Wait for me Angela

The two girls had just started work on the cake when Sandra suddenly stopped, looked her friend in the eye and said, “By the way, I’ve never asked you; exactly how far do you intend to take things with this guy?”

“What do you mean ‘exactly how far’?” Angela quickly countered, well aware of what Sandra meant. Although she had given the issue some serious thought, Sandra’s question had taken her by surprise. It had come at a time when she least expected it.

“What will you do in case the guy wants to take things all the way?”

This is a really lovely piece of work; a very well written story that pulls the reader in from the start and progresses beautifully. It was a pleasure to read and was over too quickly.

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Wait for me Angela

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The two girls had just started work on the cake when Sandra suddenly stopped, looked her friend in the eye and said, “By the way, I’ve never asked you; exactly how far do you intend to take things with this guy?”

“What do you mean ‘exactly how far’?” Angela quickly countered, well aware of what Sandra meant. Although she had given the issue some serious thought, Sandra’s question had taken her by surprise. It had come at a time when she least expected it.

“What will you do in case the guy wants to take things all the way?”

This is a really lovely piece of work; a very well written story that pulls the reader in from the start and progresses beautifully. It was a pleasure to read and was over too quickly.

Catherine Johnson, tutor with Lancaster University/British Council’s Crossing Borders, a programme that promotes creative writing in Africa

This is a must-read for anyone who is, has been or will soon be in high school. Wait for me, Angela dramatically tackles the two themes of love and friendship with a touch of humour, which makes it very captivating.

Kwamboka Oyaro, award-winning journalist, Daily Nation

The book won the second award in the inaugural Wahome Mutahi

Literary Prize in 2006.

The author, Stephen Mugambi,attended Giantune Primary School, Meru, and Mang’u High School, Thika. He graduated with an honours degree in Food Science and Technology from the University of Nairobi. He worked as an editor with a children’s magazine in Nairobi before joining the African Network for the Prevention and Protection against Child Abuse and Neglect (ANPPCAN) and, later, ABANTU for Development, as an information and communications officer. Mugambi currently works with a gender and development NGO in Nairobi.

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