No Land’s Man by Aasif Mandvi
It’s really non-fiction(ish), as Aasif admits up front that the stories are not necessarily 100% true. He’s a comedian, I assume he took some liberties to up the comedic value of some of these stories, and that is fine. I don’t think that point detracts from the book it all. It is a warm, charming, insightful, and funny look at growing up an Indian kid displaced from his culture in both the UK and USA.