A review by efram
Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro


Never Let Me Go's rate of three stars portrays my cautious and restrained recommendation of the novel. The story will start as engaging as an anime, will transition into an author's special touch, and will end with a brilliant question. My high recommendation is for young adult readers who desire a more scientific twist - something new. I will totally not recommend this to children and also to those readers who are impatient.

The strengths of the book are its decent and comfortable writing technique, diversified characterization, an underlying truth reflecting the modern society, and the exquisite usage of a thought-generating conclusion. While its weakness are its lengthy and quite irrelevant passages employing sensual scenes to further fulfill existence value and the abrupt and truly inadequate emphasis on the argument that formed its brilliance.