Equipoise book by Author; Makena Onjerika
Ten new stories from Kenya. Herein are to be found vampires and gods; sex toys and exhibitionists; divorces and soon-to-be divorcees; heart attacks and heartbreaks; grief unending, bad decisions and unexpected salvation; the unemployed, troubled expatriates, hustlers and conmen; adventures in Nairobi, Dar es Salam, Mt. Elgon and everywhere in between; friends who are not just friends, unruly relatives and beloved but complicated parents.
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Equipoise book by Author; Makena Onjerika
Featured authors are: Miriam Amoit, Rumona Apiyo, Nyasili Atetwe, Clarie Gor, Alvin Kathembe, Duncan Mwangi, Aggrey Oriwo, Gladwell Pamba, Natalie Sifuma, Kiprono Tonui. This anthology represents the work of authors who have participated in fiction classes at the Nairobi Writing Academy, an organization run by 2018 Caine Prize for African Writing winner, Makena Onjerika.
Author; Makena Onjerika
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AFRICA RISING book by Author: Clyde C. RobertsonKShs3,290.00Add to cart
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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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A marriage of dolls book by J.B OmukangalaKShs1,090.00Add to cart
A Marriage of Dolls is a hilarious account of events that happen in most families and marriages.
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