‘What We Didn’t Say’ is Rory Dunlop’s debut novel and it’s out today in paperback, published by Twenty7. I had the pleasure of interviewing Rory.
Can you tell me a bit about ‘What We Didn’t Say’ please?
It’s a novel about a marriage, told by the husband and the wife. They love each other but they separate because of a series of misunderstandings and miscommunications. Then, two years, later they meet up. They want to get back together but they’re each hiding secrets from the other. It’s written in the form of a diary by the husband, with comments from the wife.
Where did you get your ideas from for this book?
I’ve always loved unreliable narrator books, like Lolita or The Sea, the Sea. I enjoy, as a reader, seeing things the narrator can’t. I thought it would be fun to have two competing unreliable narrators telling the same…
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