Yes, in fact the second it was done I paused, contemplated the tale and restarted the narration.
Abdula. He was the cornerstone of integrity and love and yet also perfectly illustrates the main conflicts of the book.
Yes. I couldn't put it down
I've been to Afganistan - on a mountain journey last year - and am fascinated by the land and its people. This book was incredible. It began with the famous Rumi quote: "Out beyond ideas of right doing and wrong doing there is a field. I'll meet you there." The entire novel explores this middle landscape of the powerful human condition. I can't recommend it strongly enough.
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