Girl was Mine
In The Girl Was Mine, Douglas Kamau struggles to keep Nancy Wanja his girlfriend, but the prevailing forces almost cost him his life. Whether or not Douglas emerges victorious is the ultimate question. The world favours rich tycoons like Tim Matthews and makes them confident that they can have anything they want, even the love of an unwilling young woman. Nancy's father Waihenya will do anything for money and position.
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Ed Muindi reviewed on 17 Feb 2019
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One of the best Kenyan reads!!
Such a breath-taking story that exposes the rot in our society and the multivariate divides that exist in our societies on the political, economic, and social fronts. Definitely one of the best Kenyan books I have read!
Kennedy Oongo reviewed on 16 Jan 2020
the girls was mine
The best ever novel, should be made testable in our literature syllabus. It cuts across societal aspects.
Danson Mugecha reviewed on 10 Apr 2020
Just an Awesome Book
I first read this book in 2010. It was just awesome and would like to read it again. So relevant on various societal aspects. 5-star and Highly recommended!