Excellent, as usual. When I think of slow reveal and unreliable narrators, I always think of the short story A Rose For Emily, that I had to read in high school. Ew. I think it has scarred me for life. It has to be tricky to get around a reader's willing suspension of disbelief for an entire novel if you're playing at a narrator like that. One last note... the first picture of Soze, with the long hair and all, wow... he was kind of sexy as a young man. Ha! ;)
A Rose for Emily.... good one. Good example. Ew. In the best possible literary way. :)
Yes, come see it! It is a great article about stringing along the audience for the greatest surprise at the end. Thanks again, Wendy, for writing this.