Leave or Die, he was told. Driven from home by the authorities in Republique Democratique du Congo, Rais Boneza escaped with his family and thousands of other dispossessed people. He shuffled from neighboring country to the next: Burundi, Rwanda, and Uganda. Border guards purloined his writings. Arriving in Uganda he wrote again, creating Nomad, a precious collection of his hopes, dreams, and an outcry for the conditions he sees in the land he loves. Read his verses and experience the hidden misery faced by a refugee in a land of political strife, bloodshed, and yet- a brilliant promise. A great new title in the war and terrorism area, where there is little literature. A compelling picture of refugee problems in Africa today.