✨Review✨Daisy Jones and the Six ~ Taylor Jenkins Reid

✨Review✨Daisy Jones and the Six ~ Taylor Jenkins Reid

10/7/2021, 10:58:18 PM
✨Review✨Daisy Jones and the Six ~ Taylor Jenkins Reid Before I start this I just want to say that TJR is a PHENOMENAL writer. The ability to create characters that had me believing they were real is remarkable. She writes powerhouse women, the three main female characters were all great. But Karen and Camila stole the show from Daisy for me. Following the band, their rise and subsequent fall was a joy. I forgot that the point of the book was to find out why they separated and just wanted to know more about them (see above me believing they were real). However, for some reason I didn’t LOVE it as much as most others seem too. I can’t really put my finger on why. I think because all I could picture in my head was them being Fleetwood Mac and there’s a few easter eggs in there that made that connection so much easier to imagine. At one point it is said that Daisy had red hair and I was pulled out of my Stevie Nicks-is-Daisy daydream. It didn’t feel like a new story, and I 100% think Scar Tissue has ruined band fiction and non fiction for me 😅. It wasn’t exciting for me to pick up and race through it, I almost DNF’d after the first 150 pages. It got better and I read the last third in a day so i did enjoy it. I think also I was comparing it to my queen Evelyn Hugo, and her and Daisy are completely different characters. Which shows the range of TJR’s writing ability. I also don’t think I liked the interview style, I wanted more from the characters. I didn’t care for Daisy and Billy I wanted more development and background to all the amazing side characters. I’m not sure if the twist was a twist but I guessed most of the ending. Which is always somewhat disappointing. Regardless if you’re after some TJR magic I recommend you pick this one up. I’m going to do a star for this one because I don’t know if my words convey how i felt. I’m torn between three and four so I guess that means ... ✨three.five tw; drug abuse a big thankyou to @samreadsandwatches for sending me this one

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