New Yorkers are still asking “What happened?” but other parts of the country just don’t give “a f–k.”
That’s the result of a new study of the most popular author in every state by e-book library Scribd, which found Hillary Clinton’s election memoir was the most read in New York, Maine. and Massachusetts in October — but Mark Manson’s self-help guide “The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F–k” dominated seven states, including California and Texas.
Manson won the most states, while horror legend Stephen King came in second with four — Missouri, Pennsylvania and Virginia are all devouring “It” while Wyoming is catching up on his 1987 novel “The Tommyknockers.”
Coming in third was Ernest Cline’s “Ready Player One,” which Steven Spielberg has just adapted into a film, coming out next year.