Novels with Unreliable Narrators

 
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Novels With Unreliable Narrators

Some of the most entertaining novels frequently have liars at their core. 

The following ten books are diverse, entertaining and eminently readable.

Fight Club – Chuck Palahniuk (mind blowing)

Life Of Pi – Yann Martel (meditative angst)

Notes On A Scandal – Patrick Marber (age before beauty)

Lolita – Vladimir Nabakov (disturbing story, breathtakingly written)

Gone Girl – Gillian Flynn (he said, she wrote)

The Three – Sarah Lotz (creepy in the best way)

A Clockwork Orange – Anthony Burgess (wins most inventive and violent)

The Great Gatsby – F. Scott Fitzgerald (never trust a guy named Nick)

The Catcher In The Rye – J.D. Salinger (Holden is a shit – don’t listen to him)

The Girl On The Train – Erin Cressida Wilson (drunk woman talking)

Jeff Robinson