Daisy Johnson’s new novel Sisters is hotly anticipated in the New York Times

With her debut novel “Everything Under,” Johnson became the youngest author shortlisted for the Booker Prize. Her new book focuses on two teenage sisters, July and September, who arrive with their mother at a desolate house on the eastern coast of England after leaving school for reasons that aren’t entirely clear. The sisters are fiercely close, less than a year apart in age, but their relationship takes on a sinister tone over time. As their circumstances and past come into focus, Johnson delivers a shocking twist.

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