Kirsty Eagar's Books Come to the U.S.
Today marks a momentous occasion.
Brilliant Australian writer Kirsty Eagar's books are now much more accessible to readers in the United States, thanks to the ebooks finally appearing in the U.S. Kindle and Kobo stores.
I was lucky enough to get a copy of Raw Blue and Saltwater Vampires when the Kobo store had their shop misconfigured and they had no geo-restrictions (I bought so many incredible foreign books during that three-month time period). I haven't had the chance to read Night Beach yet, but I'm so excited to read it now that it's available for Kindle.
Eagar's books stand out because because of the brilliant characterization and rich settings. I wrote a bit about Raw Blue in the early days of CEFS.
Sadly, it doesn't appear that they're available for Nook yet (BN seems slow to populate their store), but Nook users can buy epubs from Kobo and side-load them onto their Nooks.
If you have an ereader or tablet, Eagar's books should go to the top of your to-read list. Start with Raw Blue, even if you're not usually a contemporary fiction reader; it's a special book, one that won't likely leave you long after you've read the last page.