All Our Names

By Dinaw Mengestu

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Told between Helen, a white social worker in America, and a would-be writer from Ethiopia, living in Uganda and then the U.S., the narrative explores best friends who drift apart during The African Revolution, interracial relationships and what it’s like to be an immigrant in the U.S. Among other storylines.

Perfect for:

  • Those interested in learning about Idi Amin’s Uganda.
  • Readers looking for an East meets West love story.
  • Fans of alternating narrators.
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