Another great addition to my string of literary fiction featuring an unreliable narrator. And if I were forced to pick a favorite, I would probably choose this one. I think it's probably the most literary of all of them. It's compact and doesn't require a huge time commitment, but it packs a huge punch. I think the slow reveal of character was my favorite part. Each of the four main characters is so deep and so dynamic, and those aspects are slowly revealed over the course of the book.
In addition to being well-written, the story is engrossing. For a book that takes place over the course of a single evening, it was remarkably consuming. I couldn't wait to see what would be revealed next and found it as suspenseful and horrifying as any thriller I've read recently.
If you don't typically read literary fiction, but you're interested in giving it a try, this is a great book to start with. It doesn't fall into the plotless stereotype of literary fiction by any means. The pacing is perfect. And I can't rave enough about how fascinating the characters are. I think regular readers of literary fiction will also enjoy it, as will those who love thrillers.