Reviews

  • I totally fell for Taylor Jenkins Reid’s engaging recreation of the 70s rock 'n' roll scene . . . this novel has a lot of heart.

    Good Housekeeping
  • Utterly refreshing - and too charming not to love

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  • It’s mostly set in the Seventies, an era that Jenkins Reid conjures like a Tarantino film. The counterculture, the drugs, the parties, the promiscuity, the terrible relationships. It’s also about how some people can be stars, and others can’t, and the addictive lure of fame. Jenkins Reid has arranged this as an oral history, so we see the story of the band’s rise to excess from many points of view. You keep wondering: how far can this go? How crazy will things get? This is the Seventies. Pretty crazy. Hugely readable.

    Evening Standard
  • I completely forgot that Daisy Jones and The Six was a fictional book and not a real story. The cast of characters with different narrators portraying them made it feel so real. One of my favourite audiobooks of all time.

    Pop Sugar
  • Chances are that by the end of the year you’ll want to track down Daisy’s music and play it, even though the fabulous 1970s songbird never existed.

    Writing Magazine

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