Thursday, May 1, 2014

Five notable novels featuring unreliable narrators

Sophie Hannah is an internationally bestselling author of psychological thrillers, poetry, and short fiction.

For The Daily Beast, she tagged her five favorite novels featuring unreliable narrators, including:
Half Broken Things
by Morag Joss

A stunning psychological thriller about three misfits who come together with at first wonderful and then disastrous consequences. One of the best crime novels I’ve ever read—moving, gripping, and more memorable than almost every other thriller I’ve read. Joss is a superb prose stylist.
Read about the other entries on the list.

Also see: Kathryn Williams's list of fiction’s eight craziest unreliable narrators and Henry Sutton's top ten unreliable narrators.

--Marshal Zeringue