Book Review : The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

Amir and Hassan are young men who bring together many days, but something shares them. It was a difference in the class, as Amir was a rich Pashtun boy, but Hassan was his servant son. Asseef, a tyrant, often Mock-Amir to celebrate friends with a servant boy, but Hassan always protects the Amir from bullying.

In the local Kite Drop League runs Amir and Hassan to catch the last cut. He managed, but was arrested by his Asseef and the gang. They beat him and then raped him. Amir saw all that, but too scared to save Hassan. That’s what he can not forgive himself, but many years later he has the opportunity to revoke himself. But can he hold against the brutality he sees this time? A great story that discovers family secrets and longer friends will in any case touch this novel.

What was the old saying about bad penny? MY past was like that, always turning up.

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Reviews I read of the book before I wrote it myself confirmed that the story is a fictional blend of love, sacrifice, and friendship, told in the setting of non-fiction events in Afghanistan in the 1970s. But I don’t think that’s enough. The story begins with the friendship between a child and the son of his servant, the little Hazara (a disadvantaged people of Afghanistan). All playing together, making their childhood worth remembering in their memories throughout their lives.There hassle free life reminds me of one line. The child should not be hasseled about there future. They should enjoy it.One shouldn’t empower there will upon them and shape there mind as the sinior’s/ parent’s will, which is absent in todays world.

Children aren’t coloring books. You don’t get to fill them with your favourite colors.

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The use of exquisite literary expression and depiction of the characters is done by the author in a lively way that I think I’m starting to connect with the story and emotion. Playing with words to dance a virtual character in your head has never felt so powerful. “Kite Runner” begins with the friendship between the children and the son of his servant, the little Hazara (a disadvantaged people of Afghanistan).

Hassan and I fed from the same breasts. We took our first steps on the same lawn in the same yard. And, under the same roof, we spoke our first words.

This book was also adopted in the movie. In the meantime, jealousy, racism, repentance, cruel societies, and terrorism create disadvantages in the lives of the two boys and place them in the galley. At this stage of the book, there are powerful incidents that will make your eyes timely, at least if you cry. Then the story is carried out through a father’s struggle, a flower of love between two young people, a display time leap to achieve someone’s success. But each and every episode of this life can convey lifelong regrets and horrifying memories. This reminds me of his cowardice and stinging like a needle every day. This regret is the essence of the story, which exposes many dark secrets of the characters. Gradually, readers fell in love with switching events to define one of the letters like a thrilling and tense movie. In the last few pages readers will be fascinated by knowing how history repeats itself. Again, the bitter depiction of the writer’s character’s emotions unknowingly sheds tears for the reader. This story is about attracting readers to the image of a character who feels pain in the eyes. Unlike other ideally happily ending stories, Hosseini in this book has kept the scent of reality all wrong until the end. Readers stay faithful to the last page and hope that the story doesn’t end soon. The whole story is tied together and evokes emotions in the reader. It definitely works like magic and overwhelms their minds. Al last, deep down on out heart, we revisit our old days.We all wanted to get back the same old days.

I dream that someday you’ll return to Kabul and revisit the land of our childhood.If you do, you’ll find an old faithful friend waiting for you.

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini

Book: The Kite Runner
Author: Khaled Hosseini
Publisher: Reaverhead Books
Year: 2003

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