I'm looking for an example novel(s) that features several separate third person viewpoint characters with seemingly different plot strands at the beginning but whose plots converge as they go on and they end up meeting further on in the novel (if only briefly). I want to see how the author handles these meetings and the meta narrative of several stories merging into one. I would prefer mainstream rather than literary as I'd like to seem something straight forward rather than overly tricky and would prefer sf but please don't let that constrict you as I'm more interested in the mechanics rather than the background and any genre would do.
A while ago I read an essay/article/rant online re a fantasy author / series and I'd like to read it again but google is failing me because I can't remember any specifics. [more inside]
So if you were going to read one book on the Titanic, which one would it be? [more inside]
Looking for examples of good bold / striking book covers and other graphic design [more inside]
Looking for recommendations for thriller novels. Preferences insdie. [more inside]
What's the best literary equivalent of Alien
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's finished (wipes tear)... what do I watch/read/listen to, now ? [more inside]