The Kite Runner:Book review

The kite runner

ABOUT BOOK:

The kite runner is the first novel by Afghan-American author Khaled Hosseini. It tells about the story of Amir, a young boy from the Wazir Akbar Khan District of Kabul. Amir and Hassan are together in one home. A friendship is bonded with them. Hassan can’t read, Amir reads for hassan, they play together. One day there friendship was ended. Hassan went away from the house. Amir and his father live together. Baba and Amir escape from to Peshawar, Pakistan, and then to fermont, California. Baba begins to work at a gas station. Amir meets fellow refugee soraya taheri and her family.

Amir embarks on a successful career as a novelist. Fifteen years after his wedding. Amir receives a call from his father’s best friend Rahim Khan. Amir learns that hassan and Ali are both dead. Rahim Khan further reveals that Ali was sterile and was not hassan’s biogical father. Amir searches for sohrab. Amir tells sohrab of his plans to take him back to America and possibly adopt himsohrab refuses to interact with amor and soraya until amir reminisces about hassan and kites, shows off some of hassan’s tricks. In the end, sohrab only gives a lopsided smile, but amir takes it with all his heart….

ABOUT AUTHOR:

Khaled Hosseini

Khaled Hosseini is an Afghan-American novelist, physician, and activist. After graduation from college, he worked as a Doctor in California.

MY REVIEW:

The book tells about friendship, love, emotion everything. I enjoyed a lot. It reminds me my childhood memories with my friends. Second part was unexpected that hassan was is half brother. Suspense is little bit. Easy to read. And there is a movie called the kite runner if you are interested you can watch.

Thanks for reading…

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VAISHNAVI KADARI

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Published by Vaishnavi Kadari

I love reading books

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