Kathy, a clone about to donate all her organs and die, reflects on her past about her school and the friends she made over there. Ishiguro explores what it means to have a soul and how art distinguishes man from other life forms. But above all, *Never Let Me Go* is a study of friendship and the bonds we form which make or break while we come of age.
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This was not just a science fiction, it was a cry, a cry for help, a cry for acknowledgement. It is undoubtedly, one of the best books I have ever read in my entire lifetime so far.
For some reason starting almost every important story with “Oh, but wait, I need to tell you something before I do that” got annoying and I found myself skipping paragraphs. Otherwise, great work by great author.