Book Recommendation 7 #Reads

The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini is this week’s book recommendation.

 

Genre: Novel

 

Why should you pick it up?

 

Khaled Hosseini weaves magic with his words and the world knows it. His tales will always connect with you on a deeper level. They will draw you in as a reader and affect you emotionally which if you trust me is the sign of a great book. His stories are like poetry always saying more than they seem to on the surface. This being no different.

 

The Kite Runner is the tale of Amir and Hassan, two lads from Afghanistan with two different backgrounds. They grow up together as best friends but suddenly an event changes the entire equation. The book takes you on a journey of friendship, emotional turmoil and the search for redemption. The book takes you through Afghanistan before and after the war and then on to America. It shows how war ravages a society but more importantly it shows how sometimes a moment’s hesitation can take a lifetime to redeem.

 

If you love reading, you cannot miss this. This is what a good book reads like. It has the substance which is so rare to find in books these days.

 

Link to Good Reads:

 

The Kite Runner

 

Link to purchase on Amazon:

 

The book is available in Paperback and as a Kindle edition. So, what are you waiting for?

The Kite Runner

 

 

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7 thoughts on “Book Recommendation 7 #Reads”

  1. I know ‘The Kite Runner’ is a great book, but I haven’t read it yet. A few years ago I picked it up from our local library but before I could start reading I had to return the book as I always borrow a lot of books from the library. And the book continued to stay in my TBR list. I am loving your recommendations, Naba.
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  2. I had to read this back in high school for an assignment and couldn’t put the book down!

  3. I have heard so much about this book, but haven’t yet read it. I am not sure that right now is a good time for me to pick it up, because this seems like a heavy read, and at the moment I am relying on light fluffy books to tide me over a stressful time in my life. But hopefully soon, I will be able to get to this one.
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