Putney chosen as a Best Book of the Year 2018
Posted on: 09-01-2019 | Category: Articles & Interviews

Andrew Marr in the New Statesman

I “hugely enjoyed Putney by Sofka Zinovieff, about sexual obsession in the freethinking 1970s, and the anti-paedophilia world of today. It is beautifully written and genuinely shocking; it’s as if Nabokov had given Lolita eyes and a very clear voice.”


Alex Preston in The Observer

“Smart and furiously gripping.”


Cressida Connolly in The Spectator

“The best novel of 2018, by far.”