Do you know any good books worth recommending that are in first-person narrative?
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Let me know if a thread like this one exist or not
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Explain your opinion in great detail. List the full title of the story, show a picture of the cover, and list the plot

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The Kingkiller Chronicle is pretty good, in that despite knowing the main character is going to get through the situation somehow, you want to know how he gets through it. Novel sort of looses me towards the halfway point of the second book however. If I were to list the plot it might give too much a way, essentially however it's about an old Inn Keeper who is in reality the infamous Kvothe the Kingkiller. He meets a man called Chronicler and decides it's time he shared his entire life over the course of three days. Each book taking place over a day and Kvothe telling a substantial portion of his life.

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Iconodule wrote:

The Kingkiller Chronicle is pretty good, in that despite knowing the main character is going to get through the situation somehow, you want to know how he gets through it. Novel sort of looses me towards the halfway point of the second book however. If I were to list the plot it might give too much a way, essentially however it's about an old Inn Keeper who is in reality the infamous Kvothe the Kingkiller. He meets a man called Chronicler and decides it's time he shared his entire life over the course of three days. Each book taking place over a day and Kvothe telling a substantial portion of his life.




Thanks for the book.
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All You Need Is Kill is a brilliant novel.

Also, the novel Another is a fantastic read. it's mostly form first person point of view, there a few short chapters that aren't though.
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eclair-lumiere wrote:

All You Need Is Kill is a brilliant novel.

Also, the novel Another is a fantastic read. it's mostly form first person point of view, there a few short chapters that aren't though.



Thank you. Aren't those novels actually manga?
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There are manga version of them. However, All You Need Is Kill is originally a light novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. Another is a much longer novel by Yukito Ayatsuji.

I recommend the manga versions too. Another has also been adapted into an anime and a live action film. The anime is brilliant, the film is just...meh...
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eclair-lumiere wrote:



There are manga version of them. However, All You Need Is Kill is originally a light novel by Hiroshi Sakurazaka. Another is a much longer novel by Yukito Ayatsuji.

I recommend the manga versions too. Another has also been adapted into an anime and a live action film. The anime is brilliant, the film is just...meh...



I never read a light novel. Where do you even go to read those?
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It depends what country you're in i suppose. I'm in england, the All you Need Is Kill is available from Waterstones, Forbidden Planet or on amazon. Another is available on amazon.

If you can't find a hard copy, you can probably find them translated online somewhere.
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eclair-lumiere wrote:



It depends what country you're in i suppose. I'm in england, the All you Need Is Kill is available from Waterstones, Forbidden Planet or on amazon. Another is available on amazon.

If you can't find a hard copy, you can probably find them translated online somewhere.


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Iconodule wrote:

The Kingkiller Chronicle is pretty good, in that despite knowing the main character is going to get through the situation somehow, you want to know how he gets through it. Novel sort of looses me towards the halfway point of the second book however. If I were to list the plot it might give too much a way, essentially however it's about an old Inn Keeper who is in reality the infamous Kvothe the Kingkiller. He meets a man called Chronicler and decides it's time he shared his entire life over the course of three days. Each book taking place over a day and Kvothe telling a substantial portion of his life.



eek, sounds painful
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Percy Jackson and the Olympians. The movies SUCK BTW
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Sherlock Holmes.
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The Way We Fall by Megan Crewe
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