Nell Zink

Pam, Daniel, and Joe might be the worst punk band

Reviews of Doxology

    • Praise for Mislaid and The Wallcreeper:
    • ‘Mislaid is that oft-discussed, rarely spotted phenomenon – a Great American Novel. It catapults Zink straight into the company of not only Franzen, but also Donna Tartt and Philip Roth, Tom Wolfe and John Irving. Zink takes her big-name predecessors in her stride and goes that bit weirder … An extraordinary talent’ Daily Telegraph
    • ‘One of the most exciting debut novels that will be published this year’ Guardian
    • ‘Her novels are two of the most audacious and exciting I’ve read in a long time’ Independent
    • Praise for Nicotine:
    • ‘Hard as nails and soft as tears, this is Zink’s best yet’ Monocle
    • ‘Zink writes with a joyful recklessness – the sense that maybe she did write this novel in three weeks – that makes her one of the freshest talents around’ Joe Dunthorne, Guardian
    • ‘Her sentences are like cigarettes: the first few are dizzying and not always pleasant, but before you know it, you’re hooked. Nicotine is a very funny book that has very serious things to say about the hypocrisies of millennial attitudes to love and power and desire’ Daily Telegraph