Category Archives: Kazuo Ishiguro

An unexpected treasure: ‘The Buried Giant’ by Kazuo Ishiguro (2015)

One of the things I most admire about Kazuo Ishiguro is the way he writes novels of different genres without any self-conscious literary games.  I love ‘The Remains of  the Day,’ a haunting historical novel set in a large country … Continue reading

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Books vs Films

I’m very clear about how I spend my free time; I like watching films, but I love reading books.  This means that I can be very hard to please when it comes to literary adaptations on the big (or even … Continue reading

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‘Never Let Me Go’ by Kazou Ishiguro (2005)

‘Never Let Me Go’ is an imaginative story with an excellent title; the kind of title that is simply crying out for didactic reviews: ‘this is a novel which will haunt you – you’ll never be able to let it … Continue reading

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