03 Mar, 2023


Check Out These New Books To Read This March

By FactsWow Team

Groundskeeping, Lee Cole

The story follows Owen, a former forester down on his luck after working for his uncle and grandfather the months before the 2016 vote and enrolling in a writing course in exchange for groundskeeping.

Media Credits: Penguin Random House

Run Towards The Danger

This collection of essays examines how memories have played a role in Sarah Polley's most significant moments as an actor, screenwriter, and director. Her doctor instructed her to retrain her brain after a concussion by engaging in activities that triggered headaches and nausea, advice that she carries into other areas of her life.

Media Credits: GTA Weekly

The Fell, Sarah Moss

The Fell is about Kate, a woman under strict lockdown orders in November 2020 who sneaks out of her house when the pandemic starts.

Media Credits: Rakuten Kobo

Run Rose Run

In her first novel, Dolly Parton collaborates with James Patterson, a thriller. If she wants to make it big, she must find out what to do about the secrets and lies she hoped to bury in her old life. Run, Rose, Run is a Nashville story about an aspiring singer on the run from her past.

Media Credits: The New York Times

Read Dangerously

It revolves around literature as resistance, as presented by Azar Nafisi in Read Dangerously. She emphasizes that books can help us overcome societal challenges and urges us to choose our reading material carefully.

Media Credits: Amazon.in

Red Paint

Her memoir is a fascinating account of growing up in the punk scene and honouring her ancestral roots in the Pacific Northwest. The linguist, LaPointe's grandmother, preserved the language of her tribe, Lushootseed, and LaPointe wants to make her proud.

Media Credits: Everybody Reads

Glory, NoViolet Bulawayo

With an ambitious allegorical novel inspired by the fall of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, NoViolet Bulawayo, who was shortlisted for the 2013 Booker Prize, returns. The novel Glory takes place in an African nation inhabited exclusively by animals.

Media Credits: Nuria Store

When We Were Birds, Ayanna Lloyd Banwo

During the quest to discover what family members owe each other, Yejide and Darwin are drawn together in a magical version of Trinidad and Tobago. As Yejide's neglectful mother passes away, she intends to pass on the power of guiding souls to the afterlife, a responsibility he does not wish to carry.

Media Credits: Vibes & Scribes

Disorientation, Elaine Hsieh Chou

The late fictional poet Xiao-Wen Chou is the subject of a Ph.D. dissertation by Ingrid Yang, who is rather disillusioned with her research.

Media Credits: OverDrive

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