High demand hoopla titles

High-Demand Titles Available Now on hoopla

hoopla’s online platform offers 16 monthly checkouts of ebooks, audiobooks, movies, and music with your library card. This service allows unlimited simultaneous checkouts, which means no holds queue! View these high-demand items that you won’t find on the shelf, but are available to check out through hoopla.

Book covers of The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes, The Reaper Follows, She's Not Sorry, The Things We Leave Unfinished, and The Teacher

Demon Copperhead / Barbara Kingsolver
From the New York Times bestselling author of Unsheltered and Flight Behavior, a brilliant novel which enthralls, compels, and captures the heart as it evokes a young hero’s unforgettable journey to maturity. Available as an ebook and audiobook through hoopla.

Hunger Games: the Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes / Suzanne Collins
Set sixty-four years before The Hunger Games, this novel follows eighteen-year-old Coriolanus Snow as he mentors a tribute in the Tenth Hunger Games, facing a desperate struggle for his family’s survival. Assigned to the lowly District 12 tribute, Coriolanus must navigate treacherous choices both inside and outside the arena, balancing rules with the instinct to survive. Available as an ebook and audiobook through hoopla.

If Only I Had Told Her / Laura Nowlin
If only I’d told her that I loved her years ago, then I wouldn’t be here now. Finn has always loved Autumn. She’s not just the girl next door or his mother’s best friend’s daughter, she is his everything. But she’s not his girlfriend. That’s Sylvie, and Finn would never hurt her, so there’s no way Autumn could know how he truly feels. Jack, Finn’s best friend, isn’t so sure. He’s seen Finn and Autumn together. How could she not know? And how is he supposed to support and protect Finn when heartache seems inevitable? Autumn surrounds herself with books and wants to write her own destiny-but one doesn’t always get a new chapter and fate can be cruel to those in love. Told through three different perspectives, If Only I Had Told Her is a love story brimming with truth, tragedy, and the unexpected bonds that heal us. Available as an audiobook through hoopla.

The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue / V. E. Schwab
In 1714 France, Addie LaRue makes a deal to live forever but is cursed to be forgotten by everyone she meets. Her extraordinary journey spans centuries and continents, as she strives to leave her mark on the world. However, everything shifts when, after nearly 300 years, a young man remembers her name. V. E. Schwab’s “The Invisible Life of Addie LaRue” is a genre-defying tale reminiscent of “The Time Traveler’s Wife” and “Life After Life,” weaving a captivating narrative across history and art. Available an audiobook through hoopla.

Never Never / Colleen Hoover & Tarryn Fisher
Charlize Wynwood and Silas Nash have been best friends since they could walk. In love since they were fourteen. Complete strangers as of this morning. Charlize and Silas must work together to uncover the truth about what happened to them and why. But the more they learn about the couple they used to be, the more they question why they were ever together in the first place. Available as an ebook and audiobook through hoopla.

Pucking Around / Emily Rath
Rachel Price, a new physical therapist for the Jacksonville Rays, faces a dilemma when she discovers her one-night stand, the perfect man, is a player on the team who doesn’t recognize her. Balancing her professional goals, she contends with his attempts to win her over, his surly best friend, and a secretive, injured goalie. Despite the challenges and romantic tensions with these three men, Rachel is determined to succeed without falling for any players, though they are all intent on winning her heart. Available an audiobook through hoopla.

She’s Not Sorry / Mary Kubica
In this gripping thriller, ICU nurse Meghan Michaels inadvertently uncovers a patient’s haunting past. While caring for Caitlin, who arrives in a coma after a bridge fall, Meghan learns unsettling details suggesting foul play. Struggling to balance her job and single parenthood, Meghan becomes emotionally invested in Caitlin’s case. As she delves deeper, she unwittingly puts herself and her daughter in danger. With suspenseful twists, the novel explores Meghan’s race to unravel the truth behind Caitlin’s fall and protect her family from becoming the next targets. From the bestselling author of “Local Woman Missing,” this chilling tale keeps readers on the edge of their seats. Available an audiobook through hoopla.

The Reaper Follows / Heather Graham
In the Florida Everglades, the discovery of dismembered bodies hints at a sadistic killer wielding a blade. FDLE agent Amy Larson and FBI agent Hunter Forrest uncover a sinister pattern reminiscent of the apocalypse. As they race to identify victims and track the killer, their partnership is tested. With clues pointing to a looming apocalypse, they must confront their past and sacrifice everything to prevent catastrophe. Amidst the chaos, Amy and Hunter face their toughest challenge yet, realizing the true extent of the danger and the sacrifices necessary to stop it. Available an audiobook through hoopla.

The Summer Book Club / Susan Mallery
In the small town of Los Lobos, California, three women join a local indie bookstore’s summer book club-devoted entirely to romance novels-and become life-long friends as they navigate the messiness of motherhood, second chances and becoming the person you’ve always wanted to be. Available an audiobook through hoopla.

The Coworker / Freida McFadden
At Vixed, an unsettling disappearance disrupts the routine when Dawn Schiff, the odd yet punctual accountant, vanishes. Popular colleague Natalie Farrell receives an ominous call, linking her to Dawn’s mysterious fate. As Natalie delves into Dawn’s life, she uncovers a web of deception and realizes she’s entangled in a dangerous game. Someone close to Dawn harbors deadly intentions, leaving Natalie to question who the true victim is. Amidst the chaos, one thing remains certain: someone at Vixed harbors a deep-seated hatred for Dawn Schiff, enough to resort to murder. Available an audiobook through hoopla.

The Teacher / Freida McFadden
Eve leads a seemingly perfect life with her husband Nate until rumors of a scandal involving student Addie surface at her high school. Despite warnings about Addie’s deceitfulness, Eve suspects there’s more to the story. Addie’s secrets threaten to unravel lives, but nobody truly knows her. As Eve delves deeper, she discovers hidden truths and the lengths Addie will go to protect herself. The intricate web of deception challenges perceptions and forces characters to confront their biases, showcasing the complexity of human nature and the consequences of assumptions. Available an audiobook through hoopla.

The Things We Cannot Say / Kelly Rimmer
In 1942, Alina Dziak, a young woman in Nazi-occupied Poland, dreams of marrying her best friend Tomasz despite the looming war. As Nazi brutality takes hold, Tomasz disappears, and Alina’s life becomes a harrowing wait filled with fear and uncertainty. Decades later, this hidden past resurfaces. Kelly Rimmer’s “The Things We Cannot Say” intertwines Alina’s WWII story with a modern narrative, highlighting themes of perseverance, loyalty, love, and the enduring impact of truth and silence. It’s a poignant reminder of the devastation wrought by war and the long journey to reclaiming one’s voice. Available as an ebook and audiobook through hoopla.

The Things We Leave Unfinished / Rebecca Yarrows
After a devastating divorce, Georgia Stanton returns to her Colorado ancestral home, determined to rebuild her life. There, she clashes with Noah Harrison, a bestselling author tasked with finishing her great-grandmother’s last novel. Despite their mutual animosity, they uncover Scarlett Stanton’s unfinished manuscript, based on a real WWII romance with a tragic ending. As they delve into Scarlett’s story, Georgia wrestles with her own cynicism about love while Noah confronts the challenge of crafting a fitting conclusion. Their undeniable chemistry complicates matters, leading Georgia to grapple with her great-grandmother’s mistakes and potentially jeopardize Noah’s career to protect her heart. Available an audiobook through hoopla.

Tom Lake / Ann Parchett
In the spring of 2020, Lara’s three daughters return to the family’s orchard in Northern Michigan. While picking cherries, they beg their mother to tell them the story of Peter Duke, a famous actor with whom she shared both a stage and a romance years before at a theater company called Tom Lake. As Lara recalls the past, her daughters examine their own lives and relationship with their mother, and are forced to reconsider the world and everything they thought they knew. Available as an ebook and audiobook through hoopla.

BH: June 2024