" It always bothered me that Aasif was more than merely funny-he's also a great actor. Now I've learned he's an amazing storyteller as well, and I am furious . . . but also grateful. Aasif's movement between cultures and genres is what makes him and his story singularly funny, poignant, and essential."
-John Hodgman, author of The Areas of My Expertise and More Information Than You Require
"9.3 out of 10. A fast and entertaining read that should take most people no more than a day or two to finish, this comes strongly recommended to both comedy fans and those interested in first-hand looks at the American immigration experience, as well as anyone else looking for a sweet, funny story about nerdom and outsider culture."
-Chicago Center for Literature and Photography
"Aasif is my favorite Indo-Muslim-British- American Daily Show correspondent ever. I loved No Land's Man!"
-Jim Gaffigan, author of Dad Is Fat and Food: A Love Story
"Best Comedy Books of 2014" selection by The Washington Post
"Mandvi's book 'No Land's Man' is a collection of humorous essays that explore his myriad identities: Indian, Muslim, British, and American...The book is a lighthearted but heartfelt portrait of Mandvi's childhood and his struggles to come to terms with his rather complicated life."
-The Boston Globe
"We need more books like this - or rather, we need to read more books like this - in order to understand the fundamental humanity that we all share, regardless of skin color."
"a warm and explosively funny book"
- The New York Times