KAZUO ISHIGURO NEVER LET ME GO BOOK

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Never Let Me Go is a dystopian science fiction novel by British author Kazuo Ishiguro. Jump to navigation Jump to search. For the film adaptation of the book, see Never Let Me Go ( film). For the other uses, see Never Let Me Go. Never Let Me Go book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. From the Booker Prize-winning author of The Remains of the Day. Kazuo Ishiguro fascinates M John Harrison with his subtle take on mortality and hopelessness, Never Let Me Go.


Kazuo Ishiguro Never Let Me Go Book

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This book was quite interesting. That definitely made me want to keep reading but at the same time it took me a long time to start connecting the dots about why the things were the way there were for this narrator.

Everything about this narrator's world was odd and had a obvious disturbing vibe to it. What is even more terrifying is that I can see this happening in our future with the rapid advancements in technology.

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If that day comes, our values and morals will be put to the test when we try to define what is ethical and what is not. We refuse to know what's going on when it comes to how meat and dairy products reach our plates so we put up walls and gates to hide us from the terrible truth. In this scenario, clones have been created to harvest anything and everything from their bodies in order to save "real humans" from dying from diseases.

These 'students' were being raised for slaughter.

The narrator was lucky to actually have somewhat of a "normal" upbringing while others were in far worse conditions. It scares me to think that this could happen. These students had feelings, emotions, intelligence, etc. They were taught at a very young age that they would be donators. Everything about it was normalized in a way they didn't see it as problem.

They believed that's how it has always been and nothing is wrong with it. They even have the students be the care takers for the donors because no one wants to see the suffering and pain the donors have to go through. How messed up is that? I also found the relationships hard to swallow.

What they thought of as friendships and love, were not anywhere near it. However, that's all they've known. Any difficult or deep conversation was immediately shunned so surface conversation was the only acceptable way to communicate.

I thought Kath and Ruth's friendship was toxic in a lot of ways. It was almost as if they didn't know how to treat a friend.

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The one great example that I saw was in the Cottages. Ruth had two identities: I think this is why Kath remained friends with her even though Ruth treated her so terribly.

Her whole life she had to constantly filter herself but in those hours of sipping tea with no filter, it gave her some sort of relief. It allowed her to be a more truer form of herself. Overall, I thought the book was incredibly mind provoking. I wish there was a happy ending but ultimately, we only receives answers rather than Kath, Tommy, and Ruth riding off into the sunset.

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I would probably rate this 3. I found myself pretty detached while reading this Our narrator, Kathy, was detached as well.

Detached from her own experiences and even somewhat detached from the losses she experiences. But then it would get tucked back inside and hidden. So many little parts make us into who we are In the end, I found this book sad.

I guess I believe in the soul. I believe in the sanctity of people I love good literature. I love great characters, intriguing plots, and surprise endings. Unfortunately, this book has none of the above.

I regret downloading it and wasting my time reading it. There are so many good books waiting to be read, but this is not one of them! James Koenig. Unlike some books that take pages to draw you in, this one captures your attention immediately.

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There is some cryptic vocabulary, but you are intrigued to discover what is being described. The narrative is simple, conversational with not too many characters to follow.

The overshadowing ideas within the story are shrouded, yet slowly become clearer. The author has offered much to contemplate. I haven't hated a book this much for a long, long time. Firstly, what a horrible premise for a story. Positive Messages Many of the characters have real affection for one another and develop close relationships in spite of their bleak prospects. The novel also places a high value on artistic creativity as a sign of humanity. Despite the fact that her closest girlfriend, Ruth, often lies and manipulates people, Kathy always tries to see Ruth's point of view, and she is kind to the volatile Tommy even when he is ostracized by most other students.

Miss Lucy wants to reveal more information to her students because she believes this is most fair to them. Miss Emily and Madame care a great deal about the students' quality of life. Violence Tommy is emotionally on edge and throws temper tantrums during which he screams and swears at other kids who tease him.

Sex Characters talk a lot about having sex, and it is mentioned that some couples have sex. One guardian educates her students about the mechanics of sexual intercourse, and encourages her students not to become sexually involved unless it is with someone with whom they feel emotionally connected.

In one scene, a woman briefly describes masturbating her boyfriend.

There are frequent, exhaustive medical check-ups. Smoking is a real crime, because of the way it can damage your body.

Yet despite the care lavished on them, their world has a puzzlingly second-hand feel. Everything they own is junk. Teaching aids are rudimentary. Sometimes you get the feeling they're being taken care of on the cheap. In fact, they are; and their fear of the woods reflects, in a distorted but fundamentally accurate way, their fate. They're organ donors, cloned to be broken up piecemeal for spares. The purpose of Hailsham is to prepare them for their future - to help instal the powerful mechanisms of self-repression and denial that will keep them steady and dependable from one donation to the next.

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Ruth is the controlling one, Tommy is the one who used to find it hard to keep his temper: they hope that love will save them. They've heard that love - or art, or both - will get you a deferral. Kathy - well, Kathy is a carer by nature as well as profession: she watches her friends break themselves against the inevitable, but never lets them go.

After Hailsham, they grow from puzzled children to confused young adults. They live in a prolonged limbo, waiting for the call to donate. They're free to wander. They write essays, continue with their artwork, learn to drive, roam Britain looking for their "possibles" - the real human beings they might have been cloned from. Their lack of understanding of the world is funny and touching.Periodically a woman known to the children only as Madame, comes to Hailsham to select works of art which leads the children to believe their work is placed in a special gallery.

Kathy develops a close friendship with two other students, Ruth and Tommy. It's a fact that anonymity covers a multitude of sins.

Maybe because I talk like that, and get off into tangents and anecdotes. Popular Features. About Kazuo Ishiguro. Everything about this narrator's world was odd and had a obvious disturbing vibe to it. Tommy — A male donor, and a friend of Kathy's. View all 15 comments. Look, if you can tweak it, you know, think about my idea for a second, set it on Animal Farm, make it about cloning pigs, so they can grow body parts for other pigs or something… K:

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