By Bennet Owuonda, CHIEF
The book is written in a diary format which I found to be pretty interesting as it makes the reading experience different.
We start with the journal entries of Thefu and his motorbike, which he uses to cruise in the streets of Nairobi.
now you see me is about how the author sees his day-to-day life.
Thefu is a great observer and brings out the experience and how he goes about it from his first accident, interviews and the COVID-19 problems that came with face masks and communication.
The accident is my favourite part in the book. While at the hospital he acts normal and toughs out the pain when the beautiful nurse comes to examine his condition.
You’ll enjoy the book because of its great humourous narration.
It captures the day-to-day rat race life of a Nairobian.
This is one of the hilarious memoirs that you would want to read, how the author gives descriptions of how his day went.
This is a quick read as its stories are 2 to 3 pages long.
Chapter one begins with “Life Is Hard, and I can relate to it and say Life Is Not a Hack; Who Should Decide How You Are Going To Live, should be you.