The narrator of Kazuo Ishiguro's 2005 novel, Never Let Me Go, is Kathy H., who is described as a "carer." She is thirty-one and her job is to take care of people who donate their organs to those in need. The full details of her job are purposefully kept sketchy, a tactic used by the author to create mystery in this story. And Ishiguro is a master at it.
Kathy tells the story of her friends Tommy and Ruth through the means of an extended flashback. The three of them grew up in a British boarding school called Hailshain. The...
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