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-- 01 Sep 2013, 14:26 --
I read this books when i was a freshman in college and loved it. While it took me a little bit to get used to his style and topic I truly enjoyed it and am always exctied about reading other books of his. I would be very interested to revisit the book because so much time has gone by since I read it last.
layers and themes that can be discussed. I want to know your opinions on
some questions that I wonder. What motivates Amir exactly? Do you think
love or obligation motivates him? Second question is that do you think
that the book suggests if our country is under threat, we have an
obligation to stay and help effect change or we have an obligation to
yourself and your family’s safety.
This book is a journey of amir's life with twists then and there..It shows the life of kabul. I loved the part of hassan as well as the amir's description of his father like a Hero and especially the time when his father save a woman from the Russian soldiers.
Being a writer and giving a book that could make you cry or laugh is not an easy task, I think Khaled Hosseini did that.Hats off sir
Favorite quote: "For you, a thousand times over."
Favorite character: Hassan
Favorite scene: When Amir overcomes his cowardice character and helps Sohrab in the end.