Book: Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro
This is the third Ishiguro book I’ve read, and it’s quite obvious what his writing style is now. I’m surprised he isn’t called out more for the gimicky nature of his work. Not to say it’s bad, it’s really good and I enjoyed this book.
The characters, as usual for Ishiguro, are immaculately done. I found them a lot easier to like than in “The Remains of the Day”. Although, I didn’t like it as much as “Never Let Me Go”, although that would be a hard one to beat.