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The Legend of Beach House by Peter Ng...

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The Legend of Beach House revolves around the March 8 2014 mysterious disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370. On a Friday in the year 2040, the ageless Angel of Dreams presents to us a pair of orphaned triplets – Francis Kaloki Otieno, Francisca Mbatha Otieno and Moses Kalewa Otieno. The Angel of Dreams narrates a mind-blowing tale of the triplets and other misfits determined to discover what really happened to Flight MH370. High on nightmares from a strange kind of fish, the misfits discover that they are destined to prove the existence of other worlds. To prove Plato’s theory that humans exist in different forms and are born on Earth without memories, and then they spend all their lives trying to discover their past lives in other worlds.

KISA: An Anthology of African Short S...

Presenting a diverse and dazzling collection from all over the continent—from South Africa to Nigeria, to Uganda, to Kenya, KISA is the voice of younger, new-age African writers who give a fascinating picture of a new and more liberated Africa. These writers are motivated by their engagement with the wider world and the opportunities offered by the end of apartheid, the end of civil wars and dictatorships, and the possibilities of free movement. Their work is inspired by society and the African culture. They are liberated, global, and expansive. As Aminatta Forna wrote, “If you want to know a country, read its writers." These are the stories of a new Africa: punchy, self-confident, and defiant.

Kenya: From Cradle of Humankind to a ...

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This book chronicles Kenya's chaos and is a laugh riot that peels back the layers of political absurdity, vibrant culture, chaotic streets, and indomitable spirit of Kenya's. A roller coaster ride through scandals, hashtags, voter madness and misplaced priorities.

Tales of Wamugumo by Peter Ngibuni Ku...

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Tales of Wamugumo by Peter Ngibuni Kuguru

The Empirical Value of a Legacy Estat...

A business Finance and Investment strategy book showcasing alternative strategy on handling bequeathed legacy estates amongst the BAME group.

Shihabuddin Chiraghdin: Life Journey ...

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Shihabuddin Chiraghdin (1934–1976) was a rare scholar whose short life was as inspirational as it was academically scintillating. He was a brilliant student and academic, but the rheumatic fever he had as a young boy left a hole in his heart which increasingly limited him physically. He had a lifelong teaching career, and was also a well-known writer and commentator. Maalim Shihab’s works, particularly his research projects on the history of the Swahili people and the Kiswahili language, have been appreciated worldwide. Latifa Chiraghdin’s intimate portrayal of her father is a depiction that teems with the love and passion Shihabuddin infused in all his endeavours.

Pleased. by Nabangala B

Pleased (rated R) is a collection of poems & short stories celebrating sex, love & friendship. Enjoy scintillating fantasy erotica like 'Solo Day Out' and epic love tales like 'Forever Bae'. Erotic & romantic literature is taken to a new level and platonic love is celebrated and hailed and honored. Naba's writing is melodious, authoritative, entertaining and inspiring. Happy reading!

Alphabets of Kenya and Other Poems by...

The Alphabet of Kenya and Other Poems offers an eclectic mix of Lorot’s poetry on such themes as law, love, death, friendship, Kenya and music. This collection, written since 2010, consists of more than one hundred poems and is a kaleidoscope to the perceptions and contradictions of law, the beauty and ugliness of love, the joy and foolishness of friendships, the celebration and betrayal of nationhood, and the joy of life and the emptiness of death.

Commercial Mushroom Farming by Mwanch...

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Learn about cultivation of indigenous vegetables and more. Mwancha Okioma is an expert in Agricultural Research, Production and Marketing.

What They don’t Teach you befor...

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Learn about cultivation of indigenous vegetables and more. Mwancha Okioma is an expert in Agricultural Research, Production and Marketing.

Commercially improved Kienyeji Chicke...

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Learn about cultivation of indigenous vegetables and more. Mwancha Okioma is an expert in Agricultural Research, Production and Marketing.

The Doctrine of Entrepreneurship by D...

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The Doctrine of Entrepreneurship by Edward O. Odundo

The Doctrine of Strategic Planning by...

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Strategic Planning has increasingly been recognized as an important aspect of Corporate Management globally. In this book, I examine what Strategic Planning really is, the challenges its implementation faces in the public sector and why Corporate Managers have no choice but to adopt it as a key pillar of Management in State Corporations.

STEWARDSHIP by Grace Muroki

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A book that helps the reader be a steward of their gifts and potential through the journeu of self-discovery

Couple’s Will by Wilson Njogu

This book offers an important perspective on various dimension on marriage and family life and how open communication can help enhance relationships. The topics covered include courtship, submission, love and respect, intimacy, finances and children, among others. By reading and learning from this book you can take steps to improve your own marriage.


  1. A compilation of two remarkable fiction novels.
THE DEVIL'S UNDERWEAR This novel is about nothing at all. Only that metaphorically reflects the story of the Devil, protruding fangs, pigheaded, and suffering microcephaly. The moribund curmudgeon and the brainchild of anthropophagy pop into a fashion gallery to only look at the attendant across the face and ask for a pair of cotton balbriggan to adorn his humongous bahookie and not for special occasions but for wearing every day. It was a gigantic woolen balbriggan, and he loved to wear it and swing his pelvic girdle flaunting his humongous breasts and buttocks when something weird happenned—not just today but a couple of times. The Devil shits his pants after emitting fat Malodorous gases. He gets tired of the woolen balbriggan and throws the pair of soiled pants into the laundry baskets— nobody knows if the microcephalic curmudgeon still thinks the underwear is recyclable. A WORLD WITH NO AIR A world with no air" is a compelling story that revolves around the life of an African boy. It is a journey of one man inside himself engulfed with an overwhelming quest for liberation. It is a clear picture of how an average African boy fights to survive in the underprivileged world. It reflects a journey through barricades and dangerous hiccups. It is a pure example of what it means to hit rock bottom. "As I walked along the tiny road that runs from Kenya Clay Works to the other side of the road that connects O.J. and Ruiru town, I tried to figure out what Gmail and email entail. I came up with a genius idea, maybe email means when you send electronic mail, and Gmail means when someone sends a mail using a generator. I did not know. I looked at the piece of paper and ripped it into shreds.”


THE ENLIGHTENED SPECIES is a book exploring the inter-dynamics that affect dating as an integral part of the human mating game. It delves into human behavioral patterns exhibited by the two genders right from the first stage of seduction. This brings to the limelight the conduct and rebuttal of every seduction attitude/action. The woman is irrefutably the initiator of the first steps of seduction as seen in Briffault's Law. It is the woman who picks the desired male by considering some attributes in him. She then puts herself in a position where he can easily reach her—she is the advertiser in the seduction game while the man is a marketer. He initiates the seduction game by pitching. Herein is a thorough analysis dissecting the cores of family genesis. Without seduction and mating, the family would be deemed obsolete and the human race would become extinct.



Just a little book with divergent perceptions—affirms the irrationality of belief in God and the critical destruction religion has inflicted on society, from the Garissa University, Orlando shootings, killing of Deborah a Nigerian college student by her Muslim counterparts to 9/11 and much more.

With inclemency and repartee, Nahashon examines God in all his forms, from the sex freak despot of the bible to the more benevolent and irrational angelic horologist favored by some wishful thinkers. He takes away the major altercation for religion and parades the ultimate improbability of a supreme being. He shows how religion propagates war, propells bigotry, and have children abused, bolstering his points with historical and synchronic evidence. The Hallmark of ignorance and the God Hallucinations makes a compelling case that belief in God is not just irrational but unanimously detrimental. It also offers brilliant insight into the good side of not subscribing to faith as cultivation of willful ignorance to individuals and society at large.