March is set to be a killer month for avid readers. There is an abundance of awesome new tomes to dive into. Here are the top 10 most anticipated book releases of March 2020.
1. House of Earth and Blood
This novel is the first in a new series by Sarah J, Maas. The story follows Bryce Quinlan as she attempts to avenge the death of her friends with the assistance of Hunt Athalar. The book expertly blends fantasy and romance into one compelling narrative.
2. You Are Not Alone
This psychological thriller is sure to keep you on your toes. The protagonist, Shay Miller, gets caught up in a bizarre plot that may change the course of her life forever. Co-authors Greer Hendricks and Sarah Pekkanen are set to recapture the magic from their previous collaborative works.
3. Deacon King Kong
This story takes place in 1960s New York and follows the aftermath of a shooting at the housing projects. James McBride spins a hopeful tale about the community coming together in the face of madness.
4. A Good Neighborhood
Two families will learn what it means to come together in this novel by Therese Anne Fowler. Witness how a burgeoning romance and a rustic oak tree is all people need to set aside their differences.
5. My Dark Vanessa
This book provides an interesting take on the #MeToo movement. A 15-year-old student and a 42-year-old teacher start a relationship behind the scenes. Almost two decades later, skeletons come out of the closet.
6. The Mirror and the Light
This the final installment of Hilary Mantel’s Thomas Cromwell trilogy. The story picks up in 1536, immediately after the prequel ended. Fans of the series won’t want to miss this one.
7. In Five Years
Dannie Cohan has a great career and a wonderful fiance. When she has a dream about being with another man five years later, she chalks it up to a bad dream. Things get interesting when she meets that dream man four and a half years later.
8. The City We Became
This love letter to New York is the first in a five-part series. Five residents must come together to defend their beloved city from a mysterious evil presence lurking below the earth.
9. Wow, No Thank You
In this collection of humorous essays by Samantha Irby, she recounts her experience of moving from the bustling Chicago streets to a quaint little town in Michigan.
10. The Glass Hotel
This mystery novel is penned by none other than Emily St. John Mandel. When a container ship goes missing off the coast of Mauritania, a Ponzi scheme in New York is set to rattle the lives of everyone involved.