Daisy Jones & The Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid full audiobook
Daisy Jones & The SixFirst published 5 march 2019
Daisy Jones & The Six is a captivating novel that transports the reader to the glamorous and turbulent world of rock ‘n’ roll in the 1970s. The novel is written as an oral history, with interviews from the members of the band and other people who were involved in their lives and careers. The novel follows the rise and fall of Daisy Jones, a beautiful and talented singer who joins forces with The Six, a rock band led by Billy Dunne, a charismatic and troubled frontman. Together, they create some of the most iconic songs of the decade, but also face challenges such as addiction, infidelity, jealousy, and creative differences.
The novel is a tribute to the music and culture of the 1970s, with references to real-life bands, artists, and events. The author, Taylor Jenkins Reid, does a remarkable job of creating authentic and memorable characters, each with their own voice and perspective. The novel also explores themes such as sexism, fame, love, friendship, family, and art. The novel is full of drama, humor, romance, and emotion, and keeps the reader hooked until the end.
One of the most impressive aspects of the novel is the song lyrics that are included throughout the book. The songs are original creations by the author, but they sound like genuine hits from the era. The songs reflect the personalities and emotions of the characters, and also advance the plot and reveal important information. The songs are so well-written that they make the reader wish they could hear them performed by the fictional band.
Daisy Jones & The Six is a novel that will appeal to fans of music, history, and storytelling. It is a novel that immerses the reader in a different time and place, and makes them feel like they are part of the band’s journey. It is a novel that celebrates the power and passion of music, and the people who create it.