The strength of the book lies in its ability to present a unified perspective on perception, from its foundational aspects to the way full-fledged perceptual experiences provide epistemic justification for perceptual beliefs.
“Tomb of Sand” gives us a genuine, realistic resolution in the author’s distinctive manner, in contrast to most novels that purport to have a realistic touch with fantasy-like endings
“It takes a great deal of bravery to stand up to our enemies, but just as much to stand up to our friends.” This quote by Albus Dumbledore is from the first Harry Potter book- The Philosopher’s Stone, wherein he recognises Neville Longbottom‘s courage and ability to stand up to the trio. I was recently,…
What is extraordinary about Nadia is that she refused to accept her circumstances and she rose like a phoenix.
The book is about the lives and unlikely friendship between two women, generations apart, in the changing landscape of Afghanistan.
The situations and experiences of The Kite Runner look real, the reactions look natural and the consequences look authentic.