The Kite Runner

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The life altering event doesn’t always have to be a misfortune, as demonstrated when Amir rescued and adopted Sohrab. Amir and his wife finally got a child they had been wanting and Amir felt lifted of his guilty burden. The life altering moment in one’s life doesn’t have to be a misfortune and those who acquire more than one of those precious moments are truly blessed. There are many other moments that seem to test the characters and change the lives of those involved, but I picked out the ones I felt most important to write about in order to state my reason for thinking that Hosseini’s main message that everyone has one thing that alters your human perspective forever. View More »

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