Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro · Book review

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Left slightly confused by some inconsistencies - seems like the donors at the hospital / recovery centres weren't treated as poorly as you would expect, considering that the Madame / Miss Emily mentioned how badly the students at other schools were being treated. Wonder if each patient getting their own room, carer etc. is cost-effective. Is raising the children in schools really cost-effective either? Allowing the donor adults to live alone after high school also runs the risk of them getting into drugs etc. that could ruin their organs too.

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