First up are books that haven’t been mentioned in any comments until this month. These are either recent releases or obscure books experiencing a revival.
I wasn’t able to get comments for every day in March so the numbers are a bit lower than usual. Eventually I’ll re-ingest the missing data.
Strange mix this month: the top spot is shared by a German-language children’s book about Covid as well as a NY Times mystery paperback.
The overall top books this month are pretty similar to the top books of this 2020:
There are some more interesting books in the top 20 this month though, here’s a curated selection:
Before I started this project I might have been surprised to see erotic fiction based on current events in the shipping industry.
There were 6 new subreddits added to the redditreads database in March. These aren’t new on reddit, rather they only now exceeded the threshold for statistically significant results: