I don't know when it happened, but I fell deeply and hopelessly in love with Kevwe Mukoro. How couldn't I be in love with him? He loved so passionately, so deeply, and so sincerely. And I found myself wondering what a real-life Kevwe would be like. Does he even exist? If he does, where can I get one?
Myne's protagonists - Efe Sagay and Kevwe Mukoro - are very dynamic. Very real. Very human. Several times, I nodded my head along as I read their dialogues. When they cried, I cried with them, and when they laughed, I laughed with them. Seriously, I did cry. I couldn't wait to turn the page, couldn't wait to find out what happened next. For this book, I ignored phone calls, skipped meals, and left tweets unread and unreplied. I could not just be pulled away from this book. And when it finally came to an end, I wanted more. I was reading so fast that I didn't even notice I had gotten to the end until the title of the next page said 'Acknowledgements.'
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