November round-up

November was a weird month. I read a lot more than in October, mostly to escape what was happening in my family, for the first time in a while I actually consciously searched for an escape in books. As always reliable friends they helped me, even if my reading was less patient than usually and …

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Never Let Me Go – Kazuo Ishiguro

Last year I read and loved Remains of the Day, my first book by Ishiguro, so I knew at some point I'll reach for his other books. As he recently won Nobel prize in literature every bookshop has all of his books on display, I picked Never Let Me Go, probably because the title sounded …

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Remains of the Day – Kazuo Ishiguro – Quotes

As you might expect, I did not take Mr Farraday’s suggestion at all seriously that afternoon, regarding it as just another instance of an American gentleman’s unfamiliarity with what was and what was not commonly done in England. Over the following days, however, I came to learn not to be surprised by such remarks from …

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