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Book Review: A Lonely Walk Home

By Conan Businge

Added 24th July 2020 03:07 PM

The book is built on suspense, dilemma, love and intrigue, which makes it a tremendous achievement.

Book Review: A Lonely Walk Home

The book is built on suspense, dilemma, love and intrigue, which makes it a tremendous achievement.

Author: Joshua Kawuuzi 

Reviewer: Conan Businge 

Written in a contemporary African setting, A Lonely Walk Home shows the struggle of a young girl looking for a heart donor. 

The girl, Audrey Naigaga, leaves the village for Kampala when her heart develops complications.

She does not just sit around staring at the waiting list of heart donors to learn to live with the burden of an ailing heart. She has to struggle and stomach all the troubles around her. 

Audrey has decided to avoid falling in love for the fear of getting her heartbroken.

But Audrey just cannot avoid Billy Semakula; a young, smart lawyer, who sweeps her off her feet.

Their relationship gets complicated as Semakula is hired to kill Audrey in order to silence her. Audrey holds a secret and the only way to silence her is to take her life. 

Billy must silence Audrey, but will he do it? Has he fallen so deeply in love that he can't carry out his assignment?

The book is built on suspense, dilemma, love, and intrigue, which makes it a tremendous achievement. 

The author weaves a captivating plot full of love and betrayal, keeping you on the edge, guessing what next. 

 

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