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A Journey to Becoming

ISBN: N/A KShs400.00
A Journey to Becoming is a story that scrupulously paints an honest picture of human relations in the way it explores the love, pain, fear and hope that characterize human existence

Behind the Darkness

ISBN: 9789914985771 KShs650.00
Behind the Darkness is a love affair that defies the barriers of colour and nationality which records the love life of Doctor Frank, an athletic caucasian man, and Joyce,  an African beauty,

Bound to Last

ISBN: N/A KShs1,000.00
Bound to Last is a novel sewn from the heart. It is a journey of different characters weaved through their personal encounters with each other. Betrayal, family ties, gender issues, religion, and the obvious twists that make life fascinating are expertly knitted into this narrative, making it a thriller.

Dear Anita

ISBN: N/A KShs500.00
Zahalanthi is disturbed though he is a successful businessman and scholar. His failed marriage and a desire to reconcile with his children whom he has not seen for more than a decade haunt him. These setbacks throw him into alcoholism and desperation. Eventually, he swallows his pride and writes a letter to his ex-wife Anita, pleading to meet his children, unbeknown to him that two perished in a fire accident in India.

Mourning Glory

ISBN: N/A KShs500.00
Mourning Glory illuminates the causes and effects of cattle rustling amongst the North Western communities of Kenya. The author, Egara Kabaji, portrays how the frequent banditry raids have hurt individuals, families, communities and the entire region.

Wanjira and her Hitlers

ISBN: 978-9914-9939-7-4 KShs500.00
Wanjira and her Hilters is a narrative of the life and times of a female victim of male aggressiveness.  She is frustrated with the male species of humankind and this peaks when a self-obsessed lecturer beguiles her with milk-like alcohol and deflowers her in the stupor of her drunkenness. She eventually forgoes a postgraduate scholarship owing to sexual harassment by her prospective tutors. Rather than wallow in the miasma of moral rot in society, she vows to emulate her celibate mentor. When the story is over, and despite her ambivalent attitude to corruption, she declares that she must live her own life away from masculine hitlerism.