Life in high school—raging hormones, peer pressure, rebellion, and self-discovery. A paragon of adolescence, it embodies the prime at which young girls are at risk of unwanted pregnancies and boys becoming teenage fathers, all in the name of exploring. Relationships are formed, rules broken, and, sometimes, lifelong mistakes made.
Sequel to The Boy with Shoes, Ministry of Misdemeanour exemplifies the height of tempting fate. It tells the story of teenage hood and its daredevil antics that characterized the lives of high schoolers at Akili High School.
The intrigues, mischief and pushing the limits are captured in this thrilling package, some beyond belief. How bad can things get?
Hillary Lisimba Ambani is an avid reader and writer. He studied Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Nairobi. He has worked as a producer at Kenya Broadcasting Corporation and Flave Media in Tanzania. Ministry of Misdemeanour is the second book after The Boy With Shoes which is part of a series of five books that revolve around the intricacies of what it means to be in a country that is always almost taking off but never does.