Today's Top Five Wednesday is Top Five Books With Multiple Points of View.
Now, the thing about me is, I never notice changes in points of view. Well, it's worse when I'm asked to remember if a book is in first or third person. I don't know! So let's see if I can do this.
The Gracekeepers by Kirsty Logan - I just finished this one. The two main characters do most of the talking, but most of the secondary characters also tell a chapter or two.
The Help by Kathryn Stockett - I had to do some research to find books with multiple view points, and I like this one.
Mudbound by Hillary Jordan - My book club read this a year or two ago. It was pretty good.
Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte - I read this is high school and liked it, because that is an excellent time of life to appreciate it. I'm not sure a rereading would stand up, but for now, it's on the list. And this cover!
Middlemarch by George Eliot - I've read this twice, so far. I like it. This cover, too!