The kite runner. Home · The kite runner Author: Hosseini Khaled DOWNLOAD EPUB Khaled Hosseini's The Kite Runner (Bloom's Guides). Read more. The first of the defeated kites whirled out of control. They fell from the sky like shooting stars with brilliant, rippling tails, showering the neighbourhood. Amir and. The three most loved books of Khaled Hosseini 1. The Kite Runner 2. And the mountains echoed 3. The Thousand splendid suns. Identifier.
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The two are inseparable, and when twelve-year-old Amir is desperate to win the local kite-fighting tournament, his loyal friend promises to help him. But neither boy can predict what will happen to Hassan that afternoon — as the kites soar over the city — and how it will change their lives forever.
He asks a favor of Amir but first decides to tell him about his old friend, Hassan. Hassan and his wife had a child, a boy named Sohrab, and Rahim had convinced the family to come live with him in Kabul.
On a trip to Pakistan for medical treatment, Rahim received a call from a neighbor saying that the Taliban had arrived at the house and shot Hassan and his wife. With his parents dead, the young Sohrab was sent to live in an orphanage. Rahim asks Amir that he go to Kabul to find Sohrab and bring him back to Pakistan where he can live safely with a family that will care for him. Amir agrees and heads to Kabul to find Sohrab in the orphanage that he was growing up in.
Amir does eventually find Sohrab after searching around Kabul, but not before he encounters old enemies and suffers a beating. The novel provides a dark look into the hardships endured by families living in Soviet and Taliban occupied Afghanistan. The development of emotional attachment to the characters is unavoidable, and will likely leave you gasping in awe at the atrocities perpetrated during the novel.
While the general tone of the novel is shocking, you will find yourself cheering for the protagonist during the progression of the story.
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