Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro full audiobook
Klara and the SunFirst published 2 march 2021
Klara and the Sun is a sci-fi novel by Kazuo Ishiguro, the Nobel Prize winner in Literature. It tells the story of Klara, an Artificial Friend (AF) who is bought by a sick girl named Josie. Klara is a loyal and curious companion who observes and learns from the human world. She also has a special connection with the Sun, whom she believes can heal Josie.
I enjoyed this novel because it was touching, imaginative, and thought-provoking. The characters were realistic and complex, especially Klara, who has a unique and innocent voice. The plot was moving and surprising, with many twists and turns that kept me interested. The world-building was impressive and original, with a lot of details about the future society and its challenges. The writing style was simple and elegant, with a gentle pace and a warm tone.
I think this novel is a masterpiece by Ishiguro, because it explores the themes of love, loyalty, identity, and humanity through the eyes of an android. It is also a reflection of the current issues, such as technology, environment, and social inequality. I recommend this novel to anyone who likes sci-fi, drama, or philosophy.