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The unforgettable, heartbreaking story of the unlikely friendship between a wealthy boy and the son of his father’s servant, caught in the tragic sweep of history, The Kite Runner transports readers to Afghanistan at a tense and crucial moment of change and destruction. A powerful story of friendship, it is also about the power of reading, the price of betrayal, and the possibility of redemption; and an exploration of the power of fathers over sons—their love, their sacrifices, their lies. The Kite Runner PDF

Since its publication in 2003 Kite Runner has become a beloved, one-of-a-kind classic of contemporary literature, touching millions of readers, and launching the career of one of America’s most treasured writers.

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Khaled Hosseini was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, and moved to the United States in 1980. His first novel, The Kite Runner, was an international bestseller, published in forty countries. In 2006 he was named a U.S. envoy to UNHCR, The United Nations Refugee Agency. He lives in northern California. –This text refers to an alternate kindle_edition edition.

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  • Identification Number ‏ : ‎ B000OCXGZA
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Riverhead Books; 1st edition (April 27, 2004)
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ April 27, 2004
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 1329 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 387 pages
  • Lending ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Best Sellers Rank: #1,538 in Kindle Store
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Top reviews

Concerned adult
Why is this book on approved high school reading lists?
February 6, 2019

I had never heard of this book until last September at back to school night. My daughter’s sophomore English teacher listed the books they would be reading this school year and as he read off Kite Runner, he said “it had one disturbing part”. Well, that meant I needed to read it before my daughter did.

I found many more than one part of it disturbing especially as a novel for teenagers. Kite Runner is dark, depressing, descriptive of violence and in my opinion, not a good choice for high school students.

Khaled Hosseini is a talented writer but I fail to understand why high school students should be analyzing a fictional novel dramatizing so many dark topics and adult subject matter. I thought I had read the “one disturbing part” in Chapter 7, homosexual rape, but Kite Runner continues with a series of painful, life altering, distressing and depressing event after event throughout the book to the very last chapter.

I’ve never read a book with so much trauma happening to it’s characters (and then I read Hosseini’s other book A Thousand Splendid Suns). Kite Runner starts with a dysfunctional family (a son who does not feel loved by his single father) and a dysfunctional “friendship” between boys due to their cultural cast system. A physical birth disfigurement, cowardice, cover up lies, and betrayal are touched on. War atrocities are covered including more homosexual rape, gun violence, power struggles, and the flight of refugees. This novel also ties in cancer, infertility, adultery, a bastard child, deception, more violence including a public stoning, innocent victims killed in broad daylight, child servitude and attempted suicide. Many reviews mention the main character’s courage to seek redemption but I found the circumstances overly dramatized and any meaningful aspects of redemption washed out.

Kite Runner ends with a glimmer of hope for better times but after the countless events of trauma, violence and brutality, emotionally and physically throughout the book, the hopeful ending only makes a dull thud against the depressing, dark, adult topics depicted and graphically described throughout the book.

I fail to see why Kite Runner is being selected over countless other great pieces of literature. I do not feel this book is a necessary read to understanding the complex differences of Afghanistan’s culture nor it’s history. I am not opposed to high school students being exposed to different cultures or adult topics but of the literary options that are available, I do not feel Kite Runner offers educational value that exceeds the depressing nature of this book and the descriptive imagery of countless depressing adult topics that have happened in Afghanistan and are probably still happening in Afghanistan. I prefer my 15 year old to learn about Afghanistan in a neutral, historical style rather than taking an emotional ride with fictional characters.

It astounds me that over 4,000 readers rate this book with 5 stars. My question to them is how many of them would choose this book over another book for their high school students.
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like me, have not read a book like it
December 3, 2017

There are so many ways that this book has touched me; it’s difficult to find a place to begin.
I read this book after reading “A Thousand Splendid Suns” because I was beginning to really become aware of how many of our fellow brothers and sisters in other places in the world have the same desires that we do in the United States: to raise our children with a sense of morality, the determination to make more of oneself, and the endurance to keep going in horrific times and situations.
The narrator of this story is so breathtakingly honest that I feel that his conscience is only open to me. This story allows me to recognize that more than likely every human who has ever walked this earths has had moments of deep regret, and that if we could, we would go back and redo as we examine how life could have been different if other choices were made.
Reading this book has made this far away place seem so much closer – and its people much more understandable to me. It’s an emotional read but a must-read for all who, like me, have not read a book like it.

melissa Triola
Unhappy reader….with spoiler
January 3, 2020

Hated the book. Ruthlessly brutal for no reason other than shock value. I read to help my nephew with his junior report and he couldn’t make it through half the book. I finished it. But was questioning the school board for the book selection the entire read. We’re they going for a cultural introduction?…100 books could have accomplished this. We’re there going for showing a caste system? Again 100 books could show this. We’re they going for a book showing the importance’s of the choices you make haunting you through your life? Heck the Christmas Carroll accomplishes this. But to have high schoolers (not even seniors) reading this with sodomization, child rape, caste segregation, mass murder
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Ronald S. Everett
Brutal But a Great Read
July 2, 2016

My 16 year old daughter was assigned this book to read in school. I often read my high school aged children’s literature assignments but rarely have I been so riveted by one. This story is not for the faint of heart. It’s down right brutal at times and the language and subject matter are such that adults should think carefully before allowing their younger teens to read. But for older and more mature teens, there are important lessons to be learned. And for a born and bred American, it’s refreshing to get a middle eastern perspective on the world that is honest and thoughtful. I don’t know if it’s accurate to say I enjoyed reading this book but I was certainly enriched by the experience.

One of my favorite books of all time
January 7, 2019

This was a great book. I really did enjoy it. The story is of a wealthy boy in Kabul, Afghanistan and a servant boy at his home who become friends. The wealthy boy pines for his father’s affection (his mother died giving birth to him) but he never fully gets it (or his dad’s approval). The boys are each other’s playmates until they are about 10 when something terrible happens to the servant boy. The wealthy boy witnessed it, but ran instead of helped. And the wealthy boy never saw the servant boy again.

The wealthy boy moves to America with his father when the Taliban takes over Kabul and there he finds college, a wife, and a new life. Until one day, he gets a call from an old family friend asking him to return to Kabul because he has to see him. And this is where I will end my review because I do not want to give away what happens when he returns.

It really was a great story. I found myself gripping the book tightly in the end. I wondered what had happened to the servant boy and if the wealthy boy would ever see him again.

I encourage you to read this book. There is even a movie that goes along with it!

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