The book ‘Io sono Giorgia’ (Rizzoli), in its 5th edition, tackles strong themes such as motherhood, faith and identity without discount.In just 10 days after its release, ‘I am Giorgia’ by Giorgia Meloni (Rizzoli, pp . 336, € 18.00) jumped to second place in the ranking of the best-selling books of the week in the top ten compiled by Nielsen. The volume, on the shelves since May 11, is in fact second in the rankings with a circulation of 100 thousand copies and 5 editions, according to data provided by Nielsen to Adnkronos. The volume is preceded, on the podium, only by the novel by Lucinda Riley, ‘The Lost Sister’, a new entry topping the rankings. ‘I am Giorgia’ is an autobiography of the leader of the Brothers of Italy in which Meloni gets naked by telling some unpublished episodes of her life. From the visceral passion for politics to the joy of being the mother of little Ginevra: the volume deals with strong topics such as motherhood, identity and faith in a frank way and without discount.