Few have experienced a more precipitous learning curve than Ayaan Hirsi
Ali. Somalia’s most famous (or notorious, depending on your perspective)
emigrant has completed a second autobiography, Nomad, at the
relatively young age of forty. If her life continues to be as eventful
as it has been until now—and her round-the-clock security regime does
its job properly—we may see many more memoirs penned by the brave and
articulate Hirsi Ali.