Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid is a book I’ve been seeing people rave about for a while. So, when I spotted it in my local bookstore, I just had to get it. I loved The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by the same author and was super keen to read this book.
Daisy Jones & The Six chronicles the rise of a band of the same name in the seventies and the creation of their stand-out album before the band part and go their separate ways forever. The book is told in interview transcript format with multiple narrators — from band members to people associated with the band and music industry telling their side of the story. I found this format slightly jarring at first but then adjusted to it and found it easy to read. The whole book was like reading one long Rolling Stone article. Continue reading