Daisy Jones & The Six is a novel by Taylor Jenkins Reid about the rise and fall of a legendary 1970s rock band. Told in interview format, the story follows singer Daisy Jones and her group of talented musicians as they achieve meteoric success before descending into alcohol-fuelled chaos. With an unforgettable cast of characters and vividly drawn scenes, Daisy Jones & The Six is both a snapshot of life in the 1970s music scene and an exploration of human nature.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who loves a good rock n’ roll story. It’s also perfect for readers who are interested in the behind-the-scenes dynamics of bands and music scenes.
- The story is told in interview format, which makes it unique and interesting.
- The cast of characters is unforgettable.
- The scenes are vividly drawn.
- The book may be too dense for some readers.
- The author’s Note at the end of the novel feels like a cop-out.
- Some readers may find the story predictable.
Learn more about the author
Taylor Jenkins Reid is the author of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and Daisy Jones & The Six. Born in Los Angeles, she now lives in New York City with her husband and son.
“Daisy Jones & The Six is so much more than just a book about the rise and fall of a legendary 1970s rock band. It’s an exploration of human nature, set against the backdrop of one of the most exciting and turbulent times in recent history.”
“An absolutely riveting novel about the friendship and rivalry between1975s biggest rock band. Daisy Jones & The Six is a nonfiction book told in an interview format, making it feel like youre right there in the room with the characters themselves. Filled with nostalgia for classic rock music and debauchery of70ss Hollywood, this story is one youll never forget.”
“I could not put this book down! I loved the format of it being told in interviews and really felt like I got to know all the characters. The story was so interesting and had me hooked from beginning to end.”
“One of the most addictive and mesmerizing books I have ever read.”