nice books

I don’t read novels but these ones are criminally underrated mehn

  1. Run for the trees by james s. rand
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  2. The hunchback of Notre dame by victor hugo

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3.The generation of leaves by Robert is bloom

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Soma Kenya, jenga Kenya

Kasûûva kakwa kendwa
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Mwarî wa mûtungatîri
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Ibilisi “msabalani”
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Burning Grass by Cyprian Ekwensi

Forrowing

There are so many nice books that are not widely discussed.

  1. ‘The Hippopotamus’ by Steven Fry. That is one of the funniest books I have ever read. This fiction book is written by one of the cleverest people in the UK who is known for his outstanding command of English. The story is all about modern people who rather believe in miracle and do some awkward things rather than listen to the common sense. That is a really hillarious comedy.
  2. ‘The wind-up Bird Chronicle’ by Japanese writer Haruki Murakami. That is an outstanding book which states the questions of the fate and interconections of different events in the world. That is a thought-provoking reading which you’ll definetely enjoy.
  3. ‘The Book Thief’ by Markus Zusak. That is a real drama which will break your heart. The story goes about a little girl who lives in Nazi Germany during WW2. The narrator of the book is death who collects the souls of dead people which makes the whole novel really interesting.

Mdau si utuwekee pdfs basi, esp the hippo na The wind up bird…sharing is caring…