Summary on Goodreads.
"On the day Mr. and Mrs. Songoli’s young son fails to come home from school, fourteen-year-old Muna’s fortunes change for the better. Until then, her bedroom was a dank windowless cellar, her activities confined to cooking and cleaning. Over the years, she had grown used to being abused by the Songoli family—to being their slave...." [+ more]
Here is a book that fully satisfied me. Finally, bad people get what they deserve. I so enjoyed the frankness and crudeness of this one.
Nothing was left hanging. Punishment and revenge was brought upon those who deserved it. If the author's style is like this, I intend to read her other books.