Here are the best books out there that are must-read before the end of March. This books will entangle you and make you yearn for more from the writers. In accordance to Amazon book reviews, we came up with two of this.
1. “The Unsinkable Greta James” by Jennifer E. Smith
A heartfelt tale of grief, love, and connection reminiscent of “Where’d You Go, Bernadette?” and “Daisy Jones & The Six.” Greta James is an indie rock star, but following her mother’s death and a disastrous stage performance, she withdraws from her very public life and decides to join her estranged father on an Alaskan cruise. Will Greta be able to make amends with her father, her work, and possibly even her love life during her week-long vacation?
Greta is a character you root for: she’s relatable, flawed, wounded, and misses her mother so much that you can’t help but cry for her. “The Unsinkable Greta James” is not only entertaining but also heartwarming, and it appears to be destined for book clubs and the big screen. —
Dreams take their toll on the dreamer, as Misbah, Toufiq, and their adolescent son Salahudin have discovered. “All My Rage” alternates between past and present, beginning with a young Pakistani couple seeking a new beginning who relocate to a small California town and own a hotel.
In the present day, their son, Sal, is battling to keep it all together. The once-promising hotel is now an albatross over his parents’ necks, and his parents’ life are tearing at the seams. Tahir’s characters are pushed and pulled in different directions, caught up in relationships that are white-hot with the intensity of love and wrath, but nevertheless allow for forgiveness and redemption. This wonderful novel is irrepressible because it is raw, honest, and unstoppable.