Sunday, May 22, 2011

Week Five

Few and far between are the books that make me cry while reading them. The Kite Runner by Khaled Hosseini just happens to be one of those books. The reality of life in all its beauty and disaster is uniquely portrayed in this story of two young boys growing up in political and war torn Afghanistan. While ripping through the pages, I wanted so badly that this book end my way. The Cliché "Happily ever after way." But through its' twists, turns, and heartaches, I discovered that things don't always end the way we expect or want them too... and that's ok.
Rarely does life turn out the way we expect, and all things considered that is what makes life meaningful. What we do with the good and the unexpected, and who we become because of it all.

Loved this book! Thanks to Benjamin Corbett for suggesting it.

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