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“data-ssimg=/ photo/58612275. cms data-photoscount =9 data-curphotoscount=0 data-curphotogalid=58612200 data-nxtphotogalphotoid=58535379 data-shorturl=http://toi.in/XrRvsa67 >< img itemprop =http://schema.org/image alt="8 unreliable narratives you can never ever dislike! "valign=center src =http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/photo/58612275.cms line up=middle border= 0 title="8 unreliable stories you can never ever dislike!"ag=TNN > 8 undependable stories you can never lose interest in!From the classics like Lolita and Wuthering Heights to current thrillers like Gone Lady and The Lady on the Train, the category of the unreliable story is practically like a half-baked recipe of a bestseller. Suspense and unforeseen endings thrill us as readers and thus this key part of modernism churns one of the most intricate yet fascinating plots and characters. We have assembled a list of 8 such books you can never ever lose interest in!
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Yann Martel’s bestselling unique, The Life of Pi, is archetypal of the undependable story. The novel is a first-person narration by protagonist Piscine Molitor Patel who survives a shipwreck and sustains through 227 days stranded with a tiger on a lifeboat in the Pacific Ocean.
This psychological thriller by Paula Hawkins ruled at the NYT Bestseller list for 13 weeks. The book is written in the first-person story from the perspective of 3 women. The stunning unspooling of realities that Paula Hawkins make will leave you hooked to the book till completion.
The most racy bestseller book of recent times across the world, Gone Woman by Gillain Flynn is a suspense thriller. The thriller is constructed by the undependable narrators Nick Dunne and Amy in the very first half of the book. The 2nd half unfold the truths and covert truths.
Elizabeth is Missing is the launching novel of author Emma Healey who was brave enough to select a storyteller heroine with dementia. This unputdownable debut book is a ‘mental interplay’ and a best read for those who like the category of undependable narrative.