Erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey has continued its success in the UK, after breaking the weekly paperback sales record.
EL James' book sold 205,130 copies last week, some 64,000 copies more than the previous record set by Dan Brown's The Lost Symbol in July 2010.
The author has also become the first to have two or more books sell in excess of 100,000 copies in the same week.
The trilogy has so far sold some 2.75m digital and print copies in the UK.
Figures show that James' debut, already cited as the fastest-selling book of the year, has now sold 765,000 copies in two months.
As a comparison, Brown's The Da Vinci Code, previously the biggest-selling paperback of all time, took six months to achieve the same sales figure.