For March, I read three books: Beloved by Toni Morrison, Deacon King Kong by James McBride, and The Space Between Worlds by Micaiah Johnson.
Beloved was tough to read, but feels like a necessary book. It further grounds American history as a horror story.
Deacon King Kong was rambunctious, full of life, both funny and sad. It reminded me a bit of A Confederacy of Dunces in its ensemble cast and depiction of characters.
Finally, The Space Between Worlds is a fun many-worlds interpretation science-fiction book that adds some twists to the concept of a multiverse and creates a story that will leave the reader guessing.