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When we were Orphans by Kazuo Ishiguro

Christopher Banks is a successful detective in England however he has one unsolved mystery from his past to solve: the disappearance of his parents when he was a small boy living in the International Settlement in Shanghai. 235 more words


What are Friendships?


You may be able to tell that I am analysing Kazuo Ishiguro’s novel ‘Never Let Me Go’ so I’m going to be sharing with you guys my ideas and the different perspectives you can take on this  novel!  58 more words


The iWitness

They wrap around your eyes like welders’ goggles, letting in no light except what gets through the lenses, which must be half an inch thick. What you see is a murky brown blur, but  that’s OK – you’re not supposed to walk with these, so you’re unlikely to trip over anything. 434 more words

Flash Fiction

Top Ten Tuesday: Books to Change Your Mind

It’s Top Ten Tuesday Time! This week’s topic is: Books That I Feel Differently About After Time Has Passed (less love, more love, it’s complicated, indifference, etc.). 465 more words

Book Report

The Buried Giant: Kazuo Ishiguro

England, a few years after King Arthur’s death. Dragons, ogres and knights roam the land. There is a sort of peace after a fierce civil war—the opposing sides, the Britons and Saxons, coexist. 595 more words


Sleeping Dragons

Kazuo Ishiguro works a consistent theme. Even in his earliest novels, he explores the manner in which people refuse to acknowledge the reality through which they move. 956 more words


To What the Future May Hold by Olivia F.

In The Remains of the Day, the author, Kazuo Ishiguro, presents thought provoking views on mistakes and regrets of life through the main character, Stevens, and the realizations that Stevens comes to while reflecting upon his own life throughout the novel. 525 more words