Daisy Jones and The Six
Picked together to observe in 2019 by the times, I news, stylish, heat magazine, Elle, cosmopolitan, red, image magazine and Irish independent, for a while, Daisy Jones & The six were everyplace. Their albums were on each turntable, they sold-out out arenas from Coast to Coast, their sound outlined an era. And then, on 12 July 1979, They split. no one ever knew why. They could not believe their luck until it ran out. this can be their story of the first days and also the wild nights. However, everybody remembers the reality otherwise.
The only factor all of them understand as expected is that from the instant daisy Jones walked barefoot. On to the stage at the whiskey, the band was irrevocably changed. creating music is rarely near to music. And typically it is hard to tell where the sound stops and also the feelings begin. An enormously engaging, and utterly believable tale of rock and roll excess. Inventive, persuasive and utterly satisfying.’ Dylan Jones, I spent a lost weekend in this book. daisy Jones is a moment icon.’
Erin Kelly “daisy Jones & The six is a transporting novel – right away a love story, a glimpse into the flammable inner workings of a rock-and-roll band, and a pitch-perfect recreation of the music scene of the Fleetwood waterproof era. You’ll never wish it to finish. Cecilia Ahern ‘once in a long time you get to find a book you finish up pressing upon several people to read. Taylor Jenkins Reid has every nuance, each detail precise and Right. I treasured each word.’ Paul Rees‘so brightly written I believed all the characters were real… Could not place it down’ Edith bowman the exciting haze of the 70s music scene, and a superbly flawed daisy combine to form a fresh, rock N roll read. I loved it.’ Ali land, author of Good me bad me.
About the Author
Taylor Jenkins Reid is the author of many novels, including The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo and Forever, Interrupted. She lives in Los Angeles along with her husband, their girl, and their dog.
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