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And The Mountains Echoed Khaled Hosseini. Identifier AndTheMountainsEchoedKhaledHosseini. Identifier-arkark://t8jd79x7z. Life Improvement, Self Improvement, Spirituality Novel By Khaled Hosseini. An unforgettable novel about finding a lost piece of yourself in someone else. So, then. You want a story and I will tell you one Afghanistan.
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This novel begins in as a father recites a bed time story to his young son and daughter during an overnight trek across the Afghanistan desert on their way to Kabul. The tale, we soon learn, tells the truth of the father's journey for desperate to provide for his new wife and growing family, the father has agreed to sell his daughter to a wealthy couple unable to bear their own in a deal brokered by their valet, his brother.
The separation of the brother and sister, Abdullah and Pari, provides the catalyst for Hosseini to share several stories, within a larger arc, that explore the bonds of family and love, and the devastation of separation and loss.
Abdullah returns to their village with his father but feels the loss of his sister keenly; "She was like the dust that clung to his shirt. She was in the silences that had become so frequent in the house, silence that welled up between their words, sometimes cold and hollow, sometimes pregnant with things that went unsaid, like a cloud filled with rain that never fell.
There's something primary and beautiful about the simple desire to get lost in a story, and Hosseini is an expert manufacturer of that experience. Family matters in ways small and large in this novel. Whether or not the connections are visible, they exist nevertheless.
Hosseini seems to be telling us that the way we care is who we are and, ultimately, the face we show to life.
Introspective and perfectly paced, Hosseini's microcosmic plot spares no expense with sensory details. Each character. Hosseini skillfully weaves the tapestry with universal elements: human fallibility, innate goodness, perseverance, forgiveness, sexuality, jealousy, companionship, and joy. Yet his words are never sugarcoated: The brutality of life is on display, and people are shown just as they are, for better or worse.
Poverty and gender roles leave scars, while shifting points of view reveal Hosseini's prism of truth. The heartbreaks are not intended for shock value, but they do linger. And the Mountains Echoed resonates to the core. The book is elevated by a strong sense of parable and some finely drawn characters and is inventively constructed as it leaps from voice to voice.Those in Peril.
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Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, Part 2 of 5. Love, Hosseini seems to say, is the great leveler, cutting through language, class, and identity. One day the siblings journey across the desert to Kabul with their father. A day after he tells the tale of the div, the father gives away his own daughter to a wealthy man in Kabul.
Grendel 4 of 5. It's not until Hosseini makes the novel small again, for the poignant conclusion, that you fully appreciate what he's accomplished.