Wema by Wamugi Gichuri


Wema by Wamugi Gichuri

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Wema is the debut novel by Wamugi Gichuri, a budding Kenyan Author. The novel aims to shed some light on the vices that society is shy to talk about, such as prostitution, teenage pregnancy, poverty, crime, and dysfunctional families.

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Wema, the book, is staged in Nairobi, covering the two extremes of affluence and poverty. From open sewers to expensive wines in Diani. From guns to holding hands under the moonlight. From leftover githeri to italian cuisines. It has a little bit of everything. Born of a slum criminal and a 16-year-old downtown twilight girl, Wema is quickly thrust into a life of uncertainty.

Mary and Omosh, Wema’s parents, are on a roll of bad decisions, which slowly entangles those around them. As Bethi, the bartender, and Terry, the kibanda owner, watch the drama from their establishments, Janet, Nalla and Bilal have to make Lemonade from the truckload of Lemons they are dealt.

How far is Mary willing to go to survive in the concrete jungle?

4 reviews for Wema by Wamugi Gichuri

  1. 5 out of 5


    Well written.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Gerald Kandu

    The book addressed very sensitive issues in the society! Waiting for more from you Wamugi!

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mary Chege

    A good start, waiting for more.

  4. 5 out of 5


    Well written 👏

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