Sisters by Daisy Johnson review — Spooky, sensuous, sensational: a tale of two sisters

In the space of two books Daisy Johnson has built such a strong game in certain areas — mothers and daughters, isolated homes, the creepier workings of the human body — that pretty soon writing about any of those things will look like a pale imitation of her. After her exceptional story collection Fen and her debut novel Everything Under, which made her the youngest person shortlisted for the Booker prize at 27 years old, she has opted not to take a break to let her contemporaries catch up, but to publish a second novel that should see her consolidate her grip on power.

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