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|Book Name:||Daisy Jones & The Six|
|Author:||Taylor Jenkins Reid|
|PDF Size:||2.38 MB|
|ePub Size||1.03 MB|
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Daisy Jones and the Six were seemingly ubiquitous for a brief period of time. Their albums were played on every turntable, they were able to sell out arenas from coast to coast, and their sound came to characterise an entire era. After that, on July 12th, 1979, they parted ways.
No one has ever explained why. To this point.
They competed against one another in everything they did but were also lovers and friends. They couldn’t believe it when it started working for them, but eventually it ran out. This is their account of the early days and the wild nights, but everyone has a different recollection of the events that actually took place.
Their lives were altered in a way that cannot be reversed ever since Daisy Jones appeared onstage at the Whisky bar wearing nothing but her bare feet. This is the only thing that they can agree on.
Making music never involves thinking about the music by itself. And there are times when it can be difficult to differentiate between the sound and the feelings that are being experienced.
About Taylor Jenkins Reid Author
In addition to writing four other books, Taylor Jenkins Reid is the author of Carrie Soto Is Back, Malibu Rising, Daisy Jones & The Six, and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, all of which have been best sellers on the New York Times bestseller list. The city of Los Angeles is her home.
Daisy Jones & The Six Book Summary
The events of Daisy Jones & The Six, which take place between the middle of the 1960s and the late 1970s, take readers back to the era of rock and roll that is considered to be its golden age. The setting and the way the story is told come together to create a tale that feels so real to me that I almost can’t accept that it’s not! Taylor Jenkins Reid is a fiction writing master because her characters have the uncanny ability to enchant readers and find a permanent place in their hearts. Her novels have many facets, and they are unlike any other books that I have read, particularly because Daisy Jones relates her life story in the form of oral history.
Powerful Female Characters
All of the female characters in this book are extremely strong and active. There are a lot of powerful messages about empowering women, not taking anyone else’s sh*t, supporting other women, and taking credit where credit is due. As we delve deeper into each of the characters’ individual narratives, we find that even the minor supporting cast members have a great deal more depth than is typical of supporting characters. In addition, the relationships among all of the women (Karen and Daisy, Karen and Camila, Camila and Daisy – even Daisy and little Julia made my heart swell!) are pure, one of a kind, and genuine. I could not be more pleased with the outstanding investigation into the lives of women, and this is especially true considering the plot involves something of a love triangle.
The examination of addiction had a profoundly moving effect on me as well. It is a condition that is very near and dear to my heart, and I am so, so pleased with how Taylor Jenkins Reid captured the gloomy and debilitating nature of the illness. The narratives about Billy and Daisy’s addictions, taken together, shed light on the glamorization of drugs during this time period without, themselves, contributing to that glamorization. This book tells the unvarnished truth about substance abuse, while at the same time it exudes an air of hope and recovery for those who may be in an environment and position similar to the one described in the book. This book is without a doubt one of the best fictional accounts of addiction that has ever been told, and I will defend it to the very end.
Other Notable Things
There are very few things I don’t like about this book, and even those things, when weighed against all of the positive aspects of the story, are relatively insignificant. Despite the fact that I thought the main plot twist wasn’t all that shocking and that the ending could have been stronger in comparison to the rock-solid build up, I’m not the least bit bothered by either of those things because I’m so enchanted by this book.
To summarise, you should read Daisy Jones and the Six. Get ready to have your assumptions challenged by the narrative of a band that set out to alter the world and succeeded in doing so.