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Presenting a diverse and dazzling collection from all over the continent – from Kenya to Uganda, Nigeria to Botswana – Your Heart Will Skip A Beat And Other Stories is a collection of stories which showcase the best in new writing from across Africa. This work is inspired by the everyday challenges of living in a busy, bustling urban metropolis, as well as the darker side ...more
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Published July 29th 2016 by Bahati Books

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This is a collection of some good stories. Coming from mentees, I think it deserves some commendations.

Some of the stories are not easily relatable and they are a bit too dry to read.

Overall, I will rate it good!
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Sumayya Lee was born in Durban, South Africa during apartheid. At fifteen, under the tutelage of an inspirational English teacher, Lee found her calling, yet had no idea how long it would be before her dream of being a writer would be realised.

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