At B & N Reads Somers tagged "five examples of time manipulation in novels that will blow your mind," including:
A River Runs Through It, by Norman MacleanRead about another entry on the list.
Maclean’s amazing novel dispenses with a traditional novel structure and reads more like a confessional infodump directly from the author’s brain. While ostensibly told in a straightforward chronological order, in reality the story about Maclean’s life in Montana, his father and deceased brother, and, of course, fly fishing is told by jumping from memory to memory in a naturalistic way that mimics how we actually remember our own lives. The effect is subtle and brilliant, and is one big reason anyone who reads this remarkable short novel is affected powerfully by it.
A River Runs Through It is one of Eric Blehm's most influential books.