Transcript for ‘Klara and the Sun’ is the March 2021 ‘GMA’ Book Club pick
It is time now to reveal our "Gma" March book club pick. I've just started reading it and know already why critics are calling it a masterpiece. Let's see what it is. there it is right there, "Klara and the sun" by Nobel prize winner, kazuo ishiguro. A moving story about empathy and the nature of love told through the eyes of Klara, an artificial friend. Here's kazuo ishiguro. Good morning, America. This is kazuo ishiguro here. Delighted that "Klara and the sun" is your "Gma" book club pick for March. Now, Klara is a little robot girl created to prevent teenagers from becoming lonely and this is a story of how she tries to save the family of humans she lives with from heartbreak. I hope you enjoy it. Oh, my gosh. I am enjoying it just having started it. You may know his other novels, "Remains of the day," "Never let me go" and "Klara and the sun" is available today. Read an excerpt on goodmorningamerica.com and as always, be sure to keep reading along with us on Instagram @gmabookclub. One line here, unforgettable narrator to explore a fundamental question, what does it mean to love? Wow. Fantastic.
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