Reviews

  • Evocative, captivating and acutely observed

    Patricia Nicol, Sunday Times
  • Clever... entertaining... elegant

    Rose Wild, The Times
  • It’s surprising there haven’t been more novels drawing on London’s fascination with Russian oligarchs. But how to write about them without it all seeming a bit Jackie Collins? Vesna Goldsworthy has hit on the perfect solution with her witty novel Gorsky

    Viv Groskop, Spectator
  • This is the most enjoyable fiction I’ve come across this year. Gorsky is engaging and, best of all…manages to cast London in a new and softer light. I defy anyone who revelled in Fitzgerald’s original not to have fun with Goldsworthy’s attempt to transpose arguably the greatest American novel back to the old world

    Peter Carty, Financial Times
  • Written with such narrative elegance that you’re led irresistibly on, as with some exquisite dish, from one perfect melting mouthful to the next

    Michael Frayn

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