The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro

The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro is not for the faint-hearted. Although the effect it has is quite out of the ordinary yet subtle. The story is the product of bold imagination and fantasy. Filled with ephemeral language and characters – the kind that takes its time to manifest – this book conveys a beautiful message.

You can take this message as a gift intimately treasured. It’s the gift of intention; the clarity of love and affection one holds for another. That unconditional and unassuming bond two people share despite their circumstances.

The Buried Gaint is a book of revelations as much as of reverie. To take on this book is to accept its underlying and delicate love for adventure, mystery, and myth. It’s the only thing standing between what you want to be real and what is real.


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