About Don’t Let Me Go is a poignant book that is rightfully included in the list of the 100 best English novels of all time. Its author is a Japanese-born, graduate of Malcolm Bradbury’s literary seminar and winner of the Booker Prize for the novel Remains of the Day. Thirty-year-old Katie recalls her childhood at the privileged Hailsham school, full of strange omissions, half-hearted revelations and hidden threats. This is a parable novel. This is a story of love, friendship and memory. This is the ultimate reification of the «serve with all life» metaphor. It is also a parable novel about the present and the past, causing emotional confusion and pain. Pain that will heal, but will stay with you long after reading. Screened in 2010.