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  • A remarkably accomplished, polished debut.

    Malorie Blackman
  • Rightfully tipped for greatness.

    Sunday Times
  • Unflinchingly honest but tempered by its humanity, this is a novel for our times...

  • An extremely readable and fascinating dual narrative about the expulsion of East African Ugandans under Idi Amin in the 70s and the journey taken by Sameer, born in modern day Leicester, to understand his familial legacy.

    Pandora Sykes
  • [A] sprawling and epic dual narrative, spoke of her lived experience, but that which she'd seldom seen in the books she read: a story of cross-generational divides, and being both Black and South Asian ... It's woven together with gentle urgency; sensitive and with a rare perspective on how our mixed race backgrounds can help form feelings of both internal power and conflict.'

    i-D Magazine

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