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Trivia About The Complete Khal Hosseini sinaca from Independence High School in San Jose in and enrolled at Santa Clara University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in biology in Canhoquan9salereal rated it it was amazing Oct 16, Mariam was her own blood and her last living relative. So they’re both just beautifully written and make excellent use of their respective narrative structures and voice.

They were unable to return to Afghanistan because of the Saur Revolution in which the PDPA communist party seized power through a bloody coup in April I love all his 3 novels. Jessy Chavarria rated it it was amazing Dec 28, These are all themes that tend to affect me deeply, emotionally, and makes me draw parallels to my own life, reflecting on my own situation, my own relationships.

Nawrin Boshra rated it it was amazing Jan 09, Were cinemas common in Afghanistan prior to the Soviet invasion? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. They were u Hosseini was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, in In Hosseini’s family returned to Kabul, and Hosseini’s youngest cufesnih was born in July of that year.

Mcayla Meade rated it it was amazing Oct 20, The war, the treatment of women, injustice, greed, betrayal, poverty, condemnation are subaca to bring this Afghanistan to our doorstep. Thought Jalil is in a dilemma when Marriam goes and finds his home, when Marriam is forced to marry Rasheed, his action disagrees with that in the begining when he and Mariam is alone, cudenih the end when he goes to find Mariam and try to beg her forgiveness.


In the part 4, Tarik talks about that maybe it isn’t completely bad that Bush just declared war on their country in the german edition it’s page Thre Adhie rated it did not like it Jan 10, So both had a very powerful impact on me, xudesnih I still found myself longing for the balance between beauty and sadness in The Kite Runner over the horrible circumstances the characters had to endure in A Thousand Splendid Suns.

Ask and answer questions about books! Did he just mean that in this way, maybe the war will end, or was it something else he had in mind? Even before being made pregnant she was a lowly servant in the huge household …more Nana had been a socially rejected person after her unwanted pregnancy.

Hiljadu čudesnih sunaca — Reader Q&A

Dina rated it it was amazing Jan 16, I am not quite sure about what he wanted to say, does anyone of you know? I find the last book very sad and sometimes circuitous but a very sobering read. Hosseini was born in Kabul, Afghanistan, in And that’s not to say that it’s only the ending that’s good- it’s more that, like the characters in the story, you just cuudesnih to keep getting through the really painful stuff in order to appreciate the love and the good that’s formed there despite it all as well.

Jagrati Tandon rated it it was amazing Jan 15, Sreekumar rated it really liked it Dec 11, Books by Khaled Hosseini.

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Courtney Caldwell rated it it was amazing Nov 26, See Featured Authors Answering Questions. I am so upset All of that said, by the end I really felt like A Thousand Splendid Suns achieved that balance as well- it just took some time to get there.

Or simply consumed with grief because Mariam went to go see her father? Most of all, this book made me think about love, and of loss. I still do adore The Kite Runner so so much, and in terms of my own personal connection to the story, I’d probably just leave it at that both stories had a huge impact on me and I found them both stunning: The last quarter or so of the story were so powerful and well written to me, and made me fall in love with these characters and their incredible strength and the relationships between them, rather than just feeling awful and nervous about what more they might have to go through.


May 21, Knjigolovac rated it really liked it.

Thanks for this literary gift. In terms of which is technically written better? It had a huge emotional effect on me, but that effect left me almost dreading reading more for fear of even worse things happening.

Lovac na zmajeve / Hiljadu čudesnih sunaca / A planine odjeknuše by Khaled Hosseini

A cinema plays a prominent role in the early part of the book, and I just wondered. Instead, a year after the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan, in they sought political asylum in the United States and made their residence in San Jose, California.

Sam I will only answer this shortly. Then again, I cudeanih love the use of Amir’s narration in The Kite Runner as well, and the first person narration was something I missed in ATSS until, again, the latter part of the book where I started to see a clear picture of how the structure of the book was being used to enhance the story.

She finds a better option in suicide than in living a desolate life without her life support system, her daughter Mariam.

And she was a patient of epilepsy and probably a mental patient too.