the-fault-in-our-stars2-212x300John Green is having a good year. For the tenth straight week, his teen hit “The Fault in Our Stars” is No. 1 on the Digital Book World e-book bestseller list.

The book has been aided by the feature film of the same name, which has grossed more than $100 million worldwide and has become one of 2014′s most profitable movies.

The e-book is also being propelled by a low price. Readers snapped it up last week at $4.99.

Meanwhile, the average price of a bestselling e-book has edged up to $7.52, up from $6.96 last week. Throughout this calendar year, the average price of a bestselling e-book has been between $6.00 and $8.00. When it comes to high-priced e-books on this week’s bestseller list, Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster lead the way; they are the only two publishers with titles priced above $10 this week.

E-book bestsellers from the week ending 7/12:

1. “The Fault in Our Stars”, John Green, Penguin Random House, $4.99

2. “Unbroken: A World War II Story of Survival, Resilience, and Redemption”, Laura Hillenbrand, Penguin Random House, $4.99

3. “Act of War: A Thriller”, Brad Thor, Simon & Schuster, $12.99

4. “Invisible”, James Patterson; David Ellis, Hachette, $8.99

5. “The Goldfinch: A Novel”, Donna Tartt, Hachette, $6.99

6. “Gone Girl: A Novel”, Gillian Flynn, Penguin Random House, $8.52

7. “Top Secret Twenty-One: A Stephanie Plum Novel”, Janet Evanovich, Penguin Random House, $10.99

8. “The Silkworm (Cormoran Strike Series #2)”, Robert Galbraith, Hachette, $8.99

9. “Chill Factor: A Novel”, Sandra Brown, Simon & Schuster, $1.99

10. “Orphan Train: A Novel”, Christina Baker Kline, HarperCollins, $6.99

See the complete list of this week’s top 25 e-book bestsellers at Digital Book World.

Jeremy Greenfield is responsible for managing all editorial content on, including the DBW Expert Publishing Blog, the Digital Book Wire and editorial email and social media communications. Prior to joining Digital Book World in October 2011, Jeremy spent three years as a careers editor at Jeremy lives and works in New York City and is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania.