10 Quotes on Friendship, Betrayal and Loyalty from The Kite Runner

The Kite Runner is the book of Afghan-American author Khaled Hosseini, which is read at once and felt its influence for a long time. The novel tells the story of a 12-year-old boy named Emir, who lives in Kabul. While reading the book, it almost takes you around the streets of Afghanistan. While the book tells about the collapse of the kingdom in Afghanistan and a period of mass immigration to America, when you finish the book, it may leave a sad impression on you.
The Kite Runner is also a book rich in citations. It is a work that underlines many important values about life. Then let’s take a look at the excerpts from the book The Kite Runner. Here are the most meaningful Kite Runner quotes:

1) “If there is a God up there, I hope he is dealing with more important matters than my drinking whiskey or eating pork.”

2) “They only let you be this happy when they are ready to take something from you.”

3) “It’s always harder to lose something you find later.”

4) “War does not take away honor. On the contrary; requires far more honor than peacetime.”

5) “Children are not coloring books. You can’t paint them any color you want.”

6) “There is only one sin; it is also theft. All other sins are a form of theft.”

7) “When you kill a person, you steal a life. You take a husband from his wife and a father from his children.”

8) “When you lie, you steal someone’s right to the truth. When you cheat, when you deceive someone, you steal the truth, the righteousness.”

9) “A sign on his desk read: Life is a train, jump!”

10. “There was something else in the room that was breathing and sweating with us: the past.”

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