Review || Daisy Jones & The Six

For a while, Daisy Jones & The Six were everywhere. Their albums were on every turntable, they sold out arenas from coast to coast, their sound defined an era. And then, on 12 July 1979, they split. Nobody ever knew why. Until now.

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I really loved this book. Five out of five stars, holy moly, I just can’t even. I am floored.

I finished this book a couple of days ago, late at night because I just had to finish it. Honestly that hasn’t happened in a long time. I just sat there afterwards in a combination of shock and amazement. This book honestly blew me away. I had this weird realization at that moment that this was the best book I’d read in a long time and it’s also been a long time since a book left me in such a raw state of emotion. I don’t think I’ve cried so much in a book, and felt so much turmoil for so many characters in a really long time.

I’m not really sure how to talk about this book, other then to tell you that it was amazing. Though after I snapped out of my speechlessness I quickly typed some hurried notes on my phone and I think I’m going to leave you with them. So you can see my direct thoughts after finishing the book.

Warning for swearing and also these are the delirious thoughts of an emotional reader.

  • Holy hell.

  • WTF!

  • So many emotions.

  • Why isn’t this a real band, why aren’t these characters real.

  • I spent the entire last section crying.

  • This was both heartbreaking and hopeful.

  • Why can’t I listen to their music.

  • This is a masterpiece.

  • Both covers are so pretty.

  • How do I live my life after this?

  • I’m floored.

  • I’m shook.

  • Ahhh.

  • The hype is real.

  • Am I ever going to stop crying?

Let’s Chat

Have you read Daisy Jones & The Six? What did you think? Are you now emotionally destroyed too? Are you planning on reading it soon? Let me know.