Earlier this week I had the pleasure of going on the Glenn Beck program for the first time to discuss my new book “The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros.”
Before I was on the air and was waiting to be phoned in, Beck was talking about how his new book was doing massive sales, yet wasn’t included on the New York Times best seller list. Like my book, Beck’s “The Great Reset” features George Soros on the cover, and the book is heavily critical of the deranged billionaire.
And after my book has been out for a week, it’s looking like Beck and I are in the same boat. Without giving any exact numbers, I can confirm that “The Man Behind the Curtain” blew past the 5,000 minimum number of books needed to be sold the first week to be considered for the list.
According to Bookscan, “The Man Behind the Curtain” was the 12th best selling book on the Nonfiction Overall list (all categories, paperback and hardcover) and was ranked #1 in the Biography/Autobiography category. Despite that, the New York Times excluded it from their best seller lists.
A large theme of the book obviously has to do with Soros’ influence on the media, so it’s at least nice of them to confirm that part of the book.
Matt Palumbo is the author of The Man Behind the Curtain: Inside the Secret Network of George Soros
Watch my interview with Dan about the book below (Begins at the 32:24 mark):