“For you, a thousand times over.” And with that, I was crying.
During my journey to The Kite runner, I had fits of emotions, I cried for Hassan, I felt sorry for Amir, I thrilled during Kite chasing, I cherished what Hassan and Baba did to Amir, Wept when read Hassan’s letters to Amir, Eager during my journey to Kabul, Thunderstruck when I’m done this book. And now I am confused when I want to make a review.
I believe, I am not worthy to ‘review’ this book. The Kite Runner is beyond reviews.
It’s heartbreaking and life-changing and simply one of the best books I’ve ever read. And I am NOT exaggerating.
The story expresses human emotions in the face of tragedies. The protagonist, Amir is the exemplary of Human nature. Same like Amir we consider ourselves “good’, we wish to help, to speak up, but we flop to do anything about it, our fear of punishment stops us.
The author is incredibly descriptive and maintains the reader’s interest throughout the book.
I hold this book in high regards, and recommend it to anyone.