The Kite Runner is a book all about the different choices Amir makes. Some choices he makes are good and some are bad. If Amir had chosen to make the right choices at the right time, he might not have gone through all he had to go through in The Kite Runner. In the end of the book, The Kite Runner, Amir and Soraya live with Sohrab in their house in California. Amir teaches Sohrab how to fly a kite and goes to catch the kite for Sohrab like Hassan had done for Amir. The ending of the book however had tuned out good for Amir. The Kite Runner does have a happy ending because Amir repaid Hassan for his loyalty at the end of the book by getting Sohrab out of Afghanistan and giving him a new life.
The Kite Runner has a happy ending because Sohrab is alive and safe in Amir’s hands at the end of the book. Sohrab was treated really badly when he was with Assef but Amir took the risk to actually go into Afghanistan, even in its horrible condition, to go and get Sohrab. It was hard because Sohrab was nowhere to be found at first but then Amir got clues that led him closer to Sohrab. Amir risked his life for Sohrab and he also risked his life for Hassan as well, because Sohrab was everything for Hassan and Amir went to go and save him. “I looked down at Sohrab. One corner of his mouth had curled up just so. A smile” (370). This quote supports this argument because it proves that Sohrab was also happy at the end of the book. A kid that was tortured, taunted, and used had been happy because he had a home and a family. Amir is happy because he repaid Hassan for his loyalty, Soraya is happy because she finally got the child she never had, and Sohrab is happy because he has a home, a life and a family. If all the main characters in the book are happy, then that supports that the book has a happy ending.
Another example as to why The Kite Runner has a happy ending is because Amir had got beat up by Assef which was the first time he felt at peace since Amir and...
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