MSt alumna Daisy Johnson’s novel “Sisters” reviewed in the Observer, New York Times.

MSt alumna Daisy Johnson’s novel Sisters was reviewed in the Observer, and in the New York Times.

From the Observer

“… Daisy Johnson is the demon offspring of Shirley Jackson and Stephen King, her work a dark torrent of nightmarish images, her gothic vision startlingly vivid and distinctive.”

From the New York Times;

“Sisters” is a gripping ordeal, a relentlessly macabre account of grief and guilt, identity and codependency, teenage girls and their mothers. “