Amir is a boy growing up in Kabul with his friend Hassan ,the son of their live in man servant Ali.They are the best of friends and one of my favorite lines by Hassan is ‘for you a thousand times over’.This is the phrase Hassan uses whenever Amir asks him to do anything for him.

Yet with all the love,loyalty and kindness Hassan bestows on Amir,his best friend betrays him when he need it most.

This book is a narration by Amir and tells the story of growing up in the days when Kabul was a city other than the one we know today.It gives a one of a kind glimpse into Afghan,and traces his story all through to the land of dreams -America.A great read that opens up so many questions about life,family,truth loyalty and the second chances at being good again.


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