Overdrive just posted the top 10 lists for most downloaded ebooks and audiobooks. You can find it here.
I'm not familiar enough to comment on the list, so I'll just repost an excerpt from the Overdrive blog:
The list is out and there hasn’t been much change. It seems that the Most Downloaded Books in August are holding on to their spots. It’s no surprise that Stieg Larsson still dominates both the Audio and eBook lists, and James Patterson stays strong with Private and The 9th Judgment.
Change is coming, however, to the Juvenile lists. Series like Harry Potter and Twilight have sparked interest in reading for the younger generation. Stephenie Meyer titles have long since held the top spots on the Juvenile Fiction lists, but with no recent releases by Meyer, fans are left to find fiction elsewhere. And they have, in Suzanne Collins The Hunger Games trilogy. On the heels of Mockingjay’s release, the first two titles in the series, The Hunger Games, and Catching Fire have nabbed the number one and number four spots. It is only a matter of time before Mockingjay makes its way to the top of the list as well.