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Kazuo Ishiguro

Never Let Me Go

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“Never Let Me Go” is a novel written by Kazuo Ishiguro, a British author of Japanese descent. Published in 2005, the book has garnered critical acclaim and has been widely recognized as one of Ishiguro’s notable works.

“Never Let Me Go” is set in a dystopian alternate reality and follows the lives of three friends: Kathy, Ruth, and Tommy. The story is narrated by Kathy as she reflects on her upbringing and the experiences they shared at Hailsham, a seemingly idyllic boarding school in the English countryside. As the narrative unfolds, the true nature of their existence and purpose becomes gradually revealed.

The novel explores themes of identity, memory, mortality, and the ethical implications of science and technology. It delves into the characters’ emotional journeys and the challenges they face as they grapple with their destinies within a society that views them as different and disposable.

Kazuo Ishiguro’s writing style is known for its introspective and nuanced exploration of human emotions and relationships. “Never Let Me Go” exemplifies his ability to create thought-provoking narratives that raise profound questions about the human condition.

The book was adapted into a film in 2010, directed by Mark Romanek and starring Carey Mulligan, Andrew Garfield, and Keira Knightley.

19 reviews for Never Let Me Go

  1. Veena. sharma (Verified Purchase)

    I like the way the narrative is told and emotional depth the characters have, after reading a while it was clear we were in an emotional and moral voyage, the characters develop deep and memories remain with you for a long time, never let the memories go.

  2. Durga PRASAD (Verified Purchase)

    Read for yourself. It’s something that will bring about a lot pondering over the entire being of a ‘human’. From our insecurities, our desires, selfishness, everything. I can’t put this across in a very good way. Read for yourself.

  3. Mithilesh Kumar (Verified Purchase)

    This dystopian novel is set in a future world. Poignant language. It poses some ethical questions about our scientific practices.

  4. KULDEEP PATIL (Verified Purchase)

    Was on my wish list for a very long time, as far as the book quality is concerned the pages are nice and crisp and hence its not a knockoff, the story is beautiful and if you’ve seen the movie, youre going to love the book

  5. Shri Raksha (Verified Purchase)

    Deep, insightful and though it’s got an element of sci-fi to it, the emotions and feelings it evoked within me have left me with more questions and thoughts on humanity. How we view ourselves, our formative years and the role it plays as life moves on gets beautifully expressed in this piece of art.

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