Refuge charts the deeply moving lifetime relationship between a Iranian and a daughter, seen through the prism of global immigration. Beautifully written, full of insight, charm, and humour, the novel subtly exposes the parts of ourselves that get left behind in the wake of diaspora and ultimately asks: Must home always be a physical place, or can we find it in another person?
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