Russia’s largest newspaper is selling out of new copies of its bestseller, Russia’s biggest newspaper is telling its readers to stay away from a bestseller.TechCrunch reported on Friday that a Moscow-based newspaper, the Vedomosti, was selling out copies of The Great God of Small Things, the first book in the trilogy. The publication said on Twitter that it was selling an average of 3,500 copies a day. Vedomusti has sold more than 5 million copies since it launched its first book, published in March 2016.The book, which covers a variety of topics including religious faith, is set to be published in May, but is currently unavailable on and other online retailers.Vedomostia also has a blog that is currently offline. The Vedomesti has more than 30 million followers on Twitter, according to a blog post.The publisher of The Greater God of Sorrows, the best-selling biography of the Russian Orthodox saint, told The Associated Press on Friday the decision to not release the book had nothing to do with the Russian government.The decision, which has not been made public, came after a recent public relations campaign in which Vedomsti claimed the book was about the Russian people. In an

on its website, Vedomisti wrote that the book is a “propaganda for the Russian public.”

The company did not provide further details about the campaign, citing the publisher’s policy of not commenting on the private business of the publisher.

In an interview with the state-owned newspaper Rossiyskaya Gazeta, Patriarch Kirill, the head of Russia’s Church of Christ, said he would have liked to see the book published in Russia, but that publishing it in Russia had never been his priority.

The patriarch said he hoped the book would be published elsewhere.