The Best New Books on Scribd: February Edition

We’re constantly adding new content for you to read on Scribd. In case you missed it, here are some of the best audiobooks and ebooks that were added to the service this past month:


Brotopia by Emily Chang

A timely new release, Emily Chang’s takedown of the boys’ club of Silicon Valley continues a necessary conversation about the ways that misogyny and sexism have shaped the tech industry. Subscribe to our ScribdChat podcast to hear an interview with Chang on March 6!

An American Marriage by Tayari Jones

Oprah’s newest book club pick is a loving and insightful look at a marriage assaulted by forces beyond the couple’s control.

Feel Free by Zadie Smith

On subjects that span the high-low cultural divide, from Justin Bieber to Schopenhauer, Zadie Smith’s intelligence, humor, and charm shine through in this collection of essays.

The Kremlin’s Candidate by Jason Matthews

Even more exciting than the adaptation of Red Sparrow into a movie starring Jennifer Lawrence is the recent completion of the trilogy with Kremlin’s Candidate.

The Future of Humanity by Michio Kaku

If you love science fiction (especially stories about living on Mars like Pierce Brown’s Red Rising series), this latest from physics professor Michio Kaku is a must-read about how scientists have been shaped by the ideas found in science fiction. What’s fiction now will almost certainly be a reality in the future, according to Kaku.

Only Child by Rhiannon Navin

Only Child is one of the most hotly anticipated and timely debut novels of 2018. The six-year-old narrator who survives a school shooting will definitely touch your heart.


Born to Run by Bruce Springsteen

Written with Bruce Springsteen’s characteristic lyricism and honesty, it’s a memoir as much about an American rock star as about America itself.

My Brilliant Friend by Elena Ferrante

This book may not be brand new, but we’re very excited to announce that Scribd now has the Neapolitan Novels and many more books from Europa Editions

The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo by Amy Schumer

Feminist comedian Amy Schumer has written one of the funniest and well-loved memoirs of the past decade. Any fan needs to read this (and everybody else needs to read it to become a fan).

Young Jane Young by Gabrielle Zevin

The latest from the author of The Storied Life of A.J. Fikry confronts the gendered double-standards women in the public eye still experience regularly.

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