10 Must-Read Books for March


Made to Break, D. Foy (March 18)

We can easily get behind any book whose back cover compares it to both Denis Johnson and Roberto Bolaño, but we also reserve the right to be skeptical about such lofty claims. D. Foy’s debut, which explores the limits of friendship and also has one of the finest explorations of what is and isn’t “plotzing” (you have to read the book to get it) that we’ve ever read, doesn’t even need to be linked to those masters; Made to Break stands up perfectly on its own.