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Flowers Have Thorns

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I discovered that doing the right thing pays off. Unfortunately, this does not always prevent bad things from happening; horrible things occur on a daily basis. Life is full of surprises. so be prepared for the worst while hoping for the best. Lamech shares insights from his experiences in the flower industry as he contemplates life's unpredictability. Despite his belief in the importance of doing the right thing, he recognizes that unfortunate events continue to occur on a regular basis. He emphasizes the importance of being prepared for adversity while remaining hopeful for a positive outcome. Lamech's narrative invites readers to reflect on the complexities of existence, providing a compelling and relatable perspective on overcoming life's obstacles.

INVISIBLE NO MORE – How to Stop...

Are you struggling with issues of being a victim, anger, stress, resentment and depression? Do you feel invisible, unheard and powerless, not sure you will reach your highest aspirations? Are you worried about issues of diversity and inclusion? In this book the Author will challenge you to take courage and look at these issues within yourself, your life, and your relationships and take back control of your life. Through these pages, you will begin to explore how subconsciously we carry the pain of our upbringing and parents, which results in us manifesting stress and character defects in our daily lives. INVISIBLE NO MORE has been endorsed by four established Authors and endorsed by Mr. Georges Rebelo Pinto Chikoti the Secretary-General of the Organisation of African, Caribbean and Pacific States (OACPS) as a very important book to build and strengthen people.

Sacred Spaces: Altars as Points of Di...

Sacred Spaces: Altars as Points of Divine Encounter and Transformation" invites readers on a profound journey into the heart of spiritual connection. In this illuminating exploration, the author delves into the ancient and universal practice of creating altars as focal points for communion with the divine.

Koinange Wa Mbiyu: Mau Maus Misunders...

KShs1,590.00 KShs1,390.00
Koinange Wa Mbiyu: Mau Maus Misunderstood Leader by Jeff Koinange

Siaya: A historical Anthropology An A...

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Siaya: A historical Anthropology An African Landscape by David William Cohen and E. S Atieno Othiambo

A Dine At Nature’s Death

"A Dine At Nature's Death" is a poetry anthology that advocates for environmental conservation and protection of nature. It's a satirical piece that mocks the greediness of man indulging in environmental destruction to gather fortunes minding less of the doom the planet is facing.

WHAT YOU HAVE by Haron Kimutai Suter

WHAT YOU HAVE is a student guide grafted to empower, inspire,and help students maximize every resource at their fingertips

The Money Game: How to win by Dr Vict...

KShs2,850.00 KShs2,500.00
Master the way to make money confidently, and easily and enjoy the financial freedom you desire.

Breaking Point: A Journalist Quest fo...

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Breaking Point tells the first-person story of an intrepid Nigerian investigative journalist who is forced to flee his home country and seek political asylum in Ghana, after which he effectively declares war on the corrupt establishment at home. The fury with which he is despised and hunted by this establishment is only matched by his penchant for expanding his ever-increasing list of powerful Nigerian enemies with his uncompromising work

Beyond The Call of Duty by Omar Abdi ...

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Beyond The Call of Duty by Omar Abdi Shurie


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UGANDA A GREAT NATION” is a brand new book by debutant Ugandan author Timothy Kirenda. The book is an encapsulation of the authors perceptions and reasoning to declare that Uganda is a great nation or maybe one of the greatest nations on earth. A fairly small landlocked country east of the world’s biggest continent, why and what do you know about Uganda is the pendulum that is swung by the author throughout his piece of work. He navigates around the issues of culture or African culture as it is, politics and leadership, the history of the country, the women in the country or what we call Uganda’s beautifying aspects and also Uganda’s position on the globe. All to commemorate the authors grand standing that Uganda is a great nation, this book was written to advance the concern to the reader and to obviously confront impediments the likes of ignorance, doubt and disgruntlement. The authors assessment of Uganda as a nation colonized by the British, attained independence in 1962 and is currently run by one of Africa’s longest serving Presidents Yoweri Kaguta Museveni is an appraisal that entails the good and bad, the highs and lows and the beautiful and not so beautiful aspects.

Equation Explorer Board Game

THE GAME Equation Explorer: A Delightful Equation-Creation Adventure for All Ages Suitable for both younger and older players, Equation Explorer offers a delightful math experience for creating equations. Younger players can create basic equations, while it provides a creative challenge for older children and adults, enabling them to craft complex equations while injecting a sense of fun into mathematical exploration. It can be enjoyed in various settings, whether at school or at home with friends and family.  

The Hacienda of Jesús of Pachuca

KShs2,500.00 KShs1,990.00
In the beautiful cities of Pachuca, a story unfolds in a big hacienda, filled with history and secrets. “The Hacienda of Jesus García of Pachuca,” takes you into a world where love, power, and the past are all mixed up in a fascinating tale. Catalina, a woman with beauty and big dreams, grows up in a tough situation, and her ambitions lead her to marry Jesus García. But ambitions are like hunger—they never really go away. Her teenage desire to be with an African man comes back when she meets Flomo. Flomo is a young man from Liberia, and he's torn between his dreams and his love for Teta. Should he give in to Catalina's advances, hoping it'll help him reach his goals, or stay true to Teta back in Liberia? It's a tough choice, but Catalina, who's very intriguing, makes him give in, right there in Jesus García's hacienda. Jesus García is a Mezcal farmer who owns a hacienda passed down from his father. He's a dreamer and falls in love with Catalina quickly. But he realizes Catalina's dreams are too big for him, and he feels betrayed. This sets the stage for his revenge. In the walls of the hacienda, secrets come out, and the characters face the weight of their family's past. "The Hacienda of Jesus García" explores a place where what happened before affects what's happening now, and the characters have to deal with their wants, dreams, and the history of the García family. Here is the retelling of the Biblical story of Potiphar’s wife and Joseph, told elegantly in the most lush language.

The Nigerian Mafia: Sao Paulo

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Nollywood actor, Uche Mbadiegwu arrives São Paulo from Lomé, the night the carnival kicks off at the Anhembi Sambadrome. On the plane, he meets a Nigerian filmmaker, Obika Nwadi, who just been dismissed from the University of Oxford, and scandaliz hoping to find a new life in Brazil, where he begins to sh pornographic films for male-to-male sex workers. Uche bumps into label, a trans woman, who is helping to res transgender women trafficked into prostitution and falls in love, he must hide the fact that he works with an Ethiopian gang traffick Malawian and Zimbabwean women into Brazil, carrying drugs.A Sierra Leonian diplomat, Ibrahim Kabala, with connections Brazilian politicians, finds a way to move drugs from Brazil to V Africa, without hindrances. The Chinese and the Japanese mobs fi over territories. The Nigerian Mafia: São Paulo, is a gritty tale of drugs, violence, rituals, and human trafficking.

Britain A Slave Plantation? A Persona...

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I woke up one ominous morning in Oxford to find out I had been, for the lack of a better word, set on fire. A hit piece disguised as investigative report by an irritant student newspaper had told the world I was a fraudulent professor amongst a litany of other lies. And like most coordinated slander campaigns, the article was quickly syndicated to other local newspapers for wider coverage.