The Kite Runner: Graphic Novel

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The perennial bestseller-now available as a sensational new graphic novel.

Since its publication in 2003, nearly 7 million readers have discovered " The Kite Runner. " Through Khaled Hosseini 's brilliant writing, a previously unknown part of the world was brought to vivid life for readers. Now, in this beautifully illustrated graphic novel adaptation, Hosseini brings his compelling story to a new generation of readers.
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Published September 6th 2011 by Riverhead Trade (first published 2007
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136

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Some of the drawing are quite graphic in violence, there are trigger warnings for abuse, blood, bullying etc.

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The Kite Runner: Graphic Novel is about a young oy, Amir, the las granddaughte of a popular entrepenuer, growing up in a wealthy part of Kabul, Afghanistan, who betrays his childhood friend and later has a chance to redeem himself.

As his wife 's best riend, Rahim Khan, said, 'There 's a way to be good again'.Amir grows up with Hassan, the Hazara servant boy whose father, Ali, grew up with Al 's father, Baba.

Amir loves to write tories, and knows his father is disappointed in him, plus he 's jealous when his father shows affection toward Hassan.Hassan is the best kite runner in the ity.

The boys play a kite-flying game in winter; it is a huge competition, and is held every year.

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Although the graphic novel follows every essence and every basic plot of the books, it lacks the minor details that made the book all the more believabl.

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ost people know what a ook is before going into it, but I 'm like " Omg, that is a famous book I shall read it. " Ahem.

So I saw this in the library and thought I 'd try the graphic novel first ... ( and also because graphic novels are freaking awesome AND I LOVE PICTURES!!) ... and it definitely made me want to read the actual novel now!

Because Vulcan.So the story is set in the Middle East about the life of Amir and how he has a friend/servant named Hassan.

He was all, " Oh Hassan you 're my best friend. " But Amir was still a spoiled kid and really did n't look beyond HIMSELF.

It 's probably the thing I hate most when reading books.

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As if the words were not enough.Comes a graphic version of the tory that still haunts my dreams.I can bet you all the money that I have ever had that the imagery of Khaled Hosseini 's debut work would not have deserted your soul.

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