10 Most Anticipated Books Of March 2022
Last month of first quarter of 2022 is here and we are back, waiting of books releasing in this month. Here is a list of 10 most promising or say anticipated books releasing in March 2022, from diverse genres.
10 Most Anticipated Books Of March 2022:
- In The Margins by Elena Ferrante
- Mecca by Susan Straight
- How Strange A Season by Megan Mayhew Bergman
- Secret Identity by Alex Segura
- French Braid by Anne Tyler
- The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake
- Nine Lives by Peter Swanson
- All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir
- Gallant by Victoria Schwab
- A Million Quiet Revolutions by Robin Gow
In The Margins by Elena Ferrante
The only non fiction on our list is a collection of essays on life and writing by the acclaimed writer of the Neapolitan books, whom the Oprah magazine touts as the “oracle of young writers”. In these essays, Ferrante outlines her life as both the reader and the writer she is today. And in the process, she reveals her triumphs, failings, influences and choices.
Mecca by Susan Straight
A bold and beautiful novel from the National Award finalist Straight, this book is almost an ode to California. Its central character, the deeply Californian Johnny faces the consequences of his past actions in a form of natural law. He reels from the trauma of the assault of a woman that was never discovered, proving that all isn’t rosy rosy.
How Strange A Season by Megan Mayhew Bergman
In this collection of short stories, the brilliant lit professor and environmentalist Megan writes about largely female characters. These characters, as they grapple with the conflict within, also engage with the environment at large. With microcosms of life brimming in each story, this anthology reveals Bergman as the continual of a brilliant literary legacy.
Secret Identity by Alex Segura
From the well known comic book writer Segura comes another graphic novel that unfolds in the 1970s New York and centres around an aspiring queer Cuban American comic book writer. Dealing with sexism and low sales, she takes up a project with a male cowriter, but then someone kills him. What unfolds is a powerful feminist story full of mystery.
French Braid by Anne Tyler
Tyler swooned us all with her Pulitzer winning work, and she is back into the literary game with this historical fiction. This sweeping story follows the Garrett family of Baltimore and the trajectory of their intersecting individual lives. Each character has his or her own back story and motivations, from which the story of the family emerges like a puzzle.
The Atlas Six by Olivie Blake
This dark academia fantasy book opens a new series and follows the Alexandrian Society, entrusted with carrying the knowledge of the ages. Only six people will be initiated into this prestigious program, and our book follows the newest six. As their individual stories come together to form the sestet, a beautiful story comes alive.
Nine Lives by Peter Swanson
In this very dark mystery, nine strangers obtain a cryptic list with their names on it and begin to die in mysterious and enchanting ways.
All My Rage by Sabaa Tahir
In this YA by the New York Times bestselling author, two timelines merge to create a wonderful story. Basically, in Lahore of years ago, an arrange marriage couple emigrate to the States while reeling from a profound tragedy. In America of present day, their son attempts to re-piece their broken lives, while dealing with his own relationship problems.
Gallant by Victoria Schwab
Schwab has given us many bestsellers already, and this one seems just as promising. Here, Olivia returns to her home after years, determined to stay out despite the hostility she faces. When a coincidence ends up with her inhabiting a similar yet different world, things start to spiral out of control in this dark fantasy.
A Million Quiet Revolutions by Robin Gow
This queer love story by the much loved Gow follows a trans coupe as they navigate the new changes in their life once one of them moves away. What ensues is a heart touching story of love, loss and keeping the spark alive. The book is as poetic and lyrical as the title, and just as soothing as well.
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