The Kite Runner
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Though a bit short for the huge amount of war, crime and punishment. The actions happen so fast you hardly follow - that is, sometimes you would like to read more of it, more tiny details, if only to lengthen the story. Since you wish it would not end so quickly ....
This book describes a part of Afghan history of which was never told in fiction before. It's a subtle guidance through the rich culture and beauty of a land in the process of downfall and devastation. It also successfully ripped my heart into a bloody pulp, I had to cry often about the many enclosed tragedies.
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