Suspenseful. Mystery. Thriller
In Mombasa, Oyunga a young chef involved in a deadly drug cartel is set to marry Lily, his business partner. On the day of his engagement party, he meets Marion, a dashing beauty with a warm soul who reminds him of a normal life. He plans to run away with her and leave it all behind. Except there’s one problem, the only door out of the cartel is a coffin.
EITHER YOU HOLD THE GUN OR RUN FROM THE GUNMAN. CHOOSE?
♆ They know everything about you, you know nothing about them. They are coming for you!
♆ You can’t run, you can’t hide, only one way out, fight!
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I’ve been following your blog. Looking forward to sample your book.
I read this book soooo fast I regretted it when I was on the last chapter…. In short I loved your book so much I have read it twice and I’m planning to read it a third time… Great work.
Drug Paradise was an absolutely thrilling read. I loved every page. Once I started it was really hard to put it down until I was done. This is a book that I will keep in my collection, for my kids to read. I can’t wait for the next one. Thank you Kimuyu.
Rating 4.8/ 5
Drug paradise is about love, sex, drugs and money. Oyunga gets caught in the middle of this whirlwind and has to choose between love and money.
The book unveils themes that are inter-generational hence making it relatable to millennials. The themes carry forward meaning the book will be relevant even in years to come. The plot is tailored in a manner that keeps you flipping the pages as the tempo doesn’t at any point go down.
The language used is quite simple and comprehensive and reader-friendly hence making it exciting to read and at the same time quick paced. The occasional use of Kiswahili and sheng’ phrases makes the book more authentically Kenyan and even more relatable. The depth of the research is quite admirable in the way he articulates and brings a first hand account of a less-known behind the scenes life of some powerful people.
The cover calls you to buy it, the synopsis calls you to read it and the plot is quick paced in a way that it doesn’t just let you put it down but demands of you to finish it in a single sitting. The book will get you screaming at some characters, it’ll get you throwing the book at the wall hoping to hurt some characters, it’ll get you crying over characters for days once it ends, it’ll get you cursing the author’s name into the winds, it’ll get you beeping the author for a part two then getting into a depression when you realize that part two isn’t coming until 2020. It’ll get you demanding answers.