The kite runner pdf

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By Mohammed Hmiddouche Posted on May 21, 2021
In Category - Novel
Khaled Hosseini 2003
New York Times bestsellers debut novel that introduces unlikely friendship between a rich boy and the son of his father's servant.

The kite runner by Khaled Hosseini is a New York Times bestseller's debut novel that was introduced to millions of readers around the world. It is an unforgettable and heartbreaking story about a very unlikely friendship between a rich boy and the son of his father's servant that results in tragic events. The kite runner travels with the readers to Afghanistan in very tense and crucial moments of destruction and change. It introduces a powerful story about friendship, the power of reading, betrayal consequences, redemption, the imposed power of fathers over their sons, their lies, their love, and their sacrifices. The kite runner sold millions of copies and became a timeless, beloved, one-of-a-kind classic of literature, reaching to hearts of millions of readers. This novel will trigger your emotions, sadness, love, happiness, anger, disgust, fear, tension, shock, and more. It is astonishing in every aspect from the surprises, plot points, turning points, and it will keep you wanting more and keep turning pages. The situations, the settings, the characters, and the way everything was described were very well done. It is very relatable at the point that you start feeling what the characters feel and what one would do in those situations. The number of emotional traumas, distress, and sadness could make one cry and the author has done a brilliant job especially in the last chapters when he will blow you up with an avalanche of emotions that every two or three pages would be full with your own tears. In the end, everything jotted up very well, and you will be left with very memorizable and beautiful memories.

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