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  1. Louisa Opoku Louisa Opoku says:

    Lawrence's purpose in publishing Grief Child is to inform the others that life may be of obstacles and struggling but brave hope and determined people get through it Grief Child is an inspirational book to the readers and those who have heard of it It shows the similarities of challenges of what people go throughLife is too short to give up After every failure there is successThis means failure strengths us to be stronger to face the future and enjoy the good bad of failure Grief Child has brought many impact to the society both children and adults Listeners to the story know what the story says and what the character went through It shows us that many people have gone through stronger and all lost hope challenges but they have been able to make it The book Grief Child is well written This is because its chapter have an effect on the reader especially in emotions It is well organized and the characters in the story played an important role Each character has an effect for instance how to get the reader curious on what will happen next how to change the mood of the readerI found myself in tears when I got to the middle of the story The book was very captive I didn't relate any of the characters because they all played a massive role The greatest strength of the story is when Afolabi thought of going to school even though there was no hope Food was a major problems but it didn't stop him from reaching his priority The greatest weakest of the story was it couldn't explain further about what happened to the people who helped Afolabi in reaching his goal I would recommend this book to a friend a student who is a stranger and has lost hope for his or her future I like emotional book like Had I known Until my last breath and The World Is Dynamic these are African book I have read in my country but none of them can be compared in terms of emotion It educates the readers to keep strong and they shall make it Such is Life

  2. حسن حجازي حسن حجازي says:

    wether you went to Ghana or not this novel puts hand on most warm ghanian impressions; The crops planted there tall trees of cocoa the food as fufu the wicky weather and harmattan all of this are presented hereMoreover everyone during reading will pass on than one grief orphanhood losing mom then dad then losing only sister leaving childhood village being treated badly by your sole relative and so onIn this novel myth interlocks with reality where they progress in parellel adding suspense to the plotTo me it's not a good evil war It's a struggle for life

  3. Lynda Lynda says:

    It was great seeing how an author from another culture writes I enjoyed this book thoroghly It was about a boy who lost his whole family what his life was like after that

  4. Robin Robin says:

    Sad story of a young boy who loses his parents and only sister in a matter of months

  5. Allan Jerry Allan Jerry says:

    I really like this book is a nice novel i want to tell learners to keep reading on them

  6. Ebenezer Ebenezer says:

    This book is one history

  7. Lorretta Lorretta says:

    I can't read

  8. Yeboah Yeboah says:

    am almost carried away by this book

  9. Monisha Leah Monisha Leah says:

    I don't remember exactly how and from where I picked up this book but I do remember that it was several years ago It may have been when a teacher at school was clearing out her staff room shelves and asked students to pick up anything that interested them It's strange for a child to pick up a book with such a sad title don't you think? But I couldn't resist the look of the little boy on the cover I wanted to know what his grief was If possible I wanted to comfort him make his grief go awayI read this book the first time several years ago Years later when I picked it up from the shelf in my old room to bring it to the apartment that I now called home I didn't remember the story But I did remember that it had been a book that I enjoyed reading the first timeThe book paints a beautiful picture of the little village of Susa the home of Adu aka the Grief Child Adu goes to school during the day enjoys his walk back with his friends visits the farm his father works in during the weekends listens to stories his mother tells him and his sister every night and lives a happy lifeYes Adu is a happy twelve year old like any other in the villageuntil one day everything he loves is taken away from him Circumstances become so bad that he is forced to move out of Susa and live with his aunt whom he grows to hate in the town of BuamaWill he ever be happy again?

  10. Bra Anyaa Bra Anyaa says:

    This book is one of the best books I have ever read When I read it at first I nearly wept It teaches moral lessons and African culture It tells the reader that at every challenge just be courageous and not give up at ones

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Grief Child (Lion Paperback) ❰Download❯ ➾ Grief Child (Lion Paperback) Author Lawrence Darmani – It was midnight The little village of Susa slept in darkness in the heart of the forest farms among the tall trees The mahoganies and sapeles stood tall in the dark sky providing a canopy over the vil It was midnight The little village of Susa slept in darkness in the heart of the forest farms among the tall trees The mahoganies and sapeles stood tall in the dark sky providing a canopy over the village and deepening the density of the pitch dark night From a distant cluster of neighboring villages Adu herd a dog bark Another dog howled In this village midnight was a dangerous time It was better not to be awake or hear noises.

  • Paperback
  • 187 pages
  • Grief Child (Lion Paperback)
  • Lawrence Darmani
  • English
  • 03 October 2016
  • 9780745918211