Khaled Hosseini's new book, And The Mountains Echoed, once again tells a devastating tale of love and loss, writes Nadine O'Regan.
Khaled Hosseini never intended to become a spokesman for his home country of Afghanistan.
The bestselling author is a softly spoken man, an erudite and thoughtful presence, a writer who understands that fiction as a mouthpiece for political action is rarely effective.
But somehow - not through talk of war - but talk of love, his sincere and affecting novels have ended up creating a wave of change anyway. His books, The Kite Runner and...
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