During the 18 years she was held captive, Jaycee Dugard made a list of the things she wished to do in her life. Among them was write a bestselling book — and it’s one of several items she’s crossed off her list as she’s reclaimed her freedom after finally being found by authorities in 2009.
Check out Jaycee’s publishing success by the numbers below and watch a special presentation of Diane Sawyer’s riveting interview with Dugard on “20/20.”
Date of Simon & Schuster’s publication of the first edition of the memoir “Jaycee Dugard: A Stolen Life.”
Total number of pages in the hard cover edition of the book.
Copies of the book sold on the day of publication.
Number of weeks spent on the New York Times bestseller list.
The number of copies — including hardcover, trade paperback and ebook editions — presently in circulation.