"SENSATIONAL REPORTING: Stories on Husband Battering in Kenya" is a book every media student, scholar and researcher will have to read. The authors have tackled an issue, which switches between dilemma and reality in media. Sensational news is what makes media houses survive, but what is its implications? How do media create sensational news, what features do they use, what ideological issues do they target and what is the effect on the way audience decisions are shaped? This book will take a reader through a journey in discovering these issues.