What can I find on the title details page?

The title details page is the page where you can find all of the information about a particular book.

What information you find depends on if you have been approved for the book, or if you are just browsing the site looking for your next read. 

In the top section of the title details page, you'll find the title of the book, the author and publisher, as well as the narrator when browsing audiobooks. 

If you do not have access to the book already, you'll see either a Read Now/Listen Now button, a Request button, or a "Wish for it!" button.


Under the cover image you'll find a dropdown that allows you to add the book to a custom list.

Read Now and Listen Now books and audiobooks can be accessed immediately without approval by clicking the Read Now button, and for any book with a Request button, the publisher will need to approve your Request. If you see a "Wish for It!" button, that means the book is not currently available to Request at this time.


Once you have been approved to read the book, you'll find the Download options, where you can choose to Download, send the book to Kindle, or read or listen to the book in your NetGalley Shelf app, as well as the archive date.


You'll also find a link to our device guide, in case you need help selecting an app to read on, and just under that, you'll find the Publication and Archive date, which you can read more about here.

Please note that once you have downloaded or sent the book to your Kindle, the icons will update accordingly. 


Just below that, you'll find the Give Feedback button as well as suggested hashtags you can use when promoting the book on social media!


Continuing on, you can read the full book description, as well as any Notes from the publisher, if any have been added.


Towards the bottom of the page, you'll find more information about the book such as the edition, ISBN, any additional links the publisher has added as well as the available reading options, all of which are visible both before and after you are approved to read a book.


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