(E–pub/Pdf) Daisy Jones The Six By Taylor Jenkins Reid

Just thinks it s funny to make me hate hyped books idk This didn t touch me whatsoever I was bored and the story and some actions of the characters me whatsoever I was bored and the story and some actions of the characters repetitive to the point that I skipped some paragraphs Everything was so predictable and dialogues ven felt pretentious sometimes Trying to be meaningful while actually being pseudo deep like 80% of tumblr u knowSure this had some great uotes and some funny bits in it but that s about it Anyone lse furious that the songs in the book aren t actual songs that the songs in the book aren t actual songs can stream right now CAUSE I AM Daisy Jones the Six is a masterpiece Incredible Intoxicating Unforgettable Truly one of the most remarkable stories I have ver had the pleasure of reading The moment I finished I had to immediately start from the beginning again I refused to let go And yes I did read it twice in a rowCW substance abuseaddiction abortionSet in the mid sixties late seventies Daisy Jones The Six transports readers to the most iconic age of rock n roll The atmosphere and story composition create and authentic tale that I almost refuse to believe isn t real Taylor Jenkins Reid i IS THIS AS GOOD AS THE SEVEN HUSBANDS AS THE SEVEN HUSBANDS EVELYN HUGOThat was my main uestion when I picked up this book Sadly no There was a lot of potential but I felt like the story wasn t flesh out nough I highly recommend listening to this one as an audiobook due to the format interviews Reminded me a bit of A Star Is Born but maybe less tragic and with a very confident main female character The characters were definitely attaching but. A Go Go The sex and drugs are thrilling but it’s the rock 'n' roll she loves most By the time she’s twenty her voice is getting noticed and she has the kind of heedless beauty that makes people do crazy things Also getting noticed is The Six a band led by the brooding Billy Dunne On the ve of their first tour his girlfriend Camila finds out she’s pregnant and with the pressure of impending fatherhood and fame Billy goes a little wild on the road Daisy and Billy. Another winner of mine Truly I Loved This Book And loved this book and the uniue original intriguing captivating writing styleFelt like I watched an amazing documentary while I m reading an xhilarating book It s an unforgettable ride with Full Of Not Much Sex But Too of not much sex but too drugs and rockroll I love the lyrics specially Impossible woman Regret me and Turn it off and of course A Hope Like You Welcome To The 70 S World hope like you Welcome to the 70 s world the rising of a rock band smashing Cabaret: A Roman Riddle egos of group membersmotional turmoils pain of creativity and performingI loved the forbidden love story I love all the characters they were flawed natural fighting with their demons by their own ways I have to congratulate the writer who successfully brings back 70 s rock and roll atmosphere objectively without any xaggeration I loved this book I l I will never stop cryingCheck out my book review The audiobook was so sick and the last line brought tears to my yes I know many people loved this book and it s not as if I don t see why but this choice of narration just really didn t work for me I found Reid s The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo absolutely riveting from the very first chapter but I thought the decision to write this book ntirely in interview transcripts made it really boring and motionlessDaisy Jones The Six is All Roads Lead Home essentially a band documentary transcript I m sure most of you have seen a band documentary before Former band members their managers and their friends are all interviewed and t Apparently I read a different book thanveryone lse Or maybe my brain. Everyone knows Daisy Jones The Six The band's album Aurora came to define the rock 'n' roll ra of the late seventies and an ntire generation of girls wanted to grow up to be Daisy But no one knows the reason behind the group's split on the night of their final concert at Chicago Stadium on July 12 1979 until now Daisy is a girl coming of age in LA in the late sixties sneaking into clubs on the Sunset Strip sleeping with rock stars and dreaming of singing at the Whisky. I felt like there should have been 300 Pages Of Interview Is Uite ShortOverall pages of interview is uite shortOverall would recommend but not a favorite Video review AM SO EMOTIONAL i finally got my hands on the audio of this and it is verything i thought it would be the authenticity the intrigue the drama this and it is The Mephisto Threat (Paul Tallis everything i thought it would be the authenticity the intrigue the drama rock n roll themotion this is a masterpiece and the six are the life and soul of this story i CANNOT wait for the day when their songs become streamable on spotify there has been some sort of mistake this book is labelled as fiction but that cant be right there is no way these people arent real and nothing you say will convince me otherwise daisy jones the six were the greatest rock n roll band of the 70s and thats the tea henny but in all seriousness TJR is taking this genre of faux biographiesinterviews and really making it a thing but specifically her thing between this and the seven husbands of velyn hugo there is proof that fiction will forever be appealing than nonfiction no real life vent could be told like the way TJR tells her stories i am just in awe of her capabilities as an author daisy jones the six is so uniue so dgy so sexy so daring so raw its verything i could want and hope for from a story about a rock n roll band and if i had such an amazing Just Cause experience reading this i cantven imagine what listening to the audiobook will be like i kind of wish i had done that first just because of how the story is presented as a compilation of commentary from interviews its gonna blow my tiny little mind i honestly cant wait 5 stars. Cross paths when a producer realizes that the key to supercharged success is to put the two together What happens next will become the stuff of legend The making of that legend is chronicled in this riveting and unforgettable novel written as an oral history of one of the biggest bands of the seventies Taylor Jenkins Reid is a talented writer who takes her work to a new level with Daisy Jones The Six brilliantly capturing a place and time in an utterly distinctive voice. .

Daisy Jones The Six

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