Daisy Jones & the Six
Drift down sun-bleached streets Lose yourself in the California sound Find beauty in a dirty bar Love like your life depends on it Carry on after the party stops Believe in what you’re fighting for Fall for Daisy Jones and the Six
Drift down sun-bleached streets
Lose yourself in the California sound
Find beauty in a dirty bar
Love like your life depends on it
Carry on after the party stops
Believe in what you’re fighting for
Fall for Daisy Jones and the Six
Publish date: 2019-03-07
Publisher: Cornerstone Digital
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
by Taylor Jenkins Reid The story of an imaginary rock group from the early 1970s as told in interviews with the imaginary characters. This was an interesting read despite the unusual format and most of it was realistic enough that I actually checked to make sure it wasn't a real band. The relation...
This reminded me of a serious version of "This is Spinal Tap" with a lot of Fleetwood Mac sprinkled in. While I enjoyed the fact that it was an epistolary novel because I don't see this writing style done very often, it was hard to connect to the characters due to the format. It also made it incre...
So, I have to say that all in all, I really enjoyed "Daisy Jones & The Six." I am so glad many of my friends suggested I listen to this via an audiobook. I can definitely understand why many readers DNFed this book though. The interview style format would be a much to try to read. Same reason I gave...
I am so late reviewing this book, but thank goodness nobody was waiting around for my review to convince them to read it. As so many have figured out by now, this is a terrific book. Written in the style of the best Rolling Stone interviews, back when we clamored to read each new issue, this book ju...
This book has a "mockumentary" format. It somewhat reminds me of Eddie & the Cruisers in book form. Except without a central member of the band disappearing under mysterious circumstances.Within the universe of the book, Daisy Jones & The Six was a mega-hit rock band in the late 1970s. Fans were mes...