Prince Harry’s memoir is ‘most discarded book’ as holidaymakers snub sob story

Prince Harry's memoir has become the "most discarded book" ever taken on holiday as those travelling abroad seemingly snub the sob story from the Duke of Sussex.

Holiday specialists found the book was leading the charge as one of the most cast-aside pieces of literature written, as holidaymakers seem set to dump their copies.

Resorts across Spain, Greece and Turkey are reportedly flooded with abandoned copies, which were stuffed in bins and taken to lost properties across Europe according to tour operator On the Beach.

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The lost property collections are eventually sent off to On the Beach, who are now asking resorts stop sending them copies of Prince Harry's controversial memoir as they simply have too many abandoned copies.

Zoe Harris, chief customer officer at On the Beach, said: "We've never witnessed anything quite like it.

"Lost property offices in our most popular resorts are brimming with copies of 'Spare’, and we had a couple of Prince Harry ’s books sent to us from a hotel that some of our customers had holidayed to.

"We thought it was quite funny at first, but over the past few months, several other hotels have been sending the books back, now we have bookcases full of them!"

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Zoe has since asked hotels to "please stop sending them over" and to "spare ourselves the bother" of having to sift through the copies.

On the Beach are now attempting to give away their spare copies of Spare on social media, as even libraries and local bookstores are refusing to take the extra stock.

It appears holidaymakers tired of the Duke's writings on his life in the Royal Family, as they ditched the recent memoir in bins or around a number of resorts.

Those who are dying to read the frequently ditched autobiography can nab a copy through On the Beach as they worry they will "never get rid of them all".

The memoir, published by Penguin Random House, had the largest first-day sales of any nonfiction book ever published, although those 1.4million copies sold at launch may be going unread.

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