How many of you have actually experienced a roller coaster ride? The twists, turns, which always leave you amazed and desperate to know what, will happen next. In the same way, this thrilling novel, The Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini, is very similar to a roller coaster ride, as it has a lot of complicated twists and events. And not only that, a myriad of emotions, shattered lives and the quest of self-discovery blends in beautifully in this masterpiece novel, The Kite Runner. But because of its intense content, it is potentially upsetting.
Now, If you think about it, a lot of novels are based on real situation that people go through, but out of that many, The Kite Runner will be one that will challenge your knowing about the unseen condition in Afghanistan in the past and the present. The novel mainly looks at how the main character, Amir, deals with a secret in this past and how that secret shaped who he became. It is a heart breaking, memorable story of an unlikely friendship between a wealthy boy who is a Pashtun and his father's servants' son who is a Hazara. It is a real page turner which will leave you nail biting, wanting for more and you won't will able to put it down.
When I first started this novel, I was like are you serious, but when I started I slowly got drawn into it. And if you read this novel, I am sure that the storyline will keep you so mesmerised and engaged in the story due to its boundless description that you would feel as if you are actually taking a part in the story and watching every scene take place. Trust me, it is that good. Besides, it will teach you life lessons and show how we take somethings for granted. We are so lucky that we live in this developed society, but back there, where simple rights of men and women are stolen, are they lucky enough?
Personally my most favourite and sensitive scene of the story which made me a bit emotional was at the end when Amir runs Sohrab's kite. In this scene, Sohrab’s frozen...
Please join StudyMode to read the full document