visión de conjunto:Críticas This book is rich and deep mesmerizing and spectacular. At times I felt it opened a portal onto something grand and profound about love and blood and the ties that bind. Read it and you will feel what great literature can do: you will feel you are more vividly alive (Anna Funder)Ghana Must Go is both a fast moving story of one family's fortunes and an ecstatic exploration of the inner lives of its members. With her perfectly-pitched prose and flawless technique Selasi does more than merely renew our sense of the African novel: she renews our sense of the novel period. An astonishing debut (Teju Cole author of Open City)An eye for the perfect detail . . . an unforgettable voice on the page . . . miss out on Ghana Must Go and you will miss one of the best new novels of the season (The Economist)Taiye Selasi is the woman the literary world is drooling over . . . [Ghana Must Go] is technically ambitious poetically dense . . . an unpredictable family story of love abandonment aspiration and migration (Claire Allfree Metro)Taiye Selasi writes with glittering poetic command a sense of daring and a deep emotional investment in the lives and transformations of her characters . . . a powerful portrait of a broken family (Diana Evans Guardian)A most impressive first novel. . . She manages a generous coverage of time and space with adroit concision along with a vibrant range of characters. The family is so convincing with those telling problems of divided culture. Very much a novel of today (Penelope Lively)Taiye Selasi is a young writer of staggering gifts and extraordinary sensitivity. Ghana Must Go seems to contain the entire world and I shall never forget it (Elizabeth Gilbert author of Eat Pray Love)With mesmerizing craftsmanship and massive imagination [Taiye Selasi] takes the reader on an unforgettable journey across continents and most importantly deeply into the lives of the people whom she writes about. She de-exoticizes whole populations and demographics and brings them firmly into the readers view as complicated and complex human beings. Ghana Must Go is a big novel elemental meditative and mesmerizing (Sapphire author of The Kid and Push)In Ghana Must Go Selasi drives the six characters skillfully through past and present unearthing old betrayals and unexplained grievances at a delicious pace. By the time the surviving five convene at a funeral in Ghana we are invested in their reconciliation--which is both realistically shaky and dramatically satisfying ... Narrative gold (Elle)Selasi's ambition - to show her readers not Africa but one African family authors of their own achievements and failures - is one that can be applauded no matter what accent you give the word (Nell Freudenberger The New York Times) Reseña del editor A stunning novel spanning generations and continents Ghana Must Go by rising star Taiye Selasi is a tale of family drama and forgiveness for fans of Zadie Smith and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.Meet the Sais a Nigerian-Ghanaian family living in the United States. A family prospering until the day father and surgeon Kweku Sai is victim of a grave injustice. Ashamed he abandons his beautiful wife Fola and their little boys and girls causing the family to fracture and spiral out into the world - New York London West Africa New England - on uncertain troubled journeys until many years later tragedy unites them. Now this broken family has a chance to heal - but can the Sais take it?'Ghana Must Go is both a fast moving story of one family's fortunes and an ecstatic exploration of the inner lives of its members. With her perfectly-pitched prose and flawless technique Selasi does more than merely renew our sense of the African novel: she renews our sense of the novel period. An astonishing debut' Teju Cole author of Open City Taiye Selasi was born in London and raised in Massachusetts. She holds a B.A. in American Studies from Yale and an M.Phil. in International Relations from Oxford. In 2013 she was selected as one of Granta's 20 Best Young British Novelists. Biografía del autor Taiye Selasi was born in London and raised in Massachusetts. She holds a B.A. in American Studies from Yale and an M.Phil. in International Relations from Oxford. In 2013 she was selected as one of Granta's 20 Best Young British Novelists.