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Mwangeka wa Malowa by Mshenga Mwacharo

"Mwangeka wa Malowa" tells the story of a warrior chief named Mwangeka who challenged the British colonial empire in 19th-century Kenya. He was a hero to his people and a symbol of resilience in the face of oppression, but to the British and their collaborators, he was a savage rebel. The book explores Mwangeka's journey as he defends his homeland and people against the British, as well as the sacrifices, triumphs, and heart-wrenching moments that define a true hero. It is a testament to Africa's timeless spirit and a celebration of unity in diversity.

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The Crescent Moon by Verah Omwocha

‘The Crescent Moon’ is a short story that won the 2017 Tito Livio Award for Historical Fiction organized by the Italian Institute of Culture in Nairobi and Sugarpulp, Italy. It recounts the tumultuous events of Kenya's 1992 election violence.

Sing Your Song By Suki Mwendwa

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Our beloved Africa is in pain, and she is calling to you. Can you hear her? Kasumwe has a troubling


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"This book fearlessly sheds light on the harsh realities faced by women in Africa and beyond. From the haunting echoes of silenced voices to the resilient spirit of those who refuse to be silenced, it stands as a powerful testament to the unwavering strength and courage of African women. Its a guide to understanding , celebrating and honoring African women.

Bound by Love and Strife by Beligh A ...

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Bound by Love and Strife, by Beligh A Belighters

The sins of our father by Wambui Kieya

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  • Written with young adults in mind, this book takes a look at what our decisions look like to our children and the how they affect their lives. A story of love and the desperate search for it and the different forms that desperation can take.

Kill the Devil by Juvens Nsabimana an...

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"You can run and leave a place behind, but you can't leave behind what is running inside of you." A woman and a man, nearly destroyed by extreme violence, hatred and despair, follow a rare and unexpected path, and discover extreme forgiveness, love and hope. Three fishermen pull a near lifeless woman from the sea; having suffered unimaginable loss, Patricia's life is empty and her only motivation to go on is to bring the one responsible to justice. Always on the verge of running, a man hides from his guilt in Kigali, terrified of his anonymity being compromised and his past uncovered. Shining a light on the remarkable, untold stories of reconciliation in Rwanda since the genocide in 1994, Kill the Devil is a love story between a survivor and a perpetrator of genocide in a lesson for our times and for all time...

Awakening by Naima Mohamed

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Awakening is a fictional novel that will assist the readers to care more about women and girls. You'll find through the pages of this book the author has shared the pain,thoughts of a character named Sarah,but with hope that she holds firm...she makes it in life

Ontongoro neChing’erabanto

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Eamate ya Mwanyagetinge korwa Iranda, Keera amo n’Ebate yataborigwe abana babo n’amatongire akageire koba ching’erabanto engaki y’enyakoira. Abamanyi b’echimbaroki korwa egetaseni kia Iranda beindire gochia ase ense y’Obwari y’eching’erabanto ase Eamate y’eChing’enang’eni chi’Egetinge Egesiani magega y’Otongoro konyora obobisi gete. Korende, chinkwana chiabo chiabutokire ekero bare obogatagati bw’engoronyongora, barigereretie amatunwa y’ebitare. Inee, Otongoro mbaigete buya? Ninki bakorete gose? Eki Abande Bagoteba “Mosinto o Nyamweya gwakorire enkore. Kwaimokereirie omonwa oito bw’Ekegusii igoro mono kobua buna abange bare gocha korengereria. Tiga ’ngotogie ase aya. Bono amarieta ande konye asirire korwa ase chinkwana chia botambe, abokigwe as’amariko aya. Kwaretire ase tore amageni amange torache gwatora ase ebiare n’ebiare bigocha. Tiga ebirengererio ebiruruki, goetera ase omogano oyo, bitoire gochia igoro ase totare gocha goika. Ase ogotacha, bona kogororoka; ochie kare buna Esameta n’Emanga! Masoge manene!” – Dr. Peter Nyansera Otieno, Kisii University.

The Twisted Paths of Fate by Gatheru ...

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In the tangled threads of fate, the lives of Ivy, Sam, Scola, Mwangi, and others intertwine in unexpected ways. The narrative begins with Sam contemplating a tragic end at the infamous tree in a forest park. Coincidentally, Ivy arrives at the same tree with a similar purpose, and their shared desperation takes an unforeseen turn as they drown their sorrows in a bottle, inadvertently forging a connection. Amidst the haze of alcohol, Sam and Ivy unveil the intricate tapestries of their struggles—Sam, victimized by a tumultuous relationship that led him astray, abandoning his family and plunging into financial ruin. Meanwhile, Ivy, entangled in a complex affair with the affluent Governor Mitheko, grapples with dissatisfaction and a fading modeling career, driving her to the brink. Enter Mwangi, a street young man navigating the forest for sustenance, stumbling upon the intoxicated duo. As he seizes the opportunity to claim some abandoned possessions, fate takes a dark twist when he inadvertently stumbles upon a deceased young man, triggering a wave of recognition that will later unfold. Mwangi's past intertwines with his sister Scola's tumultuous life. Scola, once a commercial sex worker turned successful club owner, bears the scars of a broken relationship and an unexpected pregnancy that leaves her abandoned. Orphaned after their parents' tragic demise—marked by a father's violent act—Scola and Mwangi were separated, their lives taking divergent paths. In this tale of The Twisted Paths of Fate, paths converge across backgrounds and social classes, the characters navigate a complex web of choices, ultimately leading each one toward a destined fate

Confessions Of Nairobi Men by Joan Th...

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Confessions of Nairobi Men is a culmination of three years Joan Thatiah has spent having candid conversations with men and women living in Nairobi. It this book, you will come face to face with fifteen men. Men who have been broken in every way, men who are still trying to pick up pieces of their lives, men who are deeply passionate and men who are deeply faulted.

Tenets Of Gold by Aaron W Barasa

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"Tenets of Gold" is a captivating saga set in an ancient village, exploring the extraordinary passage of Namawanga, a dedicated warrior whose courage and love for his people guide him through celebrations and challenges. The narrative beautifully intertwines tradition and innovation, encouraging readers to reflect on the echoes of unity in their own lives.

Best Before ’09 by Sharon Gwada

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Meet Gwas, The quintessential middle child with the best of both worlds - older siblings to look up to and younger siblings to mentor. He’s the smartest, funniest, and the family’s center of gravity. Fast forward Tragedy strikes and he isn’t the perfect child anymore. He still keeps the peace but smiles a lot less and speaks a little softer. Everyone jumps in the wagon and tries to wheel him toward the light at the end of the tunnel, but he’s a boy with a mountain to climb. Nothing prepares us for what is about to happen It’s not the end we hope for. And I have come to realize there are two endings in life, as it is in movies, jobs, sports, vacations, children, and books; the ending you want, and the ending you get.

This is DAVE by David Ndirangu

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Snippets from the early life of a young village boy.

Kicheko cha Dhiki

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Kicheko cha Dhiki ni tamthilia ya uongozi. Inamulika hali halisi ya mataifa mengi ya kiafrika.

Animal Farm by George Orwell – ...

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As ferociously fresh as it was more than a half century ago, this remarkable allegory of a downtrodden society of overworked, mistreated animals, and their quest to create a paradise of progress, justice, and equality is one of the most scathing satires ever published. As we witness the rise and bloody fall of the revolutionary animals, we begin to recognize the seeds of totalitarianism in the most idealistic organization; and in our most charismatic leaders, the souls of our cruelest oppressors.  

I Once Had A Son by Felicita OlChurie...

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First and foremost, I have written this story as a way of seeking healing and to keep my son’s memory alive. I also hope that parents who have lost their children will find some comfort in knowing they are not alone in their grief. And to the kidney patients, may they be informed that there is hope in medicine and in the development of the newest methods of treatment. Donating a kidney may seem a big deal but to me, it was the solution and the best I could do. To all doctors who take care of our patients, I extend my heartfelt gratitude for their priceless sacrifice in working long hours to see that their patients get back to their good health.

I Am Listening; The Long Listed Stori...

'I Am Listening; The Long Listed Stories in, The Kendeka Prize for African Literature, 2021', is an anthology of the long listed short stories in the 2021 Kendeka Prize. It's made of 12 stories by authore from different parts of Africa. They are edited by Regina Aside and compiled by Muthoni wa Gichuru and Andrew Maina.

Loving Sex: The Book of Joy and Passi...

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Loving Sex: The Book of Joy and Passion By: Dr Laura Berman