#1 on the Humble Book TabAnd they went on to say:
#1 Highest Overall Average for any Bundle.
#1 Media Coverage for a Book Bundle
This bundle was particularly special since it elicited such a beautiful and positive reaction from both our fans and Humble newbies alike. I talked with our Customer Service Manager yesterday and he reported that there wasn't a single negative comment. (Except new customers not understanding how to redeem their bundles. A very common complaint.) This has never happened before either!I was so happy how many friends, acquaintances and people I do not even know gave it a push.
There was a tremendous amount of delighted energy at Humble HQ since the launch. Everyone here was stoked to be involved. Dare I say that it was almost in the realm of The Magical.
John Scalzi went further -- he reviewed my 1985 Duran Duran book, and let the review become a gentle meditation on who we are and who we were and who we become. It's at http://whatever.scalzi.com/2015/09/22/duran-duran-neil-gaiman-and-beginnings/ and you might enjoy it.
Here are the final results for your interest:I'll post the actual numbers here, and how much money that actually makes and how much is going where, when I get the information from Humble. Hurrah for transparency.
Humble Book Bundle: Neil Gaiman Rarities
https://www.humblebundle.com/books?view=pPpiWRbzesK-Launch Date: September 9th 2015
End Date: September 23rd 2015
Avg. price per bundle: $19.63
32,294 bundles purchased
Total Revenue: $633,787.98
(Note the numbers might change ever so slightly over the next few weeks.)
(Also, I commend to you the Banned Comics Humble Bundle that's going on right now: $231 of forbidden comics for Pay What You Like https://www.humblebundle.com/books )