Ishiguro writes deceptively simple stories. Klara and the Sun is about love and sacrifice. Its power lies in the naive yet perceptive observations of humans by the narrator Klara, an android designed to be pleasant and pliable, who views the world with wonder. Sacrifices are made for others in the name of love; most are selfish, few are selfless. The ending is deeply poignant. The layers of the book will stay with you long after finishing it.