Hosseini, Khaled

The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini

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“The Kite Runner” is a novel written by Khaled Hosseini, an Afghan-American author. It was published in 2003 and became an international bestseller, receiving critical acclaim for its powerful storytelling and exploration of themes such as guilt, redemption, friendship, and the impact of political turmoil on personal lives.

Set in Kabul, Afghanistan, “The Kite Runner” follows the life of Amir, a young boy from a privileged background, and his close friend Hassan, who belongs to a marginalized ethnic group. The story unfolds against the backdrop of the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, the subsequent civil war, and the rise of the Taliban regime.

Amir and Hassan share a deep bond, but their friendship is tested by personal betrayals and the events surrounding them. The novel explores the consequences of Amir’s actions, his search for redemption, and his journey to confront the ghosts of the past.

Hosseini’s writing is known for its evocative descriptions and emotional depth. He portrays the intricate relationships and complex emotions of his characters, capturing the essence of Afghan culture and society while addressing universal themes of love, loyalty, and the pursuit of personal and moral growth.

“The Kite Runner” received widespread acclaim for its compelling narrative and its portrayal of the human capacity for both cruelty and compassion. It has been praised for its vivid depiction of Afghanistan’s history and culture, shedding light on the country’s complex social dynamics.

The novel’s success led to its adaptation into a film in 2007, further expanding its reach and impact. “The Kite Runner” remains a significant work in contemporary literature, offering a poignant exploration of personal and societal transformation amidst the backdrop of a troubled nation.

52 reviews for The Kite Runner By Khaled Hosseini

  1. Suresh Balakrishnan (Verified Purchase)

    In this book there is proper description how native of Afghan suffered during the rule of Taliban. Women’s were not allowed to work, even they were widow. People lost their home, children lost their parents. They didn’t suffer physically because of starvation, cruelty but mentally as well.

  2. Jothi Prasad (Verified Purchase)

    Kite runner , a book with full of emotional roller coster , it has everything happiness, a loyal friendship, betrayal, separation, cowardice.

  3. vaibhav sontakke (Verified Purchase)

    The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is one of the most heartbreaking books I have ever read. I re-read it a few days back and I was pained as much as I was when I read it for the first time.

  4. Rajesh N (Verified Purchase)

    The Book is an genuine print and not a duplicate or copy, you can go for it.

  5. Nijin Narayanan (Verified Purchase)

    One of very few books that made me actually tear up.

    Nice paper quality and everything.

    But seriously, you need to have some tissues around if you’re planning to start this.

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