A novel about growing up in the literally and figuratively hot South.
By Don Noble
As Hot As It Was, You Ought to Thank Me
The most famous unreliable narrator in American fiction is Mark Twain?s Huckleberry Finn.
Huck is not a liar and, unlike an Edgar Allen Poe unreliable narrator, who tells the reader in the first few sentences that he is an alcoholic or caught for years in the trammels of opium, Huck means to tell you the truth.