Review: Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Daisy Jones & The Six

Daisy Jones & The Six is the history of a fictional rock band. Taking place in the 70’s we meet Daisy Jones, a hard partying, gorgeous, singer-songwriter. We also meet Billy Dunne, also hard-partying, guitarist and lead singer of the rock band The Six. They happen to be on the same record label. Both struggle with drugs and alcohol. Billy finds himself hitting rock bottom, but thanks to his wife Camilla; he is able to recover, enter rehab and turn his life around for his now growing family. Daisy has had a moderately successful first album singing other people’s songs, but that isn’t what she wants. She wants to create her own music. The Six, after having a small but successful first album and tour is looking to really breakout. Enter their record label.

REVIEW

I originally picked up this book because I had read The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, which I had loved. This book is told in interview style, we don’t know who is doing the interviews until the very end of the novel, which made it a breeze to read. Once I picked up this book I couldn’t put it down, literally I finished this book in one day. Even though it is done in an interview style, each character is fully realized and I almost could hear each different voice in my head. My dad loves to watch music documentaries so I have seen my fair share of them, and I feel like this book fits that world so seamlessly.

This book feels like the perfect summer beach read, now if only their wasn’t a pandemic happening and I could’ve actually enjoy it at the beach.

RATING: 7/10

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