Ghana Must Go
Publish date: March 7th 2013
Pages no: 318
Edition language: English
Really well written, good read, well done. Excellent description of the evolution of a family, from America to Ghana.Part of me wants to rebel against this novel, though. Really. Event occurs that causes a far-flung, estranged family to get together, reveal deep, dark secrets, say the things they...
Wow. Sign me up to read anything and everything by Taiye Selasi.I don't often have the best of luck with my random library grabs (of all the books I've impulsively selected from the library based on titles/blurb jackets only one other one this year has gotten over 3 stars). This was a welcome surpri...
“Then Ghana, and the smell of Ghana, a contradiction, a cracked clay pot: the smell of dryness, wetness, both, the damp earth and dry of dust. The airport. Bodies pushing, pulling, shouting, begging, touching, breathing. He’d forgotten the bodies. The proximity of bodies. In America the bodies were ...
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