The Kite Runner
In The Kite Runner Ali, who had been orphaned at the age of five, had no worldly possessions or inheritance to speak of downhilled lives, Idolism. I think "the Kite Runner by, Khaled Hosseini is more like biography, and scenery is inferre in the literature which are interesting. This is a moving portrait of modern Afghanistan.
A passage from pages 1- 11 that caught my eye is: "On a high mountain I stood, and cried the name of Ali, Lion of God, King of men, bring joy to our sorrowful hearts." I think this expresses some one's religious relief to joy, that will be poured on to them. This section of the Kite Runner reminds me of something that happened to me. One time I was reading a Bible, just reading random pages right through. It's the best book ever written. All true!