Each month we get new e-stuff, which is available to borrow for three weeks for free, with free reserves!
Eleanor & Park, Rainbow Rowell. We now have this very popular novel as an eBook, so if the print copy is never on the shelf when you want it this is an alternative (although I note our 3 eBook copies are out just as I type this, but! you never know!). Also, we really recommend it!
A Court of Thorns and Roses, Sarah J. Maas. Published this year, this is the first book in a new series (we think) by the author of the Throne of Glass books, featuring faeries of the menacing kind; not very rainbow magic. (Incidentally we also have e versions of the Throne of Glass series.)
Edgewater, Courtney Sheinmel. The print version of this book just arrived yesterday, so the eBook won the race. Edgewater is the name of the falling-down dilapidated house on the cover. The story’s about Lorrie, who wrestles with being the poor kid in a rich town, until she meets Charlie (rich kid in rich town) and discovers she’s not the only one with shameful secrets, and in fact there might be a connection between hers and Charlie’s.
Very soon (like, tomorrow we hope) we will also have available: Happily Ever After, Kiera Cass. The print version of this won the race, just, so if you’ve reserved it it’s probably on its way to a library near you. This is the collection of Selection short stories and extras, much anticipated. We have other Selection eBooks also, starting with the first one on eBook and eAudiobook.