March's book for discussion, as chosen by voters on the website, will be the 1970 Sci-fi book Ringworld by Larry Niven. A summary of the book I pulled from another website describes it:
In Ringworld, 200-year-old human Louis Wu is recruited by a two-headed alien named Nessus to join him, a catlike warrior alien named Speaker, and the infinitely lucky human Teela Brown to explore an alien artifact. They find a Ringworld, a ribbon millions of miles long built around a distant sun. The civilization has fallen into savagery, though, and after crashing into the Ringworld, Louis must come up with a clever plan to get back to known space, hundreds of light years away.
If you would like a digital copy of this book, shoot me an email at mike at mikefenwick dot com. Also, please take a moment to stop by the website (http://veganbookclub.com) and vote for books you want to read for upcoming discussions. There's currently a 4 way tie for April's book, so an extra tiebreaker vote or two would not be remiss.