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The best books Kobo read in February 2024

By Kobo • February 29, 2024Kobo Staff Picks

Discover the eBooks and audiobooks that Kobo staffers loved in February

The Forgotten Beasts of Eld by Patricia A. McKillip, Gail Carriger

"Originally published in 1974, this stunning fantasy novel is celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Filled with gorgeous prose, a complex and flawed main character (a young sorceress with a lot of history), and a richly written fantasy world, I'm already planning on re-reading this despite having recently finished it". —Terrence

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When Among Crows by Veronica Roth

"Novellas are usually a hard sell for me because I always find them too short for the story they're trying to tell, but I loved this one! Fascinating world, really memorable and striking scenes, and lovely characters. This doesnt come out till May, add it to your TBR." —Fatima

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Emily Wilde's Map of the Otherlands by Heather Fawcett

“The new Emily Wilde book is even better than the first one, it is just bursting with whimsy.” —May

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The Bee Sting by Paul Murray

“The best book I recently read was The Bee Sting. It was tragic and funny and made me feel a lot of things. And the ending!” —Anna

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To Be Taught, If Fortunate by Becky Chambers

“Big hope in humanity vibes.😌🫶”—Alyssa

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My Husband by Maud Ventura

"I loved this. At no point did I have any idea what was going on or where things were going to end up. Bananas and very fabulous."—Alanna

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