The 10 Books to Read in March 2024

The 10 Books to Read in March 2024

Join us as we delve into these captivating tales and discover the literary treasures that await you this March 2024.

1. Rising 2.0 by Kiran Manral

This collection of 20 narratives celebrates the resilience and brilliance of iconic Indian women who defied the odds to become trailblazers.

2. Theivanai: Murugan Trilogy – Part 2 by Kala Krishnan

In Kala Krishnan’s Murugan Trilogy, the essence of this deity transcends mere devotion, delving deep into the realms of love.

3. Maktub by Paulo Coelho

An essential complement to the timeless wisdom of The Alchemist emerges a captivating anthology of introspection and rejuvenation penned by the eminent author Paulo Coelho.

4. The Cure For Burnout by Emily Ballesteros

Do you wake up each morning filled with dread, find yourself working tirelessly on evenings and weekends to catch up, and have you battled burnout only to have it resurface?

5. The Murder After the Night Before by Katy Brent

In the wake of a harrowing night, I am confronted with the devastating loss of my closest confidant, Posey, dismissed by authorities as a tragic accident but hauntingly apparent as murder to me.

6. Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay: The Art of Freedom by Nico Slate

In 1947, Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay’s unexpected visit to a solemn government building in New Delhi catalyzed a crucial response to one of the most pressing challenges of India’s nascent independence: the influx of refugees from Pakistan.

7. Bride by Ali Hazelwood

In a realm where Vampyres and Weres exist in a fragile equilibrium, an unexpected bond blossoms between Misery Lark, daughter of a powerful Vampyre councilman, and Lowe Moreland, the uncompromising Alpha of the Weres.

8. All the Sinners Bleed by S. A. Cosby

Titus Crown stands as a groundbreaking figure in Charon County, Virginia, the first Black sheriff in its history, yet his tenure is marred by the eruption of chaos when a schoolteacher is murdered by a former student, leading to a deadly confrontation with Titus’s deputies.

9. The Thief’s Funeral by Sucharita Sengupta, Chandra Chari, and Uma Iyengar

Amidst the tumult of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, the Book Review  Trust inaugurated a short story coLiterarympetition, attracting submissions from over fifty writers across India.

10. The Fury by Alex Michaelides

In the heart of a masterfully paced thriller lies a tale that blurs the lines between murder and love, spun by the enigmatic Lana Farrar, a reclusive ex-movie star, and her circle of famous friends.

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