Book Review: The Kite Runner


A book which will engross you in thinking amidst yet beyond the boundaries of emotions withering as well as recollecting at the same time. The character specification and individualization compels the thought of life stream and differences in living to be seen in varied parts of the world.

Amir, the son of a wealthy Kabul merchant, a member of the ruling caste of Pashtuns Hassan, on the other hand, a servant and a friend beyond words, is a Hazara a penniless and poor class.

The plot circulates the threads connecting mesmerizing corners of friendship, the slaughter, betrayal, powers and the bond which made the friend revisit the land after bidding a Goodbye of never-to-return-back, long ago.

The times when destruction engulfs the authority to rule is also the time when an emotion starts to test the invincible.

Swatii Chandak



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