The Kite Runner audiobook is a father-son relationship story, with an emphasis on familial parts of the narrative, a feature that he continued to utilize in his later works. It is now available on Free Audiobooks Online for everyone.
The Kite Runner audiobook: A deep father-son relationship story
The Kite Runner audiobook is filled with murder and horror. But there is also emotional depth and insight into the inner life. There was not a dry eye in the house at the end of the book. A fantastic, poignant story.
The Kite Runner audiobook is a brilliantly produced novel set in a country in the process of being destroyed. It is the memorable, sad story of an unusual connection between a rich child and the son of his father’s servant. It’s about the power of reading, the cost of betrayal, and the potential of atonement, as well as the influence of dads on their sons—their love, sacrifices, and falsehoods. It portrays a sweeping narrative of family, love, and friendship against a backdrop of history never previously depicted in fiction, recalling the huge canvases of nineteenth-century Russian writers. However, as old-fashioned as its storytelling is, so is its subject—the horrific history of Afghanistan over the previous thirty years.
“When you kill a man, you steal a life. You steal a wife’s right to a husband, rob his children of a father. When you tell a lie, you steal someone’s right to the truth. When you cheat, you steal the right to fairness. There is no act more wretched than stealing.”
What you will like best about The Kite Runner audiobook was its cast of characters. Hosseini has done an incredible job building them, which amplifies the plot’s emotional effect tenfold. It’s especially impressive how skillfully he handled the first person protagonist, Amir. The Kite Runner does not follow the usual ‘do wrong, then atone, close with happy ending’ formula, but instead attempts to steer Amir towards a road of atonement while keeping to a more realistic finale. Amir’s persona may have been considerably more despicable if it hadn’t been for Hosseini’s unique plot. Many people would undoubtedly prefer the supporting characters, but it’s crucial to remember that the protagonist’s undistorted, self-critical version of events is what made it that way. It’s not a common viewpoint, but you may enjoy it.
If and when things get too sad in fiction, a reader may always be consoled by the idea that it is, after all, fiction. It’s easy to dismiss everything as unreal and go forward from there. You’re not going to find it in The Kite Runner audiobook. If anything, unless we’re delusory, the harshness of reality has been reduced to make it more pleasant. But I suppose that’s the goal. That is what makes this book such a rewarding read. It allows all readers to comprehend, sympathize with, and be mindful of others. This novel is for everyone.
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