-Never Let Me Go, much like Hailsham, asserts that clones are human. With complex emotions and a need for social interaction, the clones have the same attributes as humans.
-Despite being the central part of an unethical system, the clones at Hailsham have a fairly regular, although regulated, life.
-Never Let Me Go has a strong focus on childish drama, encouraging the reader to empathize with the characters and see them as humans.
-This text focusses on the daily actions of the clones rather than their ultimate fate, suggesting that clones and humans are the same being stemming from different beginnings.
Never Let Me Go challenges the reader with the question of whether clones are human or not. If they look, act, feel, and socialize like humans, who's to say they are not?