Logathasan Tharmathurai author of The Sadness of Geography
This week on the Richard Crouse Show Podcast: In January 1985, at the age of eighteen, Logathasan Tharmathurai left his home in Sri Lanka in a desperate bid to build a new life for himself and his family abroad after a deeply traumatic encounter with a group of Sinhalese soldiers. The story of his terrifying and often astonishing journey includes a refugee camp, being smuggled across international borders, living with drug dealers, being imprisoned, and more… the entire story is in his new book The Sadness Of Geography.
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