Kill Me Quick Meja Mwangi
Meja made comparison (Kill Me Quick, 1). Mwangi selects realistic details from ordinary life, and his novel chronicles the fate of an impotent silent majority. He has a vision of life as hell. His fiction shows him to be a humanist because human concerns like class and gender inequality remain largely foregrounded in the novel.
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A Valentine s Day dance at Greg s school has turned his world upside down As Greg scrambles to find a date he s worried he ll be left out in the cold on the big night His bestfriend Rowley doesn t have any prospects either but that s small consolation
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