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With unnerving control, Sahota casts us into the tormented mind of his narrator, Imtiaz, a second-generation immigrant who marries and has a child with an English woman before embracing extremism on a visit to Kashmir. It is refreshing that while Imtiaz is politicised, the book never takes on the angry, pedagogic tone of a newspaper column. It is a sad, nuanced, psychological meditation of the road to a fanaticism that resembles mental disorder. What is also evident is Sahota's ability to write lyrically, and with great literary promise. This is accurate analysis, as relevant to certain natives of the rapidly transforming Muslim world as to those transplanted abroad, of the felt loss of belonging, the aching absence of a "real past", and the corresponding urge to build a substitute narrative Ours Are the Streets has a sprightly pace, rich characterisation and a distinct voice, and its scenes are tightly controlled.