So today we’re making a list of the best books told from the villain’s perspective.
This is a retelling of Snow White from the perspective of the Evil Queen. This novel looks into the Evil Queen’s past and what transpired that made her who she is.
Detective novels are usually told from the perspective of the detective or policeman. But this book tells a detective story from the perspective of the one fleeing from the detectives.
This is literally the first book in a series titled Villains, so you get the point. Plus just look at the title.
We’re talking about villains, but Lewis writes this book from the perspective of a demon! It really doesn’t get more villainous than that.
This book flips the mythological epic Mahabharata over, and tells the story from the perspective of the vanquished.
This is the third installment in Amish’s Ram Chandra series, which delves into the Indian epic Ramayana from the villain’s perspective.
This book, now regarded as a modern classic, is a retelling of Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre from the perspective of the ‘madwoman in the attic’.