Tag: unreliable narrators

  • Dinner, The – A book review

    How far would you go to save your loved one from the law and public eye when you know they are guilty? Would your stance change if it was only you that knew they were guilty? Well, the Dinner is based on this dilemma and much more.  I came across the Dinner when I was […]

  • Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, The: Book review

    Have you read The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time? Do you have recommendations with good Autistic/Asperger’s representation?

  • Review shots: Little Boys in Classics

    Do you remember a while ago I made a decision to focus on reading more classics this year? Well, I am definitely sticking to it, more or less. I am happy to announce that there are 7 classics of the 28 books I have read as on date. It seems to me that reading them […]

  • Book review: The Woman in the Window

    The Woman in the Window is a book that everyone I know has read and reviewed already. So when my book club chose this one as our March BOTM I knew I had to read it. And having been focusing on the classics until now this year, I loved the chance of reading a contemporary […]

  • Types of unreliable narrators that you should love

    Not too long ago, I shared about my love for unreliable narrators in fiction and I even came out with a list. But recently I had a discussion about these narrators and I realized some of my friends had pretty serious opinions about them as well. And not everyone loves them. Shocking!! It was for […]

  • Top Ten Unreliable Narrators That We Love

    There was a time when I was not particularly interested in reading first person narratives and drop the books like it was infected if I find an ‘I’ in an active voice sentence in the first paragraph. That was a long time ago when I was about 8-10 years old. But then, I started trusting […]