March was a slow reading month and we both headed into April with more than one half unread book. Nonetheless out of the 8 books we read, we’d recommend more than 5 (without you asking). You can see the full list of what we read in March here, but if it’s a must read you’re after scroll on for the best books we read in March 2023. 

1. Thinking 101 by Prof Woo-Kyoung Ahn 

Thinking101 by Prof. Woo-Kyoung Ahn
Recommended by Zissy

I love a good learning book and Thinking 101 is right up there. It’s based on one of the most popular Yale courses which centers around helping you overcome the cognitive biases that cause you problems in daily lives. In Thinking 101, Prof Woo-Kyoung Ahn shares the key principles from her course with the reader in a way that is enjoyable, interesting and has practical application to your life. 

Read the full review here

2. The Other Side of Night by Adam Handy 

The Other Side of Night Adam Hamdy
Recommended by Feige

This is a mystery thriller that starts off so well, it makes you think the story that follows is actually real. The plot is excellent, surprising and satisfying, ending in a way that sees all the pieces come together perfectly.

Read the full review here

3. Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries by Kate Mosse

Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries {Book Review}
Recommended by Zissy

I’ve always enjoyed learning history, but much like I enjoy learning books that share lessons through stories, I enjoy learning history through stories. Warrior Queens & Quiet Revolutionaries is not just a history book – it is history through the stories of 1000 women whose names and stories should be known. It interesting, eye opening and a must read for anyone who enjoys history especially less written about women’s history. 

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4. The Theory of Not Quite Everything by Kara Gnodde 

The Theory of Not Quite Everything by Gara Knodde
Recommended by Zissy

This was the first fiction book I’ve read in a while that I’ve fully enjoyed and been excited about. It’s a love story, come drama, come mystery that centers not around the couple, but rather siblings. It’s got quirky yet loveable characters, a charming story line that isn’t obvious and enough mystery and drama to keep you intrigued until the end. 

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5. On the Savage Side by Tiffany McDaniel

On the Savage Side by Tiffany McDaniel
Recommended by Feige

Although fiction, this book is based on real crime case in Ohio. Between 2014 & 2015 six women went missing, 4 were found dead while the other two still remain missing. Many knew each other, and all struggled with addiction. It’s a devastating read, written brilliantly. It is real and raw and the contents will break your heart. It reminded me of Season 1 of True Detective.

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