POPSUGAR March 1, 2021 by SABIENNA BOWMAN
March's collection of must-read new releases is full of heavy hitters. This month brings new books from famed authors like Kazuo Ishiguro, Kate Quinn, and Isabel Allende, as well as a number of highly anticipated debuts.
Among March's highlights are a historical-fiction novel that will transport you to a ship known as the "Titanic of the South," a nonfiction title to help you conquer self-doubt, and a stirring collection of poetry about identity — it truly is a bounty of literary goodness. And that's just the beginning, from thoughtful sci-fi novels to sprawling family tales that span decades, the best books of March are enthralling, surprising, and captivating reads that will have you turning pages all spring long.
Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan
Surviving Savannah by Patti Callahan is a historical-fiction novel that explores the forgotten sinking of "The Titanic of the South." In 1838, the steamship Pulaski sank with many of Savannah's elite residents onboard. Callahan explores the tragedy from the point of view of two women, Augusta Longstreet and her niece, Lilly Forsyth, who each must make an unthinkable choice when the ship explodes.
Out March 9