The Mid-Hudson Library System’s Most Popular eBooks – Daily Freeman

Here is a list of the most requested eBooks at your local libraries for the week ending December 12:

Most Popular Ebooks – Adult Fiction

1. The Midnight Library: A Novel, Matt Haig, Penguin Publishing Group

2. The Four Winds: A Novel, Kristin Hannah, St. Martin’s Publishing Group

3. The Lincoln Highway: A Novel, Amor Towles, Penguin Publishing Group

4. Apples Never Fall, Liane Moriarty, Henry Holt and Co.

5. The last thing he told me: a novel, Laura Dave, Simon & Schuster

6. Malibu Rising: A Novel, Taylor Jenkins Reid, Random House Publishing Group

7. A Slow Fire Burning: A Novel, Paula Hawkins, Penguin Publishing Group

8. Golden Girl, Elin Hilderbrand, Little, Brown and company

9. The invisible life of Addie LaRue, VE Schwab, Tom Doherty Associates

10. The Judge’s List: A Novel, John Grisham, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

Most Popular eBooks – Adult Non-Fiction

1. Peril: Bob Woodward, Simon & Schuster

2. Crying in H Mart: A Memoir, Michelle Zauner, Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group

3. Vanderbilt: The Rise and Fall of an American Dynasty, Anderson Cooper, Harper

4. Betrayal: The Final Act of The Trump Show, Jonathan Karl, Penguin Publishing Group

5. The Dawn of Everything: A New History of Humanity, David Graeber, Farrar, Straus and Giroux

6. Getting there: Katie Couric, Little, Brown and Company

7. I will answer your questions now: What I saw in the White House from Trump, Stephanie Grisham, HarperCollins

8. Our Sum: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Thrive Together, Heather McGhee, Random House Publishing Group

9. Premonition: A Pandemic Story, Michael Lewis, WW Norton & Company

10. Breath: The New Science of a Lost Art, James Nestor, Penguin Publishing Group

The Mid-Hudson Library System’s “Most Popular” eBook list is made up of information gathered from the system’s 66 member libraries in Ulster, Dutchess, Columbia, Greene and Putnam counties. Your local library card always gives you access to e-books, e-audiobooks, e-magazines, online courses, language learning and more. To access the system-wide services listed above, and to see if your local library has even more to offer, visit

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