Klara and the Sun is a lesson in human emotion. Throughout the book you're seeing the world through Klara's naive eyes. Love, motherhood, childhood, and the hard choices a family makes are all seen and interpreted through Klara's robot mind. Some things are left for the reader to interpret but everything else can be inferred from each experience. The book wraps up nicely and leaves you with a lot of messages. The one I took from it was that change is constant throughout life but you need people beside you to get through it.
I thought the book was well written but the author chose to expand and heavily detail out pointless things. Then when something impact up came along, it just felt rushed. It made reading a little tedious. Luckily it wasn't an overly long book. Definitely not my normal read but a welcome change.