Reviews

  • A short, sharp explosion of a gothic thriller whose tension ratchets up and up to an ending of extraordinary lyricism and virtuosity.

    Observer *Fiction to Look Out for in 2020*
  • Exhilarating... exploring the complexities of sisterhood ... A masterful follow up to her debut, Johnson's novel is quietly terrifying and certainly an apt read for 2020

    Evening Standard
  • A short, sharp shock of a book ... Johnson's lyrical prose and knack for conjuring unsettling moments makes for an impressive read. Sisters will, I suspect, be a big hit.

    Spectator
  • A dark, slippery, psychological, gothic horror tale ... with a rhythmic, visceral energy

    Sunday Times
  • One of the rare novels that balances an almost-uncomfortable level of tension with gloriously stylish prose throughout. There's an element of escapism in the profoundly creepy, and the masterful claustrophobia of Sisters will deliver you from your own.

    Jessie Gaynor, Lithub
  • Daisy Johnson's extraordinary second novel, Sisters, a short, sharp virtuoso tale of literary horror with a stop-you-in-your-tracks ending that casts the entire novel in a different light.

    Alice O'Keeffe, Bookseller
  • An uncanny, Gothic tale ... Deeply unnerving and unnervingly prescient.

    Olivia Marks, Vogue
  • Johnson uses words like some artists use paint, saturating her sentences with images and sensations in ways that lend a delirious, sensorial quality to her writing.

    Daily Mail
  • A blistering read. An exquisitely rendered exploration of sibling love and rivalry that rattles the core.

    author of Nudibranch
  • I LOVE THIS BOOK! Explosive, dark, weird and utterly compelling... There are few writers as talented as Daisy. After reading Sisters, I binged on Fen and Everything Under and am now obsessed.

    author of The Doll Factory

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