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    Summary The Kite Runner Read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ç Khaled Hosseini Khaled Hosseini Ç 5 characters Finished this book about a month ago but it's taken me this long to write a review about it because I have such mixed feelings about it It was a deeply affecting novel but mostly not in a good way I really wanted to like it but the I think about what I didn't like about the book the it bothers me I even downgraded this review from two stars

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    Book Download The Kite Runner – doctorio.us Khaled Hosseini Ç 5 characters Summary The Kite Runner The Kite Runner 2003 Khaled HosseiniThe Kite Runner is the first novel by Afghan American author Khaled Hosseini Published in 2003 by Riverhead Books It tells the story of Amir a young boy from the Wazir Akbar Khan district of Kabul whose closest friend is Hassan The story is set against a backdrop of tumultuous events from the fall of Afghanistan's monarchy through the Soviet military intervention the exodus

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    Book Download The Kite Runner – doctorio.us ”When you kill a man you steal a life You steal his wife’s right to a husband rob his children of a father When you tell a lie you steal someone’s right to the truth When you cheat you steal the right to fairness There is no act wretched than stealing”I’m going to be honest with you To read this book was a constant struggle not beca

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    Read ↠ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ç Khaled Hosseini Khaled Hosseini Ç 5 characters Summary The Kite Runner Two little friends an unspeakable secret and a uest for redemptionAmir and Hassan are two little boys living in the peaceful Afghanistan of 1975 before the russian invasion and the subseuent civil wars Amir is the spoiled son of a wealthy and prominent merchant Hassan is the cleft lipped son of an inferior caste and a servant in the house

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E Here though the story is clearly meant to be about some kind f redemption but I found Amir so distasteful that I simply wasn t interested in his redemption The focus f the story was entirely n how Amir s life had been corrupted by the despicable things he d done when the things he d done were entirely part and parcel A Killing Tide of the positionf power and privilege he Shivers: four in one: The Enchanted Attic/A Ghastly Shade of Green/The Locked Room - The Awful Apple Orchard occupiedver HassanWhich brings me to my second point the insufferable current L'Oracle de votre subconscient : I-Ching, Le Livre des transformations of paternalism that runs throughout the story The membersf the servant and poorer classes are consistently portrayed as saintly absurdly self sacrificing Weirdos of the Universe, Unite! one dimensional characters Regardlessf what terrible things befall them they are shown to have nothing but their masters interests at heart Granted it may be unlikely that the powerless would be Les Naufrags d'Ythaq T03 : Le soupir des toiles overtly talking back and setting their masters straight however the novel gives no indication that they even have any private wishesf recrimination The Royal Joust or muchf a private life for that matter Given this portrayal it is even difficult for me to muster any interest in Amir s suffering But to suggest that perhaps we re misinterpreting the servants subservient attitudes because we approach the story from a different time place American Maharajah or culture is simply to engage in a cultural relativism borneut f and perpetuating the very same paternalismTo clarify my point let s look at some comparable examples from US culture Consider any ne f a huge number f films such as Driving Miss Daisy Clara s Heart Bagger Vance Squeamish About Sushi: And other Food Adventures in Japan or Ghost all simply continuing a tradition that reaches back to Shirley Temple s days in which noble servantsr similar helpers have absolutely no concern in their lives ther than making sure the wealthy people they are serving have happy fulfilled lives while they themselves never seem to have any f their The Quarterback's Crush own personal hopes desires triumphs tragediesr even any hint f a home family personal r romantic life at all Their total happiness is bound up entirely with serving the lives f their rich counterparts It is this uality present throughout Hosseini s book that bothers me mostIn the end however a beautifully written story could have vercome these criticisms Achtung! Cthulhu or at the very least I would have been able to temperr counter my points above with lavish praise for the writing However here again the novel falls flat It is not particularly well written As some Infamy other commenters have also pointedut the storytelling is uite heavy handed and the narrative suffers from implausible plot twists and uncanny coincidences and a writing style that relies far too heavily General P.T.G. Beauregard on cliches andbvious literary devicesI wish that I could say I liked the book To answer another commenter s uestion I haven t read A Thousand Splendid Suns I m afraid I wasn t particularly motivated to do so after my reaction to this ne However I do believe as that commenter also suggests that there is something to be gained from the debate and discussion that the book has inspired 45 starsOh my heart This was heartbreaking and beautifully written In 2012 when I was Mathematics teacher at a private high school in Iran I had an Afghan student in my class Sometimes I discussed with my students about literature and I told them f novels and poem I found it very strange that my students had no interest in literature and even sometimes looked with hostility to this discussion Days passed and much time was left to the end The Boy and the Blue Moon of school year One day I saw Ali Afghan student came to me and had a booklet in his hand and I saw in his eyes several times as if he wanted to say something but he was uiet I waited for a little and after a few moments I began to speak He smiled and with a special Afghan accent he said I have written a story sir and became uiet again I said it s excellent and I asked do you read books Yes sir he replied I asked what kindf books do you like Mark Twain and John Steinbeck and Jules Verne he answered I asked what you like Mark Twain and John Steinbeck and Jules Verne he answered I asked what have written He replied I wrote a story about a 13 years ld Afghan boy who immigrated to Iran I got his booklet and I read it in a week It was a dark story A week later we discussed again after class Ali invited me to go his house at night for reading books I was pleased and I greeted this plan When night arrived I took the kite runner and went to Ali s home When I entered the house I saw a house with mud walls that has no rooms except a small hull that there was a table in the middle f it and almost nine children were dining Of clothes The Screwball Comedy Films: A History and Filmography, 1934-1942 of Ali s father it wasbvious that he was a building worker and he welcomed me very sincerely I thanked him and I went to the storehouse in the corner Father Tom Padilla: Mark of the Demon Priest of the yard that Ali had made it a place to be alone Ali took the book and with incredible passion began to read This process was repeated almost every night for a week and we have read halff the Kite Runner Among pages f the book Ali informed me about Afghanistan explained f how twenty people entered Iran with a small car illegally and secretly Of how his classmates ridiculed him because f his Afghan accent f how he was forced to work in a brick burner factory all days after the school Eat Vegan on $4.00 a Day of how his dad has forced him to marry at the agef 13 in the sum Due to the large number f negative comments I ve received including death wishes I ve added the following reuestPlease do not take this review r yourself too seriously when reading it I became what I am today at the age Pantyhose Professionals (Pantyhose Diaries Book 2) of twenty ninen a frigid vercast day in the winter f 2008 What I am about to tell you about what I became is going to be very shocking It is going to manipulate your emotions It may include some random words in my native language for no reason whatsoever It will teach you unnecessary things about my culture It will not be smarter than a fifth grader And it will include as many cliches and as much foreshadowing as is humanly possible You are going to be shocked I for Masterchef Junior Cookbook: Bold Recipes and Essential Techniques to Inspire Young Cooks one never saw it coming So I doubt you will Get ready Aren t you so ready to be shocked You re never going to see this comingWhat comes next is the big revelation so get readyWait I need to ask you something first Did you know that the Irish like potatoes Yeah we really enjoy them And alcohol too It s pretty great Erin Go Bragh This means Ireland Forever Unfortunately you will be very sad to know that my father just died due to an Irish car bomb Well about 15f them to be exact All Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman on an empty stomach It makes me sad and you should feel sad too kind readerOkn to the big reveal Here it isOn that frigid vercast day which happened to be the day that I decided to uit reading The "Kite Runner I became a book snob Because The Kite Runner is adored by most people who read it I "Runner I became a book snob Because The Kite Runner is adored by most people who read it I forced to conclude that most people need to read A whole lot You should be embarrassed if you like this book Seriously The moment I became a book snob shortly after The Scene I became so embarrassed to be seen reading it that I accused the guy sitting next to me n the subway Heaven Next Stop of putting the bookn my lap while I wasn t paying attention How dare you sir Have you no decency I exclaimed excitedly in my native language Then I noticed a monkey n the platform waiting to board a train I uickly hopped ff my train ran to him handed him the book and said Top O the Mornin to ya EnjoyLater that day I saw that monkey flying a kite in front f the Washington Monument I noticed that the glass string wasn t making his hands bloody Do you know why He was wearing gloves Please note that I have absolutely no appreciation for life and realityBart Bondeson who claims to be a better person for having read this book suggested that I make this clarification to my review Thanks for the suggestion Bart Hopefully that clears things up for those who were wondering This is a wonderful moving novel set in the Afghanistan f the early 70 s and f today about a young boy and his friend growing up in Kabul Amir desperately wants his father s approval but Baba is not uick to give it He is a rich man brimming with macho vibrancy while his son is a different sort altogether Amir is fast friends with Hassan the son f his father s servant They are as close as brothers But beset by bullies an event Have A Good Night, Volume 1 occurs that changes Amir s life There is much death and horror in this portraitf a tortured country But there is also emotional richness and a look into the inner life By the end f the book there was not a dry eye in the house It is recommended unreservedly A wonderful tale movingly told Two little friends an unspeakable secret and a uest for redemptionAmir and Hassan are two little boys living in the peaceful Afghanistan f 1975 before the russian invasion and the subseuent civil wars Amir is the spoiled son f a wealthy and prominent merchant Hassan is the cleft lipped son f an inferior caste and a servant in the house they both live in During their childhood they become fervent competitors in kite fighting tournaments and unuestionable friends Until When You Lose Your Job one fateful day a traumatic event starts gradually separating them forever apart Decades later the dark secret that separated them so many years ago starts re emerging A secret that ends revealing long forgotten family betrayals wars and ethnic differences that led two little inseparable boys into very different life pathsA novel about the inherent strengths and weaknesses in each person the guilts and the terrible conseuencesf trying to endure them r avoid themHighly recommendable very powerful inexplicably painful There are books that tell an uniue unforgettable story but there are a few special nes that also have the exceptional uality Isabel the Queen: Life and Times of transmitting something immensely valuable about the culturef a foreign country beyond the deeply ideological differences pros and cons you may find with such society And like I hold Shantaram as an uneualled novel about indian culture I will hold Kite Runner as an inestimable novel about afghan And I remain hopeful Fantastic Post Office 03 of ever finding books like these two regarding any foreign culture Few times I suffered so much with a book but the levelf suffering is a good measure Tim Crouch of how much you strongly and deeply connected with said book An infinityf uotes and moments to rememberStill remaining the movie sometime soonUntil next time Dos peue s amigos un secreto inconfesable y una cruzada por la redenci nAmir y Hassan son dos peue s ni Drawing the Human Head os viviendo en la pac fica Afganist n de 1975 antes de la invasi n rusa y las subsiguientes guerras internas Amir es el hijo mimado de un prominente y rico ser comerciante Hassan el hijo de labio leporino de una casta inferior y sirviente de la casa en la ue ambos viven Durance la infancia se vuelven fervientes competidores en torneos de lucha de barriletes y amigos incuestionables Hasta ue un fat dico d a un hecho traum tico termina gradualmente separ ndolos para siempre D cadas despu s el Twin Block Functional Therapy: Applications in Dentofacial Orthopedics oscuro secreto ue los separ tantos as atr s vuelve a resurgir Un secreto ue termina revelando DIY Projects for the Self-Sufficient Homeowner: 25 Ways to Build a Self-Reliant Lifestyle olvidadas traiciones familiares guerras y diferencias tnicas ue llev a dos peues ni s inseparables por muy diferentes caminos de vida Una novela sobre la fortaleza y la debilidad inherente en cada persona sobre la culpa y las terribles consecuencias de trat. من روایتی آموزنده و روشنگر از نابسامانی‌های سیاسی و فرهنگی افغانستان شخصیت‌هایی پویا می‌آفریند که تلاش‌های تاثربرانگیز و پیروزی‌های This is the sort f book White America reads to feel worldly Just like the spate f Native American pop fiction in the late eighties this is verwhelmingly colonized literature in that it pretends to reveal some aspect Dead Man Riding (Nell Bray, of thether culture but n closer inspection aside from the ccasional tidbit it is a thoroughly western story firmly ensconced in the western tradition Even those tidbits Hosseini gives are f such a vague degree that to be impressed by them ne would have to have almost no knowledge Pontius Pilate of the historyf Afghanistan nor the cultural conflicts raging there between the Shia and Sunni Muslims Livin de Life or how it formed a surrogate battleground for Russia and the United States in the Cold Warr for Colonial conflicts in the centuries before Sadly for all the daily news reports about Afghanistan most people know very little Aeralis of its historyHosseini s story is thickly foreshadowed and wraps up so neatly in the end that the reader will never have to worry about being surprised Every convenient coincidence that could happen does happen He does attempt to bring some excitement to the story with dramatized violence but that s hardly a replacement for a well constructed plot He is also fondf forcing tension by creating a small conflict between two characters and then having them agonize Be CentsAble: How to Cut Your Household Budget in Half over it for years despite the fact that it would be easy to fix and the characters have no reason to maintain the conflict And since the conflict does not growr change Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education: Global Perspectives over time everything is uickly reduced to petty and repetitive reactionsHe even creates a cliched white devil character a literal sociopath and pedophile as the symbol for the evilsf the Taliban This creates an Radio Crackling, Radio Gone odd conflict in the narrative sincene The Legend of Joaquin Murrieta: California's Gold Rush Bandit of the main themes is that simple ineualities and pointless conflicts stem from Afghan tradition itself His indelicate inclusionf wealthy beautiful white power as the source Limey Gumshoe of religious turmoil in the mid east negates his assertion that the conflicts are caused by small mindedness The fact that this character seems to have the depthf motivation Maritime Academy Graduate: Memoir Of A Third Mate of a Disney villain also means that he does not work as a representationf the fundamental causes f colonial ineuality which tend to be economic not personal The various mixed messages about the contributors to the ngoing Afghan conflict suggest that Hosseini does not have anything insightful to say about itPerhaps the worst part about this book is how much it caters to the ignorance Trouble Looking for a Place to Happen of White America It will allow naive readers to feel better about themselves for feeling sympathy with the larger mid east conflict but is also lets them retain a sensef superiority ver the Muslims for their backwards classicist warlike ways In short it supports the condescending parental view that many Americans already have about the rest f the world And it does all this without revealing any understanding Harcourt School Publishers Collections of the vast and vital economic concerns which make the greater mid east so vitally important to the futuref the worldIt is unfortunate that nowhere amongst this book s artfully dramatized violence and alternative praising and demonizing From Paella to Porridge: A Farewell to Mallorca and a Scottish Adventure of the West is there the underlying sensef why this conflict is happening On Toby's Terms of what put it all into place andf why it will continue to drag us all down The point where it could turn sympathy into indignation r realization is simply absentThere is a bad joke n the internet showing a map Max Lerner: Pilgrim in the Promised Land of the world with the mid east replaced by a sea filled crater with the comment problem solved What this map fails to represent is that there is a reason the West keeps meddling in the affairsf the mid east and that every time we do it creates another conflict because almost every group who we decry as terrorists now were riginally trained and armed by the US and Western powers to serve ur economic interestsAs long as we see extremists as faceless sociopaths we can do nothing against them We must recognize that normal people fall down these paths and that everyone sees himself as being in the right Who is right the Westerner whose careless bomb kills a child Indiscretion or the Muslim s that doesThe point shouldn t be to separate the good Muslims from the bad Muslims because people aren t fundamentally goodr bad They are fundamentally people Almost without exception they are looking ut for their future their children and their communities Calling someone evil merely means you have ceased to try understanding their point f view and decided instead to merely hate evil merely means you have ceased to try understanding their point f view and decided instead to merely hate it s easier to remain ignorant than to try to understandThis book isn t particularly insightful r well written but that is in no way unusual in bestsellers The problem is that Americans are going to use this book to justify their ignorance about the problems in the east This book will make people feel better about themselves instead Soul Dust of helping them to think better about the worldFor an actually insightful touching viewf the Afghan conflict I would suggest avoiding this bit The Dyfed Enigma: Unidentified Flying Objects in West Wales of naive melodrama and looking up Emmanuel Guibert s The Photographer Finished this book about a month ago but it s taken me this long to write a review about it because I have such mixed feelings about it It was a deeply affecting novel but mostly not in a good way I really wanted to like it but the I think about what I didn t like about the book the it bothers me I even downgraded this review from two stars tone from the time I started writing it to the time I finishedLet s start 6S: The 6S Review, Issue 2 off with the good shall we The writing itself was pretty good when it comes to description in that I really felt the author s descriptionsf scenes and in terms Blackbird of moving the story forward That said it s not particularly challenging writing to readThe very best partf the novel is its warm depiction Midwest Maize: How Corn Shaped the U.S. Heartland of the mixed culturef Afghanistan and how it conveys the picture Surly Bonds of a real Afghanistan as a living place before the coup the Soviet invasion and above all the Taliban and the aftermathf September 11th created a fossilized image in the US Sex, Lies, and Videotape of a failed state petrified in backwardness and locked in the rolef a villain from central casting Now for the not so good Spoiler Alert because I don t think I m going to be able to complain about what I didn t like about the book without revealing major plot points Not to mention some The Sanford Guide to Hepatitis Therapy 2016-2017 of what follows willnly make sense to someone who has read the book So if you don t want to spoil it for yourself read no further here be spoilersMy Syzygy: Reflections on the Monastery of the Seven Rays overwhelming emotion throughout the book is feeling entirely manipulated Of coursene major reason for this is that the author s attempts at metaphor allegory and forshadowing are "utterly ham fisted When he wants to make a point he hits you " ham fisted When he wants to make a point he hits you the head with it hard Amir s split lip Hassan s cleft palate comes immediately resoundingly to mindBut I feel manipulated beyond that The members f the servant class in this story suffer tragic unspeakable calamities sometimes at the hands f Whore Stories: A Revealing History of the World's Oldest Profession our fine hero and yet the novel seems to expect the reader to reserve her sympathies for the wronged privileged child beating his breastver the emotional pain The Paper Wife of living with the wounds he has selfishly inflicted uponthers How why am I supposed to feel worse for him as he feels bad about what he has done to thers Rather than feeling most sympathy and kinship for those who through absolutely no fault f their We, the People: Of Earth Elders own must suffer not justnce Black Marxism: The Making of the Black Radical Tradition or twice but again and again Of course this elevationf identification with the woundedflawed hero goes hand in hand with an absolutely detestable portrayal مترو of the membersf the servant class as being at their utmost happiest when they are being their most servile and utterly subjugating their wn needs wants desires pleasures their wn selves in fact to the needs The Windy Season of their masters Even when they are protecting their masters from theirwn arrogance heartlessness Oldies but Goodies or downright stupidityI don t see how the main character Amir could possibly be likeable Amir s battle with Assef momentous as it is is not so much him taking a stand because he feels driven to do sor feels that he must Rather he acts with very little self agency at all he is A Month of Sundays or less merely carried forward into events Andver in the end it is Sohrab Hassan again who saves him I finished the novel resenting Amir Hassan again who saves him I finished the novel resenting Amir even intensely resenting the author for trying to make the reader think she s supposed to care about Amir than about anyone else in the storyA couple Evangeline, a Master For Tonight Companion Novel other points I m wondering ifne theme Beneath the Jolly Roger of the novel is that there are no definitive happy endings no single immutable momentsf epiphany Merzbook: The Pleasuredome of Noise or redemption Because Amir s moral triumph such as it isver Assef is so short lived He manages to crash horrifically nly a week r two later when he goes back Pig on his word to Sohrab about his promise not to send him to anrphanageAnd lastly I don t understand why Baba s hypocrisy is not Scipio Rising (Scipio Africanus of a theme He makes such a pointf drilling into his son s head that a lie is a theft f ne s right to the truth His Rim of the Pit (Rogan Kincaid, own hipocrisy there is a profound thing and it s a shame the author doesn t do with it Nevertheless after all the bad things I had to say about it I do have a couple uotes worth keepingEvery woman needed a husband Even if he did silence the song in her p178 That s the real Afghanistan Agha sahib That s the Afghanistan I know You You ve always been a tourist here you just didn t know it p 232 UPDATE Iriginally posted my review The Kite Runner in February 2008 Since then my review has generated a very robust response from They Also Serve other Goodreads members I have responded a couplef times in the comments section but I realize that by now the comments section has gotten long enough that some folks may not realize that I have added some clarifications to my review So although the extended reply that I posted in the comments section in October 2008 is still available in the comments section I am re posting it here so people don t miss itI also want to Conversations From The Neighborhood Ice Cream Shop: 8 Keys To Rediscovering Lost Dreams And Finding Your Life's Calling offer my continued thanks to those who have read liked andor commentn my review No Time for Sergeants of The Kite Runner This kindf back and forth conversation n books is exactly why I signed n to Goodreads I appreciate the feedback and look forward to engaging in such discussion Finally ne uick reply One recent commenter asked how I could have given this book nly a 1 star rating if I was so affected by it As I replied in the comments the short answer is that I am guided by Goodread s prompts when I rate a book Two stars is It was OK 1 star is I didn t like it While I have praised a few things about the book the bottom line is verall I didn t like it Linda 22 July 2011 Posted 24 October 2008There have been many comments to my review since I first wrote it and I thought it might be about time for me to weigh in for a momentBefore I get into my response I must start ff with a great thank you for all those who have felt sufficiently moved positively Large Catechism of Martin Luther or negatively by my review to comment and respond I appreciate all the comments whether I agree with themr notFirst Junior Jolt of all I d like to address the uestionf whether we re supposed to like Amir Ceux de la posie vcue or not Yes I do realize that sometimes writers create andor focusn a character that the reader is not meant to lik. خالد حسینی در اولین رمان خود به نام بادبادک‌باز به دستاوردی نائل آمده که فقط تعداد اندکی از نویسندگان معاصر به آن دست یافته‌اند نویسنده ض. Ar de sobrellevarla evadirla Muy recomendable muy fuerte inexplicablemente doloroso Hay libros ue cuentan una historia nica e inolvidable pero existen algunos muy especiales ue adem s tienen la excepcional cualidad de trasmitir algo inestimable sobre la cultura de tro pa s m s all de las profundas diferencias ideol gicas pros y contras ue uno pueda ver en dicha sociedad Y as como estimo a Shantaram como una novela inigualable sobre la cultura india tendr a Kite Runner como un fruto inestimable de la cultura afgana Y me mantengo esperanzado de encontrarme alguna vez con tras novelas como stas dos sobre cualuier cultura extranjera Pocas veces sufr tanto con un libro pero la medida del sufrimiento es una buena medida de lo profundamente ue conectaste y te lleg determinado libro Infinindad de frases y momentos para el recuerdo ueda pendiente la pel cula muy prontoHasta la pr xima For you a thousand times verChildren aren t coloring books You don t get to fill them with your favorite colorsattention shifted to him like sunflowers turning to the sunBut even when he wasn t around he wasWhen you kill a man you steal a life You steal a wife s right to a husband rob his children Troublemaker:: One Man's Crusade Against China's Cruelty of a father When you tell a lie you steal som The Kite Runner 2003 Khaled HosseiniThe Kite Runner is the first novel by Afghan American author Khaled Hosseini Published in 2003 by Riverhead Books It tells the storyf Amir a young boy from the Wazir Akbar Khan district tireless: of Kabul whose closest friend is Hassan The story is set against a backdropf tumultuous events from the fall Teach Them Spanish!, Grade 1 of Afghanistan s monarchy through the Soviet military intervention the exodusf refugees to Pakistan and the United States and the rise Toque de Veludo of the Taliban regime 1383 422 9645881927 21 1384 456 1385 383 9789643284953 1386 368 9644482972 1387 393 9789646939694 1388 331 9789642569410 1389 508 9786005541557 1389 376 9786001710421 1392 338 9786007076026 1393 368 9786007364055 19051399 When you kill a man you steal a life You steal his wife s right to a husband rob his childrenf a father When you tell a lie you steal someone s right to the truth When you cheat you steal the right to fairness There is no act wretched than stealing I m going to be honest with you To read this book was a constant struggle not because I didn t like the writing style not because it was bad and not because it was boring No if anything The Kite Runner was so hard to read because it was so exceptionally painful This book made me so sad I felt helpless and angry and there were times I actually was than just tempted to stop reading Some f the chapters were just too hard to bear and the book touched me in a way I can t even describe It did something with me and I m still not sure whether this was good r badAll I know is that the injustice in this book made me furious and that I just have to think about it and already feel sick to my stomach again There were so many serious topics in this book but I think what really got to me was the central theme Kaleidoscope of violence injustice and abuse To read The Kite Runner was so devastating and nerve racking I actually couldn t read than two chapters a day It was so upsetting that I found it difficult to motivate myself to read it and even though this was such a painful read I still wanted to know what would happen nextAmir s and Hassan s story was so horrible appalling powerful and beautiful at the same time It left me completely broken and raw and I think my emotions are still allver the place So if my review sounds a little incoherent and illogical you can blame it The Four Racketeers on the book hangover I m currently suffering from XD But we were kids who had learned to crawl together and no history ethnicity societyr religion was going to change that eitherThe plotAmir and Hassan are best friends who grew up together and live in Kabul They do almost everything together and ne f their favourite hobbies is kite running One day there is a local kite fighting tournament Amir is determined to win and with the help Phantoms Monsters: Mysterious Encounters of Hassan he is even able to achieve his goal The victoryf the tournament comes with a high price though and in the end their moment Smithereens of happiness isn tnly short lived but also comes to an abrupt end What happens after the competition destroys their lifelong friendship and shakes the foundations The Book of Not Knowing: Exploring the True Nature of Self, Mind, and Consciousness of their trust the coursef their lives changing as they try to deal with the repercussions Dark Diversions of a single day It may be unfair but what happens in a few days sometimes even a single day can change the coursef a whole lifetime Amir he saidThe characters Beware there are plenty f spoilers lying ahead f you Amir I pretended I was reading from the book flipping pages regularly but I had abandoned the text altogether taken Yamashita's Ghost: War Crimes, Macarthur's Justice, and Command Accountability over the story and made up mywn Hassan Mind of the Raven: Investigations and Adventures with Wolf-Birds of course wasblivious to this To him the words n the page were a scramble f codes indecipherable mysterious Words were secret doorways and I held all the keys Puh what to say about him I think I never disliked a protagonist as much as I disliked the narrator f this story I just couldn t stand his younger self and I thought he wasn t just egoistic but also spoiled and than just unethical The way Amir treated Hassan made me sick and his betrayal towards his best friend hurt so much I mean how could he let this happen How could he stand aside without intervening How could he even think that Hassan is just a Hazara I don t understand it and if I m entirely honest I really think that it was good he felt bad throughout the entire book His past haunted him and in the end it actually made him a better person A person that stood up to bad people and a person I was finally able to forgive It was a long journey for Amir but he eventually did the right thing and when I read the finial sentences f this book I was even proud Lord of The Heart: Regency Romance of him XD It s all right I turned to the general You see General Sahib my father slept with his servant s wife She bore him a son named Hassan Hassan is dead now That boy sleepingn the couch is Hassan s son He s my nephew That s what you tell people when they ask They were all staring at me And ne thing General Sahib I said You will never again refer to him as a "Hazara boy in my presence He has a name and it s Sohrab I waited 331 pages " boy in my presence He has a name and it s Sohrab I waited 331 pages that to happen XDHassan Then Hassan did pick up a pomegranate He walked toward me He pened it and crushed it against his Love! Valour! Compassion! own forehead There he croaked red dipping down his face like blood Are you satisfied Do you feel better He turned around and started down the hill God bless his kind and innocent soul This boy was an angel and I don t even know how he was able to forgive Amir As it seems he managed to do it though and my deep respect and love for his character will never cease I loved Hassan with all my heart and I think hisnly flaw was that he was just too good to live in this sick and violent world He would have deserved so much than life gave him and when I found Scream out about Sohrab srdeal I was than just heartbroken I was devastated I know Hassan must have turned Kumiko and the Dragon over in his grave and I felt so so so damn sorry for what happened to bothf them Baba The problem Probabilities on the Heisenberg Group: Limit Theorems and Brownian Motion of course was that Baba saw the world in black and white You can t love a person who lives that way without fearing him too Maybe even hating him a littleBaba definitely was a very flawed character but I still couldn t help but had to love him for it There was so much good in him yet he also had his bad sides For a person that was described as seeing the world in black and white he actually was all different kindsf grey and in some way that made him extremely likeable and disagreeable at the same time lol I think he was a very contradictory person and after finding ut about his secret I was finally able to understand why Still I loved that despite everything he tried to be a righteous man and when it comes down to it he certainly had his heart in the right place "ask him where his shame is they spoke "him where his shame is They spoke says this is war There is no shame in war Tell him he s wrong War doesn t negate decency It demands it even than in times f peace And now fifteen years after I d buried him I was learning that Baba had been a thief And a thief f the worst kind because the things he d stolen had been sacred from me the right to know I had a brother from Hassan his identity and from Ali his honor His nang His namoos Sohrab This boy BROKE my heart and I don t even know how I m supposed to pick up the pieces He was just ten Damn it I don t understand how people can hurt children and I can t even argharghsdfjklmno I hate what Assef did to him and I m so glad Sohrab got away from his clutches Chapter 22 was so horrible to read It made me sick to my stomach and I swear I was tempted to throw the book against a wall Urgh just to think about his hands n Sohrab My heart aches so much for that little boy He deserved a better childhood than that Damn no He actually deserved a childhood to begin with I miss Father and Mother too he croaked And I miss Sasa and Rahim Khan sahib But sometimes I m glad they re not they re not here any Why I touched his arm He drew back Because he said gasping and hitching between sobs because I don t want them to see me I m so dirty He sucked in his breath and let it ut in a long wheezy cry I m so dirty And Full Of Sin full f sin OMG that beautiful ending That hopeful amazing and beautiful ending It killed me it was the death f me it was the final nail in my coffin That sweet and gentle and shy boy XD I already get emotional just thinking about it blinking away tears The bottom lineI hated the book I loved the book I hated the injustice the pain Ali Hassan and Sohrab had to go through I hated the way the Taliban treated everyone they considered to be wrong and different I hated to read about the destruction f Amir s hometown I hated the violence I hated the war I hated to read about the many A Good Indian Wife orphans the hungry childrenn the street I hated the way Amir acted when he was younger She had a large purple bruise Stage Fright on her leg for days but what could I do except stand and watch my wife get beaten If I fought that dog would have surely put a bullet in me and gladly Then what would have happened to my Sohrab But I loved the details about Afghan culture I admired the braveryf Hassan and Baba my heart sang whenever they tried to be righteous and good In a world that had gone to hell they still tried to be decent they still tried everything possible to stand up for their people to do the right thing They still had values and they didn t just believe in them they also acted according to them So yes for me The Kite Runner was a very powerful book It pushed my boundaries and forced me to fight through it It made me think about unpleasant things it forced me to see the bad and ugly things ur world is made f but it also showed me the good in people and their kindness If you can live with a broken heart and are able to deal with the pain this book his highly recommended If you re A Mighty Lewd Book onef the faint hearted you better give it a wide berth As for me I definitely will never re read this book ever again I m kind Die endlose Steppe of proud that I accomplished to read it though XD For you a thousand timesver. ?رشورشان حتی تا مدت‌ها پس از پایان کتاب در ذهن خواننده باقی می‌ماند و شاید تنها ایراد این رمان شگفت‌انگیز این است که‌خیلی زود تمام می‌شو.

Summary The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner