“Sisters” ends with a magnificent twist: Daisy Johnson’s new novel is reviewed in The Boston Globe

At the beginning of “Sisters” by British writer Daisy Johnson, the reader learns that something terrible has happened on the tennis courts at a school in Oxford. Two teenage sisters are involved in an incident as a result of bullying. Their mother, Sheela, who struggles with depression, has whisked them away to their aunt’s house on the North York Moors — the kind of haunted setting that instantly sets the stage for a gothic thriller. One of the first descriptions of the house, seen from the car window as they arrive, evokes an unkempt place: “Dirty white, windows sunk into the brick.”

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