[Ebook] ➮ Money Galore ➭ S.A. Amu Djoleto – Thomashillier.co.uk



10 thoughts on “Money Galore

  1. says:

    For the serious undertones of this novel, the writing was pretty poor The descriptive imagery seemed to jump from one part to the next without much transitioning I was always aware that I was reading a book and not actually watching the events unfold first hand Unfortunately, the events that are described in this book still occur in one form or the other in modern day African politics, almost always blatantly and with impunity so it seems that Amu Djoleto s satire if read by current politici For the serious undertones of this novel, the writing was pretty poor The descriptive imagery seemed to jump from one part to the next without much transitioning I was always aware that I was reading a book and not actually watching the events unfold first hand Unfortunately, the events that are described in this book still occur in one form or the other in modern day African politics,...


  2. says:

    It was an interesting book about Ghanaian politics after colonialism Obviously we were grappling with our new found freedom and politicians thought there could do anything In hindsight from this book and others like it like A man of the People by Chinua Achebe, I belie...


  3. says:

    In Money Galore, everyone has something to gain and looks out for themselves first It is an interesting book centered chiefly on Politics and Corruption, and irregularly on deception, dishonesty and immorality.


  4. says:

    Interesting how this book published 35 years ago describes Ghanaian politics and politicians in ways that arethan familiar Does this mean we haven t made that much progress


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Money Galore An Irreverent Satire Set In Ghana, Told With Serious Intent.