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Klara and the sun

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Ishiguro, Kazuo
Rating:
5
5
This is a touching and contemplative novel about artificial intelligence and human identity written with Ishigoro’s trademark subtlety and precision. The characters are relatable and full of unexpected depths, especially the narrator Klara, a perceptive and likeable robot who serves as an Artificial Friend. Although the narrative can feel slow-moving, it exerts an undeniable pull and you’ll feel yourself borne away on its current, like a paper boat on a sunlit stream.
Meghan Casey (Staff) (Queen's Square Library)
26/08/21