Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro
Many people will know the film version starring Carey Mulligan and Andrew Garfield of this Ishiguro novel. I remember seeing trailers for this and being struck, and immediately clicked onto Amazon and ordered it. It did not disappoint. Set in a dystopian Earth where children are brought up to be organ donors, the narrative is gorgeously different and Ishiguro’s style kept me turning page after page. I remember crying throughout and being thoroughly disappointed when it had ended, purely for the fact it was over and I had nothing left to read. A beautifully clever novel.
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