If a book is out of print, we do have full text versions available. This is great for many of the classics, where you can search through a book to find specific things and copy and post quotations to use in essays. It is a real time saver.
However, not all books are available online as etexts. The Bronze Bow is not. You can get it through amazon on Kindle, and can read it on your computer and even copy and paste the same way. You have to pay for each book individually. I do not know of any site that allows you access to all of them.
However, you can read summaries online and they are very specific. I included the link below.