Hunter’s memoir plummets in sales after first week despite PR push

After a fairly impressive debut week, Hunter Biden’s memoir “Beautiful Things” has plummeted in sales in it’s second week.

Per Showbiz411 “NPD Book Scan says the book, in Hunter whines about being a drug addict who slept around and has no memory of fathering a child, has sold just 10,000 copies in its first week. For a celebrity book with so much PR, TV appearances, etc, that’s not a lot.”

The book where Hunter talks about his struggles with crack addiction has fallen out of the top 100 on Amazon and is currently #208.

This despite glowing reviews from liberal mainstream media personalities.

CNN’s Brian Stelter said “I’ve never read a memoir like this before … it is extraordinary … you think you know his story … but this book, about addiction, about how many times Hunter Biden could have died, the President’s son, it’s breathtaking.”

Maureen Dowd of the NY Ties said called the book “Ineffably sad and beautifully written, tears the tabloid face off the story about an American family that has experienced the highest of highs and the lowest of lows.”