A tale of 3 friends living a predetermined life. A short life that completes in the first or maybe fourth organ donation.
- science fiction
- cloning and medical advancement
Points I have pondered on:
The world we live in is full of divides. These divisions of race, color, religion, culture, nation etc., do not only separate us physically but they also ensure that we all stay divided. The permanency of these things that keep us light years further apart from our actual distances, depends solely upon how far longer we arrogantly sustain the thought that we are more human, thus more deserving, than others.
One of the many things most of us believe in, is the existence of souls. What is the criteria for one to have a soul? Who are soulless creatures and how exactly do we deal with those categorized as such? Pardon the rhetorics, but these are serious thoughts.
Admit it, best friends can ruin your life if you let them get away with it. How Gossip Girl is that?! hahaha I thank God I don’t have to compete with any of my friends. I’m not the competitive type anyway. I rarely put border lines on friendship, there are no rules except to just be truthful.
I love the story of this book although Im not much of a fan of how it was written. First person narrations either capture my attention right away or it just cant keep me interested. I am big on first impressions. The sadness of the novel is felt immediately. Make me cherish my lifelong connections and appreciate how human I am.