Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini: 2014 Blogger Challenge
Hey Lovelies. I have a book I suggest for you a thousand times over. 😉
It’s called The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini. It’s a book that is one of the top at the you should cry reading this list (I didn’t but you know, it was still extremely good!)
I started this book after reading a later novel by Hosseini. I did not
like it as much, but this one was very good.
to his father, Baba, with a good friend called Hassan. As the story continues
he grows into a man and has many trials or difficult situations in his life.
But all through it he doesn’t forget those that matter most to him: Baba and
Hassan. It’s a story of a person who battles with his own morals of good and
bad, and battles with his own cowardice or bravery; it is always hard to tell
which is which. What I find truly aspiring in this novel is how he goes about
putting these internal battles into a compelling story while still showing us
the world of Afghanistan.
But the theme that stood out to me the most was love and regret. You need to
overlook the small things and forgive, to truly be with those you love. And if
you don’t, you’ll always have your regrets. You can try to amend them, and in
the end what you really need to also do is forgive yourself. That is the message
I took away: forgiveness is always necessary, especially when you cannot
to tell you what happened, but I will say that throughout the story I was going
on a journey with Amir, his life journey. And I was constantly learning and
listening and feeling what was happening in his life. The ending was promising.
The ending was hopeful. That made me smile.
The Mountains Echoed). That is his latest one. It was alright and I don’t think
it quite reaches the standard of this one. I highly suggest this book, and hope
you enjoy it. I cannot wait until I’ve gotten the movie in my hands and see if
it matches in comparison to the book.