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FacelessS in many developing countries from India to Mexico made distressing because these children have familiesFaceless begins in a slum cynically christened Sodom and Gomorrah with 14 year old Fofo narrowly escaping rape by Poison a Street Lord and local thug She flees to her friend Odarley where we learn that Poison controls even the shared toilets and that Fofo is constipated because all she s had to eat is bread The scene then shifts abruptly to the middle class life of Kabria a ood hearted researcher for MUTE an NGO which is a repository alternate stories not in books Kabria is harassed by her demanding children and a bone idle husband who expects his wife to wait on him even though she is in full time work as well Gender relations has been a theme in many of the recent African novels I ve readTo read the rest of my review please visit Love the novel I read this book in 2011 and before that I d never read a book totally set in Ghana but after reading Darko s book I sought out books similar to hersI think she may have overestimated things a bit but altogether she created a vivid image that I found uite easy to capture made be believe at a certain point that I really saw what she saw I found uite easy to capture made be believe at a certain point that I really saw what she saw truth. Nd vicious cycles of poverty and violence that drive children to the streets and women to prostitution; and from which ultimately no one in the society is fr. .
The other I liked how she clearly expressed the struggles of children on the streets and the difficulties of providing help for them She didn t struggles of children on the streets and the difficulties of providing help for them She didn t the situation like it an open and shut case and showed lots of nuance in her writing The main character Fofo is well written and the writer makes me want to root for her It s a good read but I do have to say that there are slight moments of violence and mature activity in the book so if those offend you tread cautiously It is aood novel I first read this book while an exchange student at the University of Ghana Faceless brings attention to street children in Ghana In her novel Darko describes their strength vulnerabi Faceless by Ghanian author Amma Darko is one of the saddest books I ve ever read I discovered it via celestine s review at reading pleasure but Celestine s review at Reading Pleasure but so I was unprepared for the bleak world it represents with such chilling authenticityIt is a story of street children in the chaotic slums of Accra the capital of Ghana and although it ends with a hopeful resolution for one child the novel leaves an indelible impression that there is no future for thousands of others It s #a story of exploitation and neglect replicated in rapidly La Fsica En La Vida Cotidiana growing citie. Of a 14 year oldirl Fofo # story of exploitation and neglect replicated in rapidly rowing citie. Of a 14 year old irl Fofo the main characters convert their library center into a practical street initiative the novel invokes the sualor health risks In this book Amma Darko provides vividly what it is to live on the streets It begins with a death An interesting novel Read it is to live on the streets It begins with a death An interesting novel Read review herehttpfreduagyemanblogspotcom2009Thanks Not Amma S Best Book Faceless best book Faceless an entertaining book that had a lot of twists and turns to the plot Poison was an interesting character What I appreciate about the book is that there are two stories about two different people one being Fofo and the other person being the African mother and how the story combines the two people together to figure out the mystery of Poison and two people together to figure out the mystery of Poison and Poison is doing the things that he does I also care about the African mother in the story the second main character which is also a relatable mom who cares about their kids and how the kids are maturing to fast and the rapid Henny Penny growth of AIDS in Africa I also like Fofo s character who is strong and independent and wants to figure out what isoing on with Poison and to The Forebears Of Kalimeros Alexander Son Of Philip Of Macedon get off the street since Fofo is a street kid in Africa Very interesting story on a side of streetirls I never really knewI like a statement on page 112 by Ms Kamame about our society failing to stick out our necks for street children In the end we all bear the responsibility one way or. Street life in the slums of Accra is realistically portrayed in this socially commited subtle novel about four educated women who are inspired by the plight.

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