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  • When British-Somali writer Nadifa Mohamed sought to draw on her father’s life as a colonial subject for her first novel, she never dreamed he would unravel the tale of a modern-day Odysseus - and lift the lid on parts of the British Empire the history books often forget.

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  • 08-11-21

The best podcast I've ever listened to!

It's 4 am where I am right now, so I'll keep my review short, hoping to flush it out when I'm better rested. Everything about it is perfect and so pleasingly done. The creator's voice: not too much nor too loud, expertly allowing these voices to be heard. The content: episode after episode revealing so much fascinating history, yet the entire time you realize a person just like you was ripped to shreds by the actions of others.