Being a great fan of Dystopian novels, I really looked forward to reading Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro.
As the story unravels, and the appalling truth in revealed, I found one of the most striking, or best parts of the story, just how they had accepted their fate. It's not very easy to explain, cause obviously it's not a good idea of solving donor-shortage, but I like to read a book sometimes that isn't about this one-kickass-person-starting-a-revolution.
This being said, there were other aspects I didn't really like, like the narrative. It's as if Kathy is talking to you, rather than writing, which in itself is no problem at all, but she is (apparently) so full of self-doubt that there are way to many 'I think she did this because ..., but then of course I could be wrong'. Hated it. Or 'If only we had known than what we know now', which looses its charm after about 5 times.
But besides that stylistic comment, I liked to read it and believed some passages to be very beautiful.