Vogue – Review of Putney
Posted on 09 JUL 2018, by Laura Bailey

Putney by Sofka Zinovieff. I read this greedily over the course of a day – in a rush-hour taxi, in the brief exhalation between extra time and penalties, and in bed beside my kids with a fan on full blast. On obsession, abuse and atonement via three memory threads with complex and provocative consequences. A powerful – and timely – examination of desire and permission, innocence versus experience. “All children liked secrets, didn’t they..?”