Author Tina Athaide has recently published a new book called Orange for the Sunsets which is inspired by the Ugandan Asian crisis.

From Quill and Quire:

“Athaide does a wonderful job bringing the mounting tension, stark racial divide, political scare tactics, and brutal history of Amin’s dictatorship to light; similarities to the world today make this an even more harrowing read. The Entebbe-born British-Indian writer – who left Uganda for England with her family just after Amin came to power in 1971 and then immigrated to Canada in 1976 – drew on research, interviews, and memories to construct the story, written from the alternating perspectives of Asha and Yesofu.”

See the trailer for Orange for the Sunsets here.

Book cover orange for the sunsets