I read it its a real good book kind of made me re think what I thought about afghanistan not that I thought anything racist or anything anyway. You should read it.
I dont know about the book but i have seen the movie!
Yes. The book is the best book I've read and the movie, it made me cry at the end.
"For you, a thousand times over"
“When you kill a man, you steal a life. You steal his wife's right to a husband, rob his children of a father. When you tell a lie, you steal someone's right to the truth. When you cheat, you steal the right to fairness"
it is a great book.
If you need a summary:
The Kite Runner is the story of a young boy, Amir, struggling to establish a closer rapport with his father and coping with memories of a haunting childhood event. The novel is set in Afghanistan, from the fall of the monarchy until the collapse of the Taliban regime, and in the San Francisco Bay Area, specifically in Fremont, California. Its many themes include ethnic tensions between the Hazara and the Pashtun in Afghanistan, and the immigrant experiences of Amir and his father in the United States. The novel was the number three best seller for 2005 in the United States, according to Nielsen BookScan. The Kite Runner was also produced as an audiobook read by the author. The Kite Runner has been adapted into a film of the same name released in December, 2007. Hosseini made a cameo appearance towards the end of the movie as a bystander when Amir buys a kite which he later flies with Sohrab.
And you can read it online for free, if you wish
Yes...written by Khaled Hossaini. I read it couple of times....still made me cry
Yeap .. i know.. i think dere's movie in same name too ..
it was Hosseini 's 1st novel ...
i've read and watched it too...heartbreaking....tsk.tsk.tsk.
Yes I have read it and seen the movie. So sad, but good.