Kojo Laing { Ebook } Big Bishop Roko and the Alter Gangsters


2 thoughts on “Big Bishop Roko and the Alter Gangsters

  1. says:

    this book is written in such an unusual style that it is sort of difficult to work out what is going on most of the time it is ostensibly about some kind of conflict between the bishop roko yam of gold coast city in ghana who is conducting genetic experiments on sharks and has a mouth large enough that multiple people can

  2. says:

    This is one of the most difficult books I've read Kojo Laing's magical realism was at its peak in this semi science fiction novel In this novel the ideas of genetic engineering had reached such a high that it has become the new tool for diving countries into developed and developing And there are Bishops in this the following leads to my review of the book on my bloghttpfreduagyemanblogspotcom2009Thanks

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Big Bishop Roko and the Alter Gangsters

A long awaited novel from one of Africas best regarded writers He is a poet but best known as a novelist original and imaginative His writing is described as fundamentally African and specifically Ghanaian in source Witty narrati.

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Ry is powerless to stop genetic experiments which make the interaction between rich and poor countries almost impossible Kojo Laing is the author of Search Sweet Country Women of the Aeroplanes and Major Gentl and the Achimota Wa.

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Ve and dark humour dominate this new novel in which an Anglican Bishop works scientifically and doctrinally with different types of sharks an ecumenically minded Pope loves boxing over the telephone and the Archbishop of Canterbu.

  • Paperback
  • 376
  • Big Bishop Roko and the Alter Gangsters
  • Kojo Laing
  • English
  • 28 April 2017
  • 9789988626501

About the Author: Kojo Laing

B Kojo Laing or Bernard Kojo Laing 1 July 1946 – 20 April 2017 was a Ghanaian novelist and poet whose writing is characterised by its hybridity whereby he uses Ghanaian Pidgin English and vernacular languages alongside standard English His first two novels in particular – Search Sweet Country 1986 and Woman of the Aeroplanes 1988 – were praised for their linguistic originality both book