Hillary Clinton’s book What Happened, detailing the events that led to her loss in the 2016 presidential election, has sold 300,000 copies according to the publisher Simon & Schuster. The sales included 167,000 hardback copies as well as e and audio books.

This makes for the biggest opening week of a non-fiction hardcover in five years.

The former First Lady posted a tweet back in July that her memoir was complete and the writing process was tough.

Chief executive and president of the publisher that issued her book, Carolyn Reidy said:

“There is clearly an overwhelming desire among readers to learn about and experience, from Hillary Clinton’s singular perspective, the historic events of the 2016 election. What Happened is satisfying that demand.”

This is her third memoir, after 2003’s Living History and 2014’s Hard Choices, in which she recounted her time about being secretary of state.

It’s good to hear she’s found success after being let down by the American people. At least it did better than Trump’s book. Which I imagine was a bunch of crayon drawings of him on a big throne being carried by brown people, with Ivanka sat next to him.

As his daughter. Nothing else.