Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel, Never Let Me Go, has been re-written
I can’t remember when I first read Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel, Never Let Me Go, but I enjoyed it and was also very moved by the movie.
Someone has now written a novel based on Never Let Me Go, which is similarly dystopian in flavor, but continues the story in order to reflect upon what it means to be alive in multicultural England. It’s called, “Genome Editing: Love, Death, and Living in England” and the author is Michael Zachariah White. It’s a good read and can be purchased here on Amazon for the price of a coffee.