Former first lady Michelle Obama's memoir has become the best-selling book released this year in the United States just 15 days after its release.
Become more sold more than two million copies in the US and Canada, according to NPD BookScan.
Sales figures have been announced by Penguin Random House on Friday.
The publisher says the book is also a bestseller in many other countries, including Australia, the UK, France, Germany, Korea and South Africa.
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The book is a window into Obama's personal life before, during, and after his time in the White House as the first African American first lady and first black US President Barack Obama.
In her, Mrs. Obama discovers difficulties in her marriage to Barack, revealing details of how a couple suffered abortion and later used IVF to conceive the children, Malia and Sasha.
54-year-old is also criticized by US President Donald Trump, writing that he could "never forgive" him because of "putting his family safe at risk" because of his "theoretical" theories that her husband was not born in the United States.