How does a kid go from scrapping and clawing in the slums of Soweto to interviewing President Barack Obama?
How does anyone turn lemons into lemonade?
The Daily Show host, Trevor Noah delivers his most articulate work yet in these memoirs. Born in Apartheid South Africa, to a white man and a black woman, he was evidence of a crime. He chronicles his struggle to fit in. Being part of everything yet nothing at all, at the same time.
In quintessential Trevor Noah humor, he traverses the themes of racism, color, and the intricacies of dual heritage.
It’s a moving, insightful and still hilarious encapsulation of a life still being lived well.