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A Thousand Splendid Suns is a breathtaking story set against the volatile events of Afghanistan's last thirty years—from the Soviet invasion to the reign of the Taliban to post Taliban rebuilding—that puts the violence fear hope and faith of this country in intimate human terms It is a tale of two generations of characters brought jarringly together by the tragic sweep of war where personal lives—the struggle to survive raise a family find happiness—are inextricable from the history playing out around themPropelled by the same storytelling instinct that made The Kite Runner a beloved classic A Thousand Splendid Suns is at once a remarkable chronicle of three decades of Afghan history and a deeply moving account of family and friendship It is a striking heart wrenching novel of an unforgiving time an unlikely friendship and an indestructible love—a stunning accomplishment front flap


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    For the last two months I have been putting off reading this book For starters I bought the book at an airport in Taiwan which meant it didn't have a due date which meant it took a backseat to many books that I didn't have the luxury of reading wheneverAdditionally because I've heard so much about this book already I almost didn't want to read it at all I've heard that it's depressing that it's not as good as The Kite Runner and that it's basically a novel about the brutal treatment of women in AfghanistanYou know when you read a book or see a film that has had great reviews and you finish feeling disappointed because it didn't live up to the hype? My experience reading this book was the complete opposite I loved it I didn't feel the message of the book was one of brutality or depression but of hope and the toughness of the human spiritThere are plenty of awful scenes to lend credence to its reputation While the story's time frame spans thirty years the main focus of the novel are two woman a generation apart whose lives cross as they become the wives of the same man Rasheed The elder Mariam was born to a servant woman out of wedlock and is raised in banishment ignorance and eventual rejection during the years the Afghani government was controlled by the communists She finds herself forced to marry a much older man after her mother commits suicide Laila fifteen years younger and raised by intellectual parents enters the marriage under much different circumstances Alone after a bomb destroys her home and kills her parents and pregnant by her childhood love who has fled the country she marries Rasheed in a desperate attempt to save her unborn childThe writing engrossed me Much like the Kite Runner Hosseini magically puts the reader in the city neighborhood and house of his characters Much to his credit I found myself torn between wanting to yell at Laila to hush up so that she'd avoid another beating and kicking Rasheed myself because he is a despicable bruteMariam one of the most tragic characters in literature makes this book what it is a story of love and strenghth She who didn't have an easy day in her life allows herself to be touched by the love of Laila and her children In return she performs the ultimate act of love and saves a familyI appreciate Hosseini's portrayal of a part of the world that is under so much scrutiny lately Afghanistan and the city of Kabul where the story takes place have a long history of wars and occupations which result in a great chasm between different ethnic tribes Islam economic classes and gender Hosseini uses this novel to tell the story of Afghani women and the hardships that face them with each regime changeAs a woman I feel blessed to have been given confidence and opportunities I truly cannot imagine what it would be like to live under the conditions the women in this book live under I am grateful to be born to the family I was born to and in a country which allows me to live the kind of life I chooseMiram and Laila didn't have the opportunities or support that I have And yet they survived They endured and they reached out to others despite their circumstances In this Hosseini redeems all of Afghanistan by showing these two women's humanity He shows that in a place whose beauty was written about in a 17th century poem where One could not count the moons that shimmer on her roofs and the thousand splendid suns that hide behind her walls is a city that can become illuminated once again