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Never Let Me Go (Paperback)

by Kazuo Ishiguro

Laird Hunt Grapples with the Past: The Millions Interview 2

I don’t know how we get off this road of whiteness and onto some other. I do know that it’s real and we can’t afford abstractions when we discuss it and think about it and fight it.

The Case for Genre Fiction: A Guide to Literary Science Fiction and Fantasy 16

It isn’t all about hobbits and lions and wizards. There’s much more to explore.

Gifting the Human Body: On Karen Russell's 'Sleep Donation' and Margaret Atwood’s 'The Heart Goes Last' 0

These two sci-fi tales pose pressing ethical questions that affect us now: What motivates organ donation? How does donation work in a for-profit health care industry? What are our obligations to others and what are our rights to our organs and tissues?

The Millions Quiz: The Best Political Fiction 4

For Gordimer, a political writer was one who ruthlessly rendered social breakdown, but who also crafted characters that embodied the possibility of political upheaval and societal renewal; indeed the writer of the truly political novel must himself be driven by this possibility.

A Year in Reading: Alexander Chee 0

James Baldwin’s first novel is still as relevant as ever and as immaculately made -- line for line, the prose is a wonder.

The Implications of Artificial Intelligence: On Alex Garland's 'Ex Machina' 14

In subverting current ideas about gender, sci fi, and the thriller genre, Alex Garland delivers a film about theory of mind that is deliciously hard to read.

From Fantasy to Allegory 0

Ishiguro's 10-year Break 0

Most Anticipated: The Great 2015 Book Preview 25

At 9,000 words strong and encompassing 91 titles, this is the only 2015 book preview you will ever need.

Kazuo Ishiguro To Publish First Novel in Ten Years 0

The Journey to Planet X: Margaret Atwood's In Other Worlds 4

How many have seriously pondered Wonder Woman’s lineage to Diana the Huntress, for example? Or exactly how the superpowers and shortcomings of mythological heroes are conferred on their comic book cousins?

The Millions Interview: Nikolai Grozni on Music, Misfits, and Mythology 1

"I love the first person, in writing, in music, and in life. All great modern novels, as far as I am concerned, are in the first person."

A Year in Reading: Keith Gessen 1

I tend to read books in spurts.

Marco Roth on Kazuo Ishiguro 0

Best of the Millennium, Pros Versus Readers 85

Our distinguished panel selected 20 incredible books as their Best of the Millennium (So Far). What were our readers' favorites from the decade now coming to a close?

#10: Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro 1

This book made me cry for days.

The Lion, The Witch and Ishiguro 3

The surprise in a large part of Kazuo Ishiguro's work is that he changes the very quality of the world in some subtle but deeply alarming way.

The Prizewinners 2008/2009 8

A Year in Reading: Krin Gabbard 1

The Prizewinners Revisited 4