Dedan Kimathi The Real Story
“To most people, Dedan Kimathi, the man who led the Mau Mau movement in Kenya’s forests in the 1950s to win freedom from the British Empire, has remained a shadowy and enigmatic figure.
Attempts to portray his heroic and fascinating life have produced varying results, ranging from historical distortion to artistic idealism.
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How to be a Kenyan by Wahome MutahiKShs950.00Add to cart
Peter Enahoro wrote a famously funny book, The Complete Nigerian, and the follow-up How to be a Nigerian.
In similar mode, a Kenyan writer has produced a series of hilarious essays about what it means to be a Kenyan.
Described as painfully true and outrageously witty, the book is a light-hearted illustration of the particularities of thought, manners and attitude of Kenyan people.
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Originals (Grant) by Adam GrantKShs1,495.00Add to cart
Examines how people can drive creative moral and organisational progress and how leaders can encourage originality in their organisations This book shows you how to improve the world by championing novel ideas and values that go against the grain battling conformity bucking outdated traditions and how to recognize a good idea
The Gold Rush Samuel WachiraKShs750.00Add to cart
The story is set in the fictional Paradise City in the US and narrates the experiences of Christopher Makumi, an exceptionally bright scholarship student from Kenya. On completing his studies, Makumi finds himself facing joblessness in a foreign land. An illness back in Kenya compounds his already unhealthy debt problems.
I’m too pretty to be broke; Joan ThatiahKShs850.00Add to cart
I’m Too Pretty To be broke explores some of the lies women tell themselves and each other which hold them back from their greatness. Joan Thatiah combines personal anecdotes as a mother, daughter, sister and wife in cutting through the layers of lies women tell themselves.
The Concise 48 Laws of power;Robert GreeneKShs1,150.00Add to cart
Some laws teach the need for prudence (“Law 1: Never Outshine the Master”), others teach the value of confidence (“Law 28: Enter Action with Boldness”), and many recommend absolute self-preservation (“Law 15: Crush Your Enemy Totally”). Every law, though, has one thing in common: an interest in total domination. In a bold and arresting two-color package, The 48 Laws of Power is ideal whether your aim is conquest, self-defense, or simply to understand the rules of the game.
The Campus Exile By Collins Sakwah OngomaKShs1,150.00Add to cartLife in a Kenyan University is a far cry from the fantasy that lodges in the minds of high-schoolers or the regular lecture hall – hostel routine that parents imagine. It is a real boot camp and can be worse than the dreaded military drills. Danger, despair, euphoria, and sometimes death, all lurk within the walls of the campus. Life’s toughest lessons are not taught in lecturer halls, laboratories, and libraries as parents think, but within university corridors, between the decks of the iron-squeaky-beds in hostels and the streets when the students seek the night city bliss. Life’s greatest lessons are learned during weekends when drugs, alcohol, and sex are freely available and house parties are ticketless. A first-year student embarked on a dangerous mission to expose a ‘career student’ working with a prominent Nairobi drug lord to sell drugs to the comrades. When Alvin threatened Otiato that he was going to report him to the police for selling drugs to students, selling rooms to non-students, and killing any student that stood on his way, he did not anticipate the horror that he encountered. Enjoying protection from the police and the school administration, Otiato found immense joy in torturing Alvin with the help of his brutal goons. However, without relenting in his mission, Alvin’s quest to liberate the comrades from the oppressive University administration, greedy student leaders, and peddlers like Otiato was amplified after the comrades implore him earnestly to lead them into the streets to fight for their rights. Drawn in a fictitious setting around The University of Nairobi, The Campus Exile; book one of The Campus Exile Trilogy spares nothing while taking the reader inside the world of drug addiction, drug peddling, sex, prostitution, crime and the illegal art of making money to survive within the campus which in most cases is ravaged by brokenness and destitute.