Skip to Main Content
Header image

The best books Kobo read in March 2024

By Kobo • March 31, 2024Kobo Staff Picks

Discover the eBooks and audiobooks that Kobo staffers loved in March

Listen for the Lie by Amy Tintera

“This was a great thriller/whodunit! Fast-paced (I was hooked right away) and told in an interesting way- weaving in a true crime podcast. Really enjoyed it!.” —Kristain

View eBook    View Audiobook

Canadian Boyfriend by Jenny Holiday

“I have personally discovered that I will require Joshua Jackson to read every male romance lead going forward.” —Deandra

View Audiobook    View eBook

A Psalm for the Wild-Built by Becky Chambers

“This was a great non-stressful, short read. It's about a tea monk that goes for a walk in the woods with a robot, and discusses the meaning of purpose to life. It's set in a future world after humans and robots split apart. I'm not really sure how else to describe it except it was quite relaxing to read and I'm definitely going to get the next book in the series.” —Carmen

View eBook    View Audiobook

Caste: The Origins of Our Discontents by Isabel Wilkerson

“A very different type of book, but this was one was very insightful!” —Elyse

View Audiobook    View eBook

Here We Go Again by Alison Cochrun

“This book had me ugly crying! The dedication reads: For all the queer educators out there. You save lives simply by showing up. Thank you. And for every queer teenager who became a little too attached to their english teacher. I see you. I love you.” —Rachel

View eBook    View Audiobook

Find more books the Kobo staff is loving here

If you would like to be the first to know about bookish blogs, please subscribe. We promise to provided only relevant articles.