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message 1: by Catie (new)

Catie Currie | 8 comments Hello!
I have always really loved books with unreliable narration and I recently discovered I like surrealism as well. I really love finishing a book and just feeling like someone ripped the carpet out from under me (weird? Maybe haha) or suddenly needing to reread through crucial parts now that I know the ending. Any suggestions?

I really loved Kazuo Ishiguro for unreliable narration, particularly A Pale View of Hills. I also liked Emma in the Night, The Turn of the Screw and, at least the idea behind I Let You Go, if not the actual writing.
For surrealism, my absolute favorite author is Aimee Bender, in particular, her short story collection: The Color Master: Stories.

Thank you!

message 2: by Elena (new)

Elena (elenalikesbooks) | 94 comments For surrealism, Kelly Link's short stories have a similar surrealism to Aimee Bender's. Things that Fall from the Sky is also in that vein.

message 3: by Catie (new)

Catie Currie | 8 comments Thank you so much, those look perfect!!

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