However, Coming Down Again is his debut novel.
It tells the story of a young Iranian boy called Asha. His dreams are of fame and stardom. To be specific of rockstar fame and stardom.
But he lives in Tehran, the capital of Iran, with all that that entails.
His prize possession is his cherry-red electric guitar and though he loves the city of his birth, he knows that, in order to become a rock star, he must leave the city and his country and move to London, where he would be able, he believes, to pursue his ambition of being a guitar playing rock star.
The book will resonate with everyone who was ever filled with teen angst and heartbreak, even if they happened not to have lived in Iran.
The wrong music, the wrong clothing, it all seems so intense, so real and so powerful, as this book takes us back to a time when music meant everything, so long as it was not the wrong kind of music.
The book is published by Matador at £8.99 and can be bought at https://goo.gl/wdCFDG.