10 best books of March: the Monitor's picks

What to read in March? Here are the 10 books Monitor book critics picked as winners from the lengthy list of March, 2015, new releases. 

1. "Buried Giant," by Kazuo Ishiguro

Ten years after his last novel, Japanese-born British novelist Kazuo Ishiguro (author of “Remains of the Day”) sets his new novel in 11th century England, spinning the mythic journey of an elderly couple into what Monitor book critic Terry Hong calls “a provocative, multi-layered mosaic.” You can see the Monitor's full review of "Buried Giant" here.

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