Freedom and After by Tom Mboya
Freedom and After is a testament to Tom Mboya’s outstanding contribution to the shaping of independent Kenya and his deep commitment to the future of Africa.
It is a major work in the history of Africa and one of the most powerful and wide ranging books to be written by an African political leader.
Author: Tom Mboya
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The First Phone Call from Heaven by Mitch AlbomKShs1,195.00Add to cart
The First Phone Call from Heaven tells the story of a small town on Lake Michigan that gets worldwide attention when its citizens start receiving phone calls from the afterlife. Is it the greatest miracle ever or a massive hoax? Sully Harding, a grief-stricken single father, is determined to find out. An allegory about the power of belief—and a page-turner that will touch your soul—Albom’s masterful storytelling has never been so moving and unexpected.
Readers of The Five People You Meet in Heaven will recognize the warmth and emotion so redolent of Albom’s writing, and those who haven’t yet enjoyed the power of his storytelling, will thrill at the discovery of one of the best-loved writers of our time.
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How to Ruin Your Life By 30: Nine Surprisingly Everyday Mistakes You Might Be Making Right Now by Steve FarrarKShs1,990.00Read more
Don’t snooze through your 20s.
Most of us have an internal alarm clock that goes off when we’re about to make a bad decision. Yet some of us spend our 20s hitting the snooze button.
Steve Farrar urges you to wake up so you don’t ruin your life by 30.
Although the book title and chapter titles are ironic and humorous, the wisdom contained in this book is not to be taken lightly. Steve invites you to take seriously the choices you make in your 20s and learn from the mistakes of others rather than making your own. Steve also helps you recover from poor choices made in the past and make better ones in the future.
So if you really want to ruin your life by 30, don’t read this book. Just keep hitting that snooze button.
Good Strategy Bad Strategy: The Difference and Why it Matters by Richard RumeltKShs1,695.00Add to cart
Even though everyone is talking about it there is no concept in business today more muddled than strategy Richard Rumelt described by McKinsey Quarterly as a giant in the field of strategy and strategy s strategist tackles this problem head on in a jargon free explanation of how to develop and take action on strategy in business politics and beyond Rumelt dispels popular misconceptions about strategy such as confusing it with ambitions visions or financial goals by very practically showing that a good strategy focuses on the challenges a business faces and providing an insightful new approach for overcoming them His sharp analysis and his brilliant bold style make his book stand out from its competitors something that Rumelt himself says is crucial Rumelt has always challenged dominant thinking ever since in he was the first person to uncover a statistical link between corporate strategy and profitability and this is his long awaited tour de force.
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Promise me, Dad;Joe BidenKShs1,390.00Add to cart
In November 2014, thirteen members of the Biden family gathered for their traditional Thanksgiving celebration. But this year felt different from previous. Joe and Jill Biden’s eldest son, Beau, had been diagnosed with a malignant brain tumour fifteen months earlier, and his survival was uncertain. ‘Promise me, Dad,’ Beau had told his father. ‘Give me your word that no matter what happens, you’re going to be all right.’ Joe Biden gave him his word.
Promise Me, DadÂ chronicles the year that followed, which would be the most momentous and challenging in Joe Biden’s extraordinary life and career. Vice President Biden travelled more than a hundred thousand miles that year, across the world, dealing with crises in Ukraine, Central America and Iraq. While Beau fought for, and then lost his life, the Vice President balanced the twin imperatives of living up to his responsibilities to his country and his responsibilities to his family, while contemplating the insistent and urgent question of whether he should seek the presidency in 2016. Even in the worst times, Biden was able to lean on the strength of his long, deep bonds with his family, on his faith, and on his deepening friendship with the man in the Oval Office, Barack Obama.