We’re all very excited about the book,” he said.

“It’s a good example of the new way booksellers are looking to get their books out there.”