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57 new eBooks and audiobooks coming out March 12 – 18, 2024

By Kobo • March 12, 2024New eBooks and Audiobooks

The books we’re most looking forward to this week

Gabriel García Márquez, the Nobel Prize–winning author of One Hundred Years of Solitude and Love in the Time of Cholera, among other beloved literary works, passed away in 2014 at the age of 87. As we near the 10th anniversary of his death, his sons Rodrigo and Gonzalo García Barcha are publishing a book he abandoned at the end of his life. Until August is a brief work, not even 100 pages, and it has been described as unique among the author’s works for lacking the richness of vocabulary that readers around the world find so enchanting about his books. For that reason, some have objected to the book seeing light of day, suggesting that his sons should have done to it what their father used to have them do to all of his abandoned projects: destroy it completely. Even Rodrigo and Gonzalo describe their decision as “a betrayal,” but one they’ve carried out for the sake of “readers’ pleasure.” We’re sure “Gabo” will forgive his boys for it.

Podcaster Jane Marie has won numerous awards for her work on This American Life, and with her own show The Dream she’s become a well-known expert on multilevel marketing companies, aka. MLMs. In Selling the Dream: The Billion-Dollar Industry Bankrupting Americans, she takes us inside the way these companies sell a promise of entrepreneurship, usually to women, focusing on areas where more reliable employment is less available than it used to be. Marie shows how MLMs’ success depends on convincing individuals that success is something they share with the brand but failure is theirs alone, which is why for 99.7% of people who join an MLM it’s a money-losing experience.

Gilead author Marilynne Robinson is unusual among celebrated American literary figures for her subtle and sympathetic treatment of religion in her novels, and her openness about the role her Congregationalist Christian faith plays in her personal and intellectual life. She has also published several non-fiction books on politics, history, and religion. In Reading Genesis Robinson delivers an appreciation of the book of Genesis, the first book of the Christian Old Testament and the Hebrew bible, as a work of literary art that has much to offer believers through interpretation. In a time of fraught culture wars where religion is often pitted against art, it’s thrilling to have a creative mind like Robinson’s engaging with one of the world’s best-known creation stories.


More books coming out now


✍ Poetry

The Moon That Turns You Back by Hala Alyan


🧰 Help and How-to

The Menopause Brain: New Science Empowers Women to Navigate the Pivotal Transition with Knowledge and Confidence by Lisa Mosconi PhD

How to Walk into a Room: The Art of Knowing When to Stay and When to Walk Away by Emily P. Freeman

How to Raise a Healthy Gamer: End Power Struggles, Break Bad Screen Habits, and Transform Your Relationship with Your Kids by Alok Kanojia MD, MPH

Coach Builder: How to Turn Your Expertise Into a Profitable Coaching Career by Donald Miller

The 4 Day Week Handbook: Your Guide to Happy Staff, Smarter Working and a Productivity Miracle by Joe Ryle


💡 Big Ideas

Reading Genesis by Marilynne Robinson

If You Can't Take the Heat: Tales of Food, Feminism, and Fury by Geraldine DeRuiter

How to Be Old: Lessons in Living Boldly from the Accidental Icon by Lyn Slater

The Return of Great Powers: Russia, China, and the Next World War by Jim Sciutto

Dispersals: On Plants, Borders, and Belonging by Jessica J. Lee

Our Biggest Fight: Reclaiming Liberty, Humanity, and Dignity in the Digital Age by Frank H. McCourt Jr. with Michael J. Casey

You Get What You Pay For: Essays by Morgan Parker

I Finally Bought Some Jordans: Essays by Michael Arceneaux


🗣 True Stories

A Very Private School: A Memoir by Charles Spencer

Cloistered: My Years as a Nun by Catherine Coldstream

Atrocity on the Atlantic: Attack on a Hospital Ship During the Great War by Nate Hendley

Biography of A Friendship: A Memoir by Marie-Claude Arnott

Selling the Dream: The Billion-Dollar Industry Bankrupting Americans by Jane Marie

The Manicurist's Daughter: A Memoir by Susan Lieu


💘 Romance

A Touch of Chaos by Scarlett St. Clair

Just One More Moment by Carly Phillips

A Family Of His Own by Stephanie Laurens

Endless Skye by Donna Grant

Callum by Sawyer Bennett

Walk of Shame by Avery Flynn

The Lookback by B. E. Baker


🗡️ Action, Crime, and Mystery

Still See You Everywhere by Lisa Gardner

A Grave Robbery by Deanna Raybourn

Habeas Corpus by Rebecca Zanetti

Jack On A Wire: Hunting Lee Child's Jack Reacher by Diane Capri

The #1 Lawyer by James Patterson and Nancy Allen

Watch Where They Hide by Tamron Hall

Black Wolf by Juan Gómez-Jurado


🖊️ Literary & Contemporary Fiction

The Inheritance by Joanna Goodman

Until August by Gabriel García Márquez

Victim by Andrew Boryga

All Our Yesterdays: A Novel of Lady Macbeth by Joel H. Morris

Pride and Joy by Louisa Onomé

Great Expectations by Vinson Cunningham


✨ Fantasy, Horror, Sci-Fi, and Speculative Fiction

Empire of the Damned by Jay Kristoff

Sunbringer by Hannah Kaner

The Siege of Burning Grass by Premee Mohamed

The Hunt by Z. W. Taylor

The Fealty of Monsters by Ladz

Galactic Instability by John Wilker

The Collapsing Wave by Doug Johnstone

Those Beyond the Wall by Micaiah Johnson

Zombie Fallout 22: Bridging the Gap by Mark Tufo

Jumpnauts by Hao Jingfang


🗯 Manga & Graphic Novels

Call of the Night, Vol. 15 by Kotoyama

Don't Toy With Me, Miss Nagatoro 16 by Nanashi

One Piece, Vol. 105 by Eiichiro Oda

Fly Me to the Moon, Vol. 22 by Kenjiro Hata

Matcha Made in Heaven 8 by Umebachi Yamanaka

Am I Actually the Strongest? 5 (light novel) by Sai Sumimori

Delinquent Daddy and Tender Teacher Vol. 3 by Tama Mizuki


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