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A thousand bright suns

A thousand bright suns

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A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini is a delicate, exciting novel that captures the hearts and the innate ability, and confirms his position as one of the most important writers of our day, the amazing innate ability to tell. A Thousand Splendid Suns is a novel that tells about a human story from its readers that stands at a loss and makes you hate all men or men whose personality resembles Rashid, that animal husband, and Jalil the neglectful father.... A Thousand Splendid Suns Khaled Hosseini tells about Maryam and Laila, two women from two different generations, each with her own ideas About love and family brought together by war and loss in one house. When the dangers besetting them in their home, as in the streets of Kabul, increase, their differences recede, and a bond of brotherhood arises between them that changes the course of their lives and opens the doors of the future to the next generation. We can summarize a narration that Maryam is the daughter of the forbidden, of a rich Afghani man, who has three wives, but after a fleeting relationship with a lowly woman, he found himself the father of a child, which he did not dare to admit, because it would tarnish his reputation and the reputation of his three wives and children, so Maryam lived with her mother, a life Miserable, but she loved her father very much, and dreamed that one day he would open her house for him.. But after her mother died by suicide, he hastened to marry her to a man who was more than thirty years older than her, a widower with a son who died by drowning.. Maryam accepted her father’s will and concealed her pain, and lived with her husband A maid.. She did not succeed in giving birth to him a son, so he took that as an excuse to beat her, humiliate her, and treat her as if she were an animal, and his hatred against her exploded, crushing and terrifying, to the extent that one day he forced her to chew pebbles against her will, enjoying the sound of her teeth breaking... As for Laila, she is his wife The second, who witnessed the death of her family, due to the war between the Mujahideen and the Soviets, and who did not die by chance despite being hit by shrapnel in her back, Laila, who was pregnant with Tariq, the young man she loved and who lost a leg in the war.

Information about the book:
Pages: 544 p
Size: 13 * 20
Weight: 470
Book Cover: Plain Cardboard
Translated by: Ehab Abdel Hamid
Publishing House: Hamad Bin Khalifa University Publishing House

Search words:
A thousand - a thousand - shining - shining - Al-Hussaini

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