Mohezin Tejani—an Indian Shia Muslim by ancestry—was expelled from Idi Amin’s Uganda in 1972. Torn apart from his family and exiled from his continent of birth, he was left homeless, without sense of his own cultural identity. Over the next three decades on the road, he worked with non-profit agencies, learned a slew of new languages, met fellow cultural nomads in forlorn places, and became involved in some of the world’s most significant historical events. In this entertaining globetrotting memoir, the author travels through five continents in search of a place he can call home. The trials and tribulations of ‘identity shopping’ in the ‘multicultural supermarket’ of today almost bring him to the brink of alienation but, as he discovers over the years, there are many along the road who are ready to lend a helping hand. Join him on his journey as he seeks liberation from his cultural chains and the catharsis of realizing his true identity.