OH MY GOODNESS. This book is an absolute whirlwind that swallows you up whole from start to finish.
If you took the movie “Almost Famous” and mixed it with the very best episodes of “Behind The Music,” then you maybe you could get a fraction of the experience you get by reading this book.
Daisy Jones is young, talented, beautiful and wants to be taken seriously as a musician. When she meets Billy Dunne and the rest of the members of The Six, they join forces to become the biggest band in the world.
What ensues is a wild ride that gives you everything you could want from a book and more! There’s never a false note, the story never lags, and you become so attached to these characters that it feels like losing a friend when you finish the book.
I loved the interview format, and the way the author shows that no two people remember a shared experience the same way.
It’s an absolutely brilliant novel, and after reading The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, I thought there’s no way she could write another book THAT good. But, alas, she did. I am completely in awe of Taylor Jenkins Reid and her ability to write complex, strong, and bad ass women.
Daisy Jones & The Six comes out in March, and I beg you to do yourself a favor and read this book!