By Hillel Italie\u2009|\u2009AP June 12 at 10:16 PM NEW YORK \u2014 The sequel to Michael Wolff\u2019s million-selling \u201cFire and Fury\u201d is not attracting the same kind of interest, not even from President Donald Trump. NPD BookScan reported Wednesday just 17,756 first-week sales for \u201cSiege,\u201d Wolff\u2019s latest account of the Trump White House. It ranked just No. 11 overall, well behind the top seller, Delia Owens\u2019 novel \u201cWhere the Crawdads Sing.\u201d \u201cFire and Fury\u201d sold more than 25,000 copies its first week despite a shortage of supply due to enormous, and unexpected, demand and sold nearly 200,000 copies the following week, according to BookScan, which tracks around 85% of physical book sales. \u201cFire and Fury\u201d went on to become one of the biggest books of 2018 despite doubts about its accuracy, although its portrait of a chaotic and feuding administration was largely affirmed by such subsequent releases as Bob Woodward\u2019s \u201cFear.\u201d Trump has largely ignored \u201cSiege,\u201d which has few of the headline-making details of \u201cFire and Fury.\u201d The president tweeted angrily about Wolff\u2019s previous book, saying it was \u201cFull of lies, misrepresentations and sources that don\u2019t exist.\u201d Former White House strategist Steve Bannon was a key source for \u201cFire and Fury\u201d and was mocked by Trump as \u201cSloppy Steve\u201d after making such inflammatory comments as calling a 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian officials \u201ctreasonous.\u201d This cover image released by Henry Holt and Company shows \u201cSiege: Trump Under Fire,\u201d by Michael Wolff, which will be released on June 4. (Henry Holt and Company via AP) (Associated Press) Bannon is again featured in \u201cSiege,\u201d but with the narrative focused on events following his departure, he serves more as commentator than participant. The New York Times suggested the book be read \u201cless as a news report and more as a rhetorical gambit \u2014 a twisted bid to burnish Bannon\u2019s anti-establishment legacy.\u201d \u201cFire and Fire\u201d had a long run at the top of Amazon.com. As of Wednesday evening, \u201cSiege\u201d was No. 99. Copyright 2019 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.