A review by epilieaspiechick
Klara and the Sun, by Kazuo Ishiguro

4.0

I'm always happy to read Kazuo Ishiguro! He has such an interesting perspective that he lets shine through his works. In this one, the focus is on artificial intelligence.

I was surprised at how much Klara felt human with the way she interacted with others. She may be artificial, but she has such an appreciation for the world through her observational talents. It's intriguing to see how the AF ended up almost turning the sun into a god in it's own way.

The ending wasn't what I expected, but it was satisfying enough.