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I have enjoyed reading The Kite Runner for three foremost reasons I feel I have made connections with the characters in this book I was stunned at several parts and lastly I am impatient to find out how some of the characters change dynamically throughout the book First off I have enjoyed reading this novel because I feel like I have really gotten to know the characters I can almost relate to how close Amir and Hassan are to a close friend of mine I loved how Amir and Hassan acted like brothers until the kite running tournament One thing that really made me connect to Hassan was when he admitted to stealing Amirs watch and money I was exceptionally confused at time but then I realized how considerate Hassan was Hassan is the person that seems he would do anything for someone else which shows his character I still dont know why Hassan and Amir left it almost made me want to feel saddened for Babba I feel like Hoselenni really got me attached to Hassan in the first part of the book including him getting raped I have never gotten physically abused in such manner but my heart ached for Hassan The way Hoselenni described this scene just made me really want to weep considering Hassan didnt this broke my heart even more for him I also felt a connection with Amir when Babba actually supports his writing I related with him by us both share the feeling of our fathers being proud of us and our works Another reason I have enjoyed reading this novel was all the shocking events For example Hassan says that he did steal the watch I was so shocked because I thought the outcome would be Babba freaking out instead he forgives him Then Ali and Hassan leave without any reason I was so confused I wanted to know why so terribly When Hassan is getting abused
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