Khaled Hosseini, an Afghan-American writer, wrote the novel, “The Kite Runner Audiobook”, and was published in 2003 by Riverhood Books. The story holds the portrait of both the disloyalty and vindication facts. The novel reveals the relationship between close friends, as close as a brother, and how their everlasting friendship is torn by one of the friends, because of the downfall of the Afghanistan monarchy and political tensions. The author tells the story about how one of the friends commits betrayal of trust towards his best friend. But again he searched for redemption and rectify all the wrong deeds, he committed.
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Just like the kite battle in the sky, Afghanistan underwent a war situation, for which the country became an immensely dangerous place. The story of the novel moves around the friendship status of Amir and Hassan. The striking feature of this novel is the awareness of fate and justice, and how one can overcome evil in the end, regardless of what had happened before. The story also focuses on the point that how things can go smoothly if one can understand the value of true friendship.
The Kite Runner AudioBook is a popular book by the Afghan-American writer known as Khaled Hosseini. The book was published originally on May 29, 2003, By Riverhead Books. The genre of the book is Drama, War Story, Historical Fiction. It has a rating of 4.3 stars on good reads.
The Kite Runner Audiobook narrates the story of Amir, a young boy, son of a rich Kabul merchant, who lives in Wazir Akbar Khan, district of Kabul. Hassan, his best friend is the son of his father’s servant. Their friendship bond succumbs to the political conditions of Afghanistan and the religious tensions due to the loss in the prosperity of Afghanistan’s monarchy. Both friends spend most of their time in kite fighting in the tranquil city of Kabul. Their extraordinary bond of friendship was ruined by Amir, who abandoned his close friend, Hassan, pulling them far apart. But the climax of the novel is totally against what has happened before. Amir gave himself a chance to make the wrong things right, for the true friend he ever had.
About Author (Khaled Hosseini):
Khaled Hosseini was born in Afghanistan and worked as a medical internist at Kaiser Hospital in Mountain View, California. His novel “The Kite Runner” focuses on the friendship status, the relation between parents and children, and how one can make things go smooth, by just doing little effort.
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The Kite Runner Audio is included in 10 parts which include all the chapters of the book with clear and good quality sound narration.Listen To Audiobook