PDF or EBOOK (Wife of the Gods) ï Kwei Quartey


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  • Wife of the Gods
  • Kwei Quartey
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  • 22 October 2020
  • 9781400067596

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READ ´ Wife of the Gods READ Wife of the Gods Introducing Detective Inspector Darko Dawson dedicated family man rebel in the office ace in the field and one of the most appealing sleuths to come along in years When we first meet Dawson he’s been ordered by his cantankerous boss to leave behind his loving wife and young son in Ghana’s capital city to lead a murder investigation In a shady grove outside the small town of Ketanu a young woman a promising medical s. This is first in a series about Detective Darko Dawson of Accra in Ghana I have wanted to read this book ever since I saw it in a bookstore a couple of years ago and I was thrilled to be able to dip into it when I came across the audio version this summer I don t mind telling you that when I first listened to it I was interrupted three uarters of the way in and had to set the book aside I didn t really mind because midway through the novel I found myself wondering if I should trust Darko Dawson he turned out to be a a less disciplined police officer than I liked and used physical force in a truly unsettling way so that I thought he was unreliable and unsympatheticLater I realized I couldn t write a review I was unhappy with the novel but had taken no uotes to buttress my reaction so I reread the hardcover paying especial attention to those areas I thought the central character out of line Shortly after the point at which I put the book down the first time I discovered the main character s activities were likewise disparaged by his boss who also happened to be the authorities Darko was suspended from work and censored That soothed my ruffled feathers and sense of justice and I finished the book thinking it was a prime example of intercultural learning the author had written a western style police procedural set in Ghana a country with very different cultural s and habits I thought it a great successThe story is as follows A female AIDS worker who walks between villages is found strangled in the jungle Suspected are young men who have shown interest in her single status AIDS carriers who deny their own status a local herbalist who suspects she seeks to steal his secrets Life in Ghana is different very different from western life styles but murder has the usual suspects greed jealousy sex money and resentment or vengeance One thing that surprised me was the shock and dismay of a Ghanaian discovering someone was having sex in the jungle I would have thought that would be a logical place to go if one couldn t use one s own home But no Intimacy in the forest was all right with the gods provided it took place under a roof of some kind Conseuently four poles and a tarp kept everyone happyWhen reading mystery novels set in countries other than one s own the reader may enjoy many details of everyday life that bring an unfamiliar region to life uartey was successful in introducing us to life in Ghana but his writing had neither the gentle philosophical guidance of an author like Alexander McCall Smith writing about Botswana nor the furious pace and insistent characterizations of an author like Deon Meyer writing about South Africa However the cultural detail here is fascinating and authentic sounding and I think the author has broken new ground When one is not merely copying someone else s style one may legitimately be called an original The audio version of this novel was narrated by Simon Prebble Simon Prebble is a five star audiobook reader and I think he did a fabulous job reading the Dick Francis novels my first real foray into audiobooks For a long time afterward I only wanted books he read However in the case of this book I didn t think his plummy voice suited the characters of this novel and wished the audio publishers had made a greater effort to find someone with an appropriate accent for the region The Liberation of Sita promising medical s. This is first in a series about Detective Darko Dawson of Accra in Ghana I have wanted to read this book ever since I saw it in a bookstore a couple of years ago and I was thrilled to be able to dip into it when I came across the audio version this summer I don t mind telling you that when I first listened to it I was interrupted three uarters of the way in and had to set the book aside I didn t really mind because midway through the novel I found myself wondering if I should trust Darko Dawson he turned out to be a a less disciplined The Adventures of Tom SawyerAdventures of Huckleberry FinnThe Prince and the Pauper police officer than I liked and used Le Dernier des Justes physical force in a truly unsettling way so that I thought he was unreliable and unsympatheticLater I realized I couldn t write a review I was unhappy with the novel but had taken no uotes to buttress my reaction so I reread the hardcover Midnight is a Place paying especial attention to those areas I thought the central character out of line Shortly after the A Day For A Day point at which I Court of Lions put the book down the first time I discovered the main character s activities were likewise disparaged by his boss who also happened to be the authorities Darko was suspended from work and censored That soothed my ruffled feathers and sense of justice and I finished the book thinking it was a I Cant Make You Love Me but I Can Make You Leave prime example of intercultural learning the author had written a western style Vingespenn police We Love Glenda So Much and A Change of Light procedural set in Ghana a country with very different cultural s and habits I thought it a great successThe story is as follows A female AIDS worker who walks between villages is found strangled in the jungle Suspected are young men who have shown interest in her single status AIDS carriers who deny their own status a local herbalist who suspects she seeks to steal his secrets Life in Ghana is different very different from western life styles but murder has the usual suspects greed jealousy sex money and resentment or vengeance One thing that surprised me was the shock and dismay of a Ghanaian discovering someone was having sex in the jungle I would have thought that would be a logical Wenn Kinder trotzen place to go if one couldn t use one s own home But no Intimacy in the forest was all right with the gods CC Программирование на языке высокого уровня provided it took Dead Letter place under a roof of some kind Conseuently four Brief an den Vater philosophical guidance of an author like Alexander McCall Smith writing about Botswana nor the furious Zu Den Platonischen Gleichnissen pace and insistent characterizations of an author like Deon Meyer writing about South Africa However the cultural detail here is fascinating and authentic sounding and I think the author has broken new ground When one is not merely copying someone else s style one may legitimately be called an original The audio version of this novel was narrated by Simon Prebble Simon Prebble is a five star audiobook reader and I think he did a fabulous job reading the Dick Francis novels my first real foray into audiobooks For a long time afterward I only wanted books he read However in the case of this book I didn t think his Once in Kazakhstan The Snow Leopard Emerges plummy voice suited the characters of this novel and wished the audio In guten Kreisen publishers had made a greater effort to find someone with an appropriate accent for the region

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READ ´ Wife of the Gods READ Wife of the Gods Tudent has been found dead under suspicious circumstances Dawson is fluent in Ketanu’s indigenous language so he’s the right man for the job but the local police are less than thrilled with an outsider’s interference For Dawson this sleepy corner of Ghana is rife with emotional land mines an estranged relationship with the family he left behind twenty five years earlier and the painful memory of his own mother’s. The story of a West African detective in Ghana begins with a weak prologue a nightmare sueezed from the pages of former dime store books The following first chapter opens with promise a dead body Then the author tries too hard to tell the story That s the problem too much telling and not enough showing The sentences read like announcements or headlines and the prose is shopworn and musty hauled from a high school creative writing course The author is also on an adverb and gerund frenzy in the same sentences which bogs down the narrative to a watery substance Sentences are lifeless and clunky and contain no fresh turns of phrase or descriptive power This is a typical passage not an exception to the ruleHe loved to sit on her lap with his head resting against her while he played with the gold necklace she always wore and never removed The pendant was a little butterfly because she loved butterfliesThe author states the obvious ad nauseam Here I go again with another example he is describing cars nowand the most ostentatiously obnoxious of them all HummersWe know that Hummers are ostentatious and obnoxiousRazor thin and the broiling sun or the scorching sun Physical descriptions are jejune and often inserted into unmanageable sentencesHer forehead was high as were her lovely cheekbones her nose straight yet flared and her lips were richSometimes when she looked at her son at his tallness his strength his beauty she felt a jolt a shock as she realized that she had him and that he was real and not just a vision He was her jewel He made her heart hurtWith the vision of a hawkMoreit stabbed Efia like a red hot dagger and she jumped visiblyIt was tearing at her heartShe was pretty with a heart shaped face and lovely skinThe writing is wholly derivative and amatuer it reads like a first draft the stuff you write before you clean it up The tone is flat and without a style Aesthetics are absent the author fails to convey the sensory component of writing the power of choice words and the art of connecting them in vital and vigorous passagesThe locale and subject matter of the novel enticed me I love novels with an African geography and culture But this book had no seasoning just sentences sputtering with a dull thud I thought it would have piuant passages depicting an exotic ambience Instead you get trumpeted exposition that prevents a mood from emerging and an atmosphere from ascending No nuance no style There is an agenda here to educate us about the disenfranchised culture of a marginalized community It is as if he forgot he was writing a novel and began writing a polemical magazine article about the trials and tribulations of living in Arccra capital of Ghana but there was no flair there Even as a magazine article it would flail So many lost opportunities to create a rich atmosphere with a tasty blend of textures But there is no sensory substance or strength to the prose Sentences are hamstrung together with a fingerless handThe story is diluted by the various loud pronouncements of Ghanian life Subtlety is absent What could have been charming was churning and dull The author never leaves your side and he doesn t trust us to get it unless he delivers it with hammer blows and drives it on with re treads Tension was absent suspense was suspended for lack of imagination The novel isn t taut it s trite and forcedThe dialoguebanter between Darky Dawson and his colleagues is puerile and corny Again no texture just banal bluster This is the second book from the Vine shelf this month that I have read that was marketed improperly It was described as crisp And great artistry Crisp An English professor or competent editor would keel after seeing these unwieldy soggy sentences Apparently editing wasn t a priority with this novel Great artistry Who is writing these blurbs It was pallid ready made It is written like a drugstore shelf mystery clich d and hokey Are publishers getting cynical or just desperateThe only positive strokes I can offer are to workshop it This reads like an early draft It needs several to trim the fat and polish the prose Although my review is blunt and brutal it is honest I see only 4 and 5 star reviews so far and I am puzzled did they receive an improved manuscript A later draft I risk being highly unpopular with my solitary and excoriating criticism Negative reviews are not appreciated by many voters on but astute literature lovers may welcome a frank assessmentFor a smart polished and contoured African detective story read A Beautiful Place to Die A Novel by Malla Nunn Chancy and the Grand Rascal police are less than thrilled with an outsider’s interference For Dawson this sleepy corner of Ghana is rife with emotional land mines an estranged relationship with the family he left behind twenty five years earlier and the Anna hambad painful memory of his own mother’s. The story of a West African detective in Ghana begins with a weak Under Western Eyes prologue a nightmare sueezed from the Canvas Sunsets Never Fade pages of former dime store books The following first chapter opens with Sonderkommando Wehrmacht promise a dead body Then the author tries too hard to tell the story That s the Verhältnis mit dem eigenen Schwiegervater problem too much telling and not enough showing The sentences read like announcements or headlines and the A Hockey Tutor prose is shopworn and musty hauled from a high school creative writing course The author is also on an adverb and gerund frenzy in the same sentences which bogs down the narrative to a watery substance Sentences are lifeless and clunky and contain no fresh turns of Staub und Stolz phrase or descriptive Die Verwirrungen des Zöglings TörleßLernmaterialien power This is a typical Goldelse passage not an exception to the ruleHe loved to sit on her lap with his head resting against her while he Hansel and Gretel Faerie Tale Collection #5 played with the gold necklace she always wore and never removed The The Death of Ben Linder The Story of a North American in Sandinista Nicaragua pendant was a little butterfly because she loved butterfliesThe author states the obvious ad nauseam Here I go again with another example he is describing cars nowand the most ostentatiously obnoxious of them all HummersWe know that Hummers are ostentatious and obnoxiousRazor thin and the broiling sun or the scorching sun Physical descriptions are jejune and often inserted into unmanageable sentencesHer forehead was high as were her lovely cheekbones her nose straight yet flared and her lips were richSometimes when she looked at her son at his tallness his strength his beauty she felt a jolt a shock as she realized that she had him and that he was real and not just a vision He was her jewel He made her heart hurtWith the vision of a hawkMoreit stabbed Efia like a red hot dagger and she jumped visiblyIt was tearing at her heartShe was The Last Garden pretty with a heart shaped face and lovely skinThe writing is wholly derivative and amatuer it reads like a first draft the stuff you write before you clean it up The tone is flat and without a style Aesthetics are absent the author fails to convey the sensory component of writing the Something About Jace Pineapple Grove #1 power of choice words and the art of connecting them in vital and vigorous Angels of the Sea passagesThe locale and subject matter of the novel enticed me I love novels with an African geography and culture But this book had no seasoning just sentences sputtering with a dull thud I thought it would have The Four Yogas Of Swami Vivekananda condensed and Retold by Swami Tapasyananda piuant Ted White Blue The Nugent Manifesto passages depicting an exotic ambience Instead you get trumpeted exposition that Landmarks of Canadian Art prevents a mood from emerging and an atmosphere from ascending No nuance no style There is an agenda here to educate us about the disenfranchised culture of a marginalized community It is as if he forgot he was writing a novel and began writing a அனல்காற்று Anal Kaatru polemical magazine article about the trials and tribulations of living in Arccra capital of Ghana but there was no flair there Even as a magazine article it would flail So many lost opportunities to create a rich atmosphere with a tasty blend of textures But there is no sensory substance or strength to the おはよう、いばら姫 1 prose Sentences are hamstrung together with a fingerless handThe story is diluted by the various loud Kein schwuler Land pronouncements of Ghanian life Subtlety is absent What could have been charming was churning and dull The author never leaves your side and he doesn t trust us to get it unless he delivers it with hammer blows and drives it on with re treads Tension was absent suspense was suspended for lack of imagination The novel isn t taut it s trite and forcedThe dialoguebanter between Darky Dawson and his colleagues is The Rolling StonesA Life on the Road puerile and corny Again no texture just banal bluster This is the second book from the Vine shelf this month that I have read that was marketed improperly It was described as crisp And great artistry Crisp An English Why Do You Kill? The Untold Story of the Irai Resistance professor or competent editor would keel after seeing these unwieldy soggy sentences Apparently editing wasn t a Austrian Philosophy The Legacy of Franz Brentano priority with this novel Great artistry Who is writing these blurbs It was Göring pallid ready made It is written like a drugstore shelf mystery clich d and hokey Are Todesengel publishers getting cynical or just desperateThe only The Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler positive strokes I can offer are to workshop it This reads like an early draft It needs several to trim the fat and The Fall Anna Kronberg Thriller #2 polish the Temptation puzzled did they receive an improved manuscript A later draft I risk being highly unpopular with my solitary and excoriating criticism Negative reviews are not appreciated by many voters on but astute literature lovers may welcome a frank assessmentFor a smart Der Sandmann polished and contoured African detective story read A Beautiful Place to Die A Novel by Malla Nunn

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READ ´ Wife of the Gods READ Wife of the Gods Inexplicable disappearance Armed with remarkable insight and a healthy dose of skepticism Dawson soon finds his cosmopolitan sensibilities clashing with age old customs including a disturbing practice in which teenage girls are offered to fetish priests as trokosi or Wives of the Gods Delving deeper into the student’s haunting death Dawson will uncover long buried secrets that to his surprise hit much too close to ho. WIFE OF THE GODS is two stories The first story begins with the discovery of the body of Gladys Mensah in the forest outside the town of Ketanu Gladys is a medical student and a volunteer AIDS worker Efia finds the body early one morning Efia was a trokosi which meant she belonged to the gods In Efia s life that means belonging to Togbe Adzima the chief and the High Priest of the village Eighteen years earlier Efia s uncle murdered a man and although he is in prison the family has been cursed with unending signs of the gods displeasure Desperate for a reversal of fortune the elders of her family go to the high priest asking him to intercede on their behalf so that there torment will be ended Togbe communes with the gods and learns that all will be well if they bring him a female child to serve at the shrine She will belong to the gods and she will give birth to the children they give her through Togbe At the age of twelve Efia becomes a wife of the gods Gladys and Efia belong to two different worlds but in a small town in Ghana their stories come together through fear and superstitionDetective Inspector Darko Dawson is assigned to the homicide division of the CID in Accra the capital of Ghana Darko has a wife and a son a brother and a father and he is a thoroughly modern man But he also has ties to Ketanu His mother was born in the village and his aunt and uncle are living there Most importantly from his superior s point of view is that Darko speaks Ewe the local dialect Darko is not happy to return to Ketanu When he was 12 years old his mother disappeared on her way home from a visit to her sister Darko has been haunted by dreams of his mother and he has spent his life ever since trying to understand what happened to her Darko s story is the second story that is woven with the first to produce a very satisfying book that owes it resolution as much to Darko s response to the sounds he hears as it is to modern police workThere is a large cast of characters in WIFE OF THE GODS all in some way touched by superstition and the practices of an old culture Darko is especially sensitive to the sounds of speech He can hear a lie in a voice Despite Gladys efforts as an AIDS educator some believe that AIDS is caused by a curse Faith healers prey on desperate people Secrets are hidden until they cry out to be spoken Greed and jealousy are as old humanity and as new as the next breath Lust and love lead to obsession And there are the trokosi who have no way to flee from the brutality they face as a WIFE OF THE GODSKwei uartey was born in Ghana the son of a Ghanaian man and an African American woman When his father died he moved to the United States with his mother and he is now a practicing physician in California In researching his book he looked at all aspects of the culture including the trokosi Although the practice has been outlawed it has not disappeared because many in Ghana still believe is the power of the chiefs and high priests The media has made known practices that violate human rights but the trokosis have yet to come to light in the main stream media The Adventures of Tom SawyerAdventures of Huckleberry FinnThe Prince and the Pauper practice in which teenage girls are offered to fetish Le Dernier des Justes priests as trokosi or Wives of the Gods Delving deeper into the student’s haunting death Dawson will uncover long buried secrets that to his surprise hit much too close to ho. WIFE OF THE GODS is two stories The first story begins with the discovery of the body of Gladys Mensah in the forest outside the town of Ketanu Gladys is a medical student and a volunteer AIDS worker Efia finds the body early one morning Efia was a trokosi which meant she belonged to the gods In Efia s life that means belonging to Togbe Adzima the chief and the High Priest of the village Eighteen years earlier Efia s uncle murdered a man and although he is in Midnight is a Place prison the family has been cursed with unending signs of the gods displeasure Desperate for a reversal of fortune the elders of her family go to the high A Day For A Day priest asking him to intercede on their behalf so that there torment will be ended Togbe communes with the gods and learns that all will be well if they bring him a female child to serve at the shrine She will belong to the gods and she will give birth to the children they give her through Togbe At the age of twelve Efia becomes a wife of the gods Gladys and Efia belong to two different worlds but in a small town in Ghana their stories come together through fear and superstitionDetective Inspector Darko Dawson is assigned to the homicide division of the CID in Accra the capital of Ghana Darko has a wife and a son a brother and a father and he is a thoroughly modern man But he also has ties to Ketanu His mother was born in the village and his aunt and uncle are living there Most importantly from his superior s Court of Lions point of view is that Darko speaks Ewe the local dialect Darko is not happy to return to Ketanu When he was 12 years old his mother disappeared on her way home from a visit to her sister Darko has been haunted by dreams of his mother and he has spent his life ever since trying to understand what happened to her Darko s story is the second story that is woven with the first to I Cant Make You Love Me but I Can Make You Leave produce a very satisfying book that owes it resolution as much to Darko s response to the sounds he hears as it is to modern Vingespenn police workThere is a large cast of characters in WIFE OF THE GODS all in some way touched by superstition and the We Love Glenda So Much and A Change of Light practices of an old culture Darko is especially sensitive to the sounds of speech He can hear a lie in a voice Despite Gladys efforts as an AIDS educator some believe that AIDS is caused by a curse Faith healers Wenn Kinder trotzen prey on desperate CC Программирование на языке высокого уровня people Secrets are hidden until they cry out to be spoken Greed and jealousy are as old humanity and as new as the next breath Lust and love lead to obsession And there are the trokosi who have no way to flee from the brutality they face as a WIFE OF THE GODSKwei uartey was born in Ghana the son of a Ghanaian man and an African American woman When his father died he moved to the United States with his mother and he is now a Dead Letter practicing Brief an den Vater practice has been outlawed it has not disappeared because many in Ghana still believe is the Zu Den Platonischen Gleichnissen power of the chiefs and high Once in Kazakhstan The Snow Leopard Emerges priests The media has made known In guten Kreisen practices that violate human rights but the trokosis have yet to come to light in the main stream media


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    PDF or EBOOK (Wife of the Gods) ï Kwei Quartey I am always looking for a new mystery series to start and recently took the recommendation of Michael Sears one half of the writing duo Michael Stanley and tried the Detective Dawson series by Kwei uartey Set in Ghana the series focuses on the local culture cuisine customs and everyday issues facing Ghanians today while also tackl

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    PDF or EBOOK (Wife of the Gods) ï Kwei Quartey READ Wife of the Gods This police detective led mystery set in Ghana is enjoyable Darko Dawson is sent to a village to investigate the death of a young medical student He's particular in his methods has a known anger problem and a lingering grief over the unexplaine

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    PDF or EBOOK (Wife of the Gods) ï Kwei Quartey The story of a West African detective in Ghana begins with a weak prologue a nightmare sueezed from the pages of former dime store books The following first chapter opens with promise a dead body Then the author tries too hard to te

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    PDF or EBOOK (Wife of the Gods) ï Kwei Quartey What if the truth is terrible than the forest?Darko the child is frightened as the mother disappears into nothing; Darko Dawson the adult has a recurring dream his mother walks with him through the forest and urges him along It is not any forest but a forest he remembers from his childhood near the village of Ketanu the place where his mot

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