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Review: Kazuo Ishiguro – Klara and the Sun (2021)

8/10 Klara is a robot, an Artificial Friend (AF) whose purpose in life is to be bought to become a companion for lonely children from wealthy families. The story starts in the store where Klara stands around – sometimes in … Continue reading

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Kazuo Ishiguro – The Buried Giant (2015) Review

It is strange seeing a fantasy novel being so promoted in those standard bookstores of train stations and airports. Kazuo Ishiguro wrote a handful of affecting novels, and ten years later suddenly received the Nobel Prize in literature. So, after … Continue reading

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Kazuo Ishiguro – Never Let Me Go (2005) Review

Genre: science fiction / mainstream My rating: 9.5/10 Never Let Me Go is one of the best-known examples of the modern trend of so-called “mainstream” authors taking elements of science fiction to frame their story. The way Ishiguro crawls into … Continue reading

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