This was April’s book club book. I’d posted a couple times while reading that I wasn’t too enthused before & while reading. But the further into Never Let Me Go I got, the more interested I was. I got to the point that I spent most of a Sunday finishing it up. While this is not my normal style of book & I know I’d never have read it if not the book club selection, I’m glad I did. The book did make for great discussion too.

The book was in first person & set in modern day England. The diction was weird which was fitting as the main character {well all the characters} were different. I’ve read two other books since & it’s premise has definitely stuck with me.

I can’t say much without giving things away, so I’ll just say this. If you’re into the possibility of science & humans, read it. If you like books that make you think, read it.

Up next, book thoughts on Two Kisses for Maddy & Wesley the Owl. Next on the TBR pile, The Daughter’s Walk & The Irresistible Henry House.