AFRIKULT.’S OVERALL RATING:
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Another one of those books that holds an immense potential of being a spectacular piece of literature yet fails to meet the reader’s expectation. Ghana Must Go, unravels a matrix of family dilemmas that commence with the depature of the central character Kweku Sai. It is a tale of truimph over tragedy, love and loss. Though telling an interesting story with eerie sub plots and twists, Selasi’s dryly pretentious take on language and superfluous descriptions, leave much to be desired. Nevertheless, with its daring and explorative narrative style, Ghana Must Go encapsulates the spirit of the new writing genre.