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There are two sequels to Swept Away: Swept Away: The Mountain (1996) and Swept Away: The Pit (1996; see separate entry). In Swept Away: The Mountain, the events left hanging at the end of Swept Away are resolved (not all of the young people survive their ordeal). Jeanette's unreliability as a narrator is further developed, as her lies confuse even her. In Swept Away: The Pit, Jeanette and Neil try to resolve the mysteries surrounding Bill, including whether Lalla, Bill's supposed ex-girlfriend, is really dead. Jeanette's life and sanity are once again on the line.

The unreliable narrator occurs more often in books written for adults than those for young adults, but young readers are likely to read F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby (1925; see separate entry) and Emily Bronte's Wuthering Heights (1847; see separate entry), each of which features an unreliable narrator, and each of which appeals to the thinking...

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