Third-person books

Of the 120ish books I read in 2021, some didn’t place on the Top 10, but are still worth mentioning. These were the Top 5 books that stood out to me as using third-person point of view better than the others.

5. Midnight Library by Matt Haig

4. Dark Shores by Danielle L Jensen

3. The House in the Cerulean Sea by T.J. Klune

2. The Lunar Chronicles by Marissa Meyer

1. Little Fires Everywhere by Celest Ng

See my other “Top 10” lists, reviews, and author interviews under the blog on my site.

Published by CassieSwindon

Fiction author

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