‘Sisters’ casts a spell, and Daisy Johnson’s ability to make her language twist and turn, to hint and suggest at something much larger, is truly remarkable.

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Review of ‘Sisters’

Daisy Johnson’s control of language keeps the reader utterly engaged in her new novel, Sisters, from the story’s opening words—a list in which each item begins with “My sister is” and ranges from “a black hole” to “a forest on fire”—all the way to the final searing sentences.

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