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Kobo eBooks

Reading Rock Books is proud to be your full-service bookstore, whether you prefer reading print or electronic books. To that end, we are pleased to offer Kobo eReaders and eBooks. When you buy a Kobo device from us, your account with Kobo is linked to our store, giving you a whole new way to shop locally!

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Digital Audiobooks

We’ve partnered with Libro.fm to bring you the best digital audiobooks. You’ll find bestsellers and great books hand picked by our store and other independents. You can easily listen on any device (phone, tablet, PC) as all our books are DRM-free.

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A Piece of the World by Christina Baker Kline

The newest novel from Christina Baker Kline, author of Orphan Train, is A Piece of the World, a fictional biography of Andrew Wyeth’s most famous subject. Wyeth’s painting Christina’s World depicts his neighbor, Anna Christina Olson. While much is known about this woman in connection to Wyeth, Kline fills in the gaps in our knowledge

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The Golden Age by Joan London

The Golden Age, by Australian novelist and bookseller Joan London, takes place in a hospital for children recovering from polio in Perth in the 1950’s. That may not sound like a particularly cheerful subject and, in many ways, it isn’t. The novel covers not only the ravages of polio, but also, because it centers around

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So Much for That Winter by Dorthe Nors

The two novellas in So Much for That Winter have certain things in common with each other and relatively little in common with anything else I’ve ever read. They are unique in form. “Minna Needs Rehearsal Space” is told in declarative sentences, one after another, one line at a time, never grouped as paragraphs. “Days” is a

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No One Knows by J.T. Ellison

J.T. Ellison’s newest novel, which has been compared to Gillian Flynn, Paula Hawkins, and Liane Moriarty, releases today. While the book is a departure from Ellison’s other books (this one is a stand-alone and, rather than having a protagonist who is either in law enforcement or is closely connected to someone who is, this lead

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