Hosseini echoes an informed understanding of Middle East people. He gave us a picture of guileless guilt in "The Kite Runner" and evoked our tears in his hauntingly honest portrayal of women's plight in "A Thousand . . . Suns." Here he creates a mosaic of stories about people, young and old, virtuous and virtueless, who play the game of life with poignancy and purpose. His characters are so real I want to add them to my Facebook page. I'd read it again in a heartbeat and recommend it warmly to my friends who love to read (or listen to) stories that entertain while they add to one's knowledge of the world. We are as lucky to have this amazing author as he is to live in the United States of America.
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