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I read this book in one non-stop sitting because I quite literally could NOT put it down. It felt like I barely blinked or stopped to breathe because I was flipping the pages so fast! It was sweet and romantic, heart-breaking and painful, angsty as all freaking hell, and really just a gorgeous story of undying love!! I loved it! Tragically, one of them makes it to safety, but the other is left behind. Though the connection between them is fierce, bitter regret, simmering rage, and a tangle of physical and emotional scars lie between them, just as dangerous as the white water of the Shenandoah.
Up to you. Holy shit!!! It gets worse. You find out later on that she poked a hole in the condom and got herself pregnant on purpose.
At least for now. They never actually break up. He just sleeps separately — essentially sacrificing his happiness for his unborn child. They never break up. Holden never gets back together with and never has feelings for Gemma.
He always and only loves Griselda. The situation with his child is taken care of beautifully. And there is a gorgeously happy ending and beautiful epilogue.
My arms. My chest. My eyes. My head. There is only you for me. Everything they went through, things that could so easily have torn them apart, in the end just brought them closer together.
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From the winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature and author of the Booker Prize—winning novel The Remains of the Day comes a devastating novel of innocence, knowledge, and loss. As he matures, Tommy becomes a young man who is generally calm and thoughtful.
Ruth — A female donor from Hailsham, described by Kathy as bossy. At the start of the novel, she is an extrovert with strong opinions and appears to be the center of social activity in her cohort; however, she is not as confident as the narrator initially perceived.
She had hope for her future, but her hopes are crushed as she realises that she was born to be a donor and has no other future.
At the Cottages, Ruth undergoes a transformation to become a more aware, thoughtful person who thinks about things in depth. She is constantly trying to fit in and be mature, repudiating things from her past if she perceives those things will negatively affect her image.
She threw away her entire collection of art by fellow students, once her prized possessions, because she sensed that the older kids at The Cottages looked down on it. She becomes an adult who is deeply unhappy and regretful. Ruth eventually gives up on all of her hopes and dreams, and tries to help Kathy and Tommy have a better life.
Madame Marie-Claude — A woman who visits Hailsham to pick up the children's artwork. Described as a mystery by the students at Hailsham. She acts professional and stern, and a young Kathy describes her as distant and forbidding.
When the children decide to play a prank on her and swarm around her to see what she will do, they are shocked to discover that she seems disgusted by them.
In a different circumstance, she silently watches Kathy dance to a song called "Never Let Me Go" and weeps at the sight.
The two do not talk about it until years later; while Kathy interpreted the song's meaning as a woman who cannot have a baby, Madame wept at the thought of clones not being permitted to live long, happy and healthy lives as humans do.
Miss Emily — Headmistress of Hailsham. Can be very sharp, according to Kathy. The children thought she had an extra sense in that allowed her to know where a child was if he or she was hiding. Miss Lucy — A teacher at Hailsham that the children feel comfortable with.
She is one of the younger teachers at Hailsham, and tells the students very frankly that they exist only for organ donation. She feels a lot of stress while at Hailsham and is fired for what she tells the students. Chrissie — Another female donor, who is slightly older than the three main characters and was with them at the Cottages. She and her boyfriend, Rodney, were the ones who found Ruth's possible i. She completes i. Rodney — Chrissie's boyfriend, he was the one who originally saw Ruth's possible.
He and Chrissie are mentioned to have broken up before she completed.
Reception[ edit ] Critics disagree over the genre of the novel. Writing for The New Yorker , Louis Menand describes the novel as 'quasi-science-fiction', saying, 'even after the secrets have been revealed, there are still a lot of holes in the story [