No Bigger Mistake

by Irene Assumpter Sumi

KSh 795

Set in a fictional Kenyan law school, the novel surrounds twin brothers CJ and Tuma, who chase a fairly unstable girl, Hera. This unwelcome love triangle is further complicated by Cheptoo, a young woman the trio could have grown up knowing. As a first timer, the author has avidly touched the surface of almost every issue that confronts our beloved country. Irene refreshingly deviates from stereotype in this book, capturing the Kenya scene of the 21st century as it affects the young generation. She gives her readers an enjoyable safari through different terrain. Without giving the game away, I want to add that the novel is a very cleverly contrived plot with an easy flow  of words. I found Irene’s work an interesting read; I am sure it will prove equally attractive to her readers. Kenya indeed has a talented and promising writer.

Dr Yusuf K. Dawood
Author/Sunday Nation columnist

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Author: Irene Assumpter Sumi
ISBN: 9780992300807
Publisher: MoshPit Publishing, Aura Books
Size (inches): 5.1 x 1 x 8
Pages: 385pp
Format: Paperback
Colour: Black and White
Weight: 379.8836 grams
Language: English
Publication Date: March 2010

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Irene Assumpter Sumi

Irene Assumpter Sumi is Kenyan author based in Australia.