Kite Runner a family memory
Kite Runner is a weird title for the book. Based on an Afghani boy, and his neighborhood. I haven't been think about my book often, but the action, and story telling is picking up.
I think Kite Runner, by Khaled Hosseini is very descriptive on family life in Afghanistan, as living in the slums. A passage from pages 11- 22 that seems important is: "Then he would remind us that there was a brotherhood between people who had fed from the same breast, a kinship that not even time could break." I think this is really a wise saying from aold poet, It has sentimental values.
Another part that I found calming was: "We spoke our first word mine was Baba,and his was Amir. My name." This is an example of something important in this book. It shows the necessary name of the main character, Amir.