We gave it an A-
Daphne du Maurier
A mousy second wife tells an increasingly unnerving story about a glam first wife’s death.
The Power and the Glory
Greene’s self-destructive “whisky priest” never identifies himself out of shame.
Ellison comments on the meaning of identity by stripping his protagonist of one.
Bright Lights, Big City
An anonymous cocaine-addled journalist veers from one disaster to the next.
Palahniuk’s main character — a disaffected white-collar worker — remains a mystery, even to himself.