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Today’s Top 10: Top Ten Books that use an epistolary style of writing, or use the epistolary trope.
Today’s topic is
Favorite “Aww” Moments In Books, but I feel like I get these in almost every book I read so today I went with, Top Ten Books that use an epistolary style of writing, or use the epistolary trope.
An epistolary novel is a book that is told mainly through letters, and written communications.
An epistolary trope is a trope where the main characters communicate mainly through written communication. A good example of the epistolary trip is the popular movie, You’ve Got Mail
1. Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid.
2. The Meeting Point by Oliva Lara
3. The Flatshare by Beth O’Leary
4. In the Margins by Melissa Ferguson.
5. Authentically, Izzy by Pepper Basham
6. To Sir With Love by Lauren Layne
7. One Last Gift by Emily Stone.
8. Pack Up the Moon by Kristan Higgins
9. Thank you for Listening by Julia Whelan.
10. Wish You Were Here by Jodie Picoult.
Do you enjoy !