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This captivating novel is filled with irresistible characters and brilliantly evokes the time and place. It is my favorite novel of the year. Daily MirrorUniquely inventive and stylish…It is exciting and intoxicating. I also loved Daisy Jones’ effortlessly cool style. This novel is one I will be returning to often. Taylor Jenkins Reid’s engaging recreations of 70s rock ‘n roll was a total hit with Woman & Home. . . This novel is full of heart. Good HousekeepingPart celebrity gossip, part A Star Is Born . . You can read it in one night. Vogue, Best New Books 2019, I devoured DAISY JONES AND THE SIX in one day and fell in love with it. Taylor Jenkins Reid took me back to the magic of 70’s music in a way that I will never forget. They were richly layered characters. Daisy and the band stole my heart. — Reese WitherspoonFascinating . . . You can’t wait for the next chapter. . . This book should be read by everyone. Claudia Winkleman, RADIO 2It is as if a woman took the story from Almost Famous and drenched it with sunshine, sex, and tequila before leaving it for us to enjoy on a rainy Sunday. GraziaThe heady haze from the 70s music scene and a flawed Daisy combine to make a rock n’ roll novel. It was a great read. Ali LandTaylor Jenkins Reid, a brilliant writer, is unforgettable for her characters and deeply personal stories. Her latest book is her most compelling yet. Emily GiffinUtterly plausible . . It was a great entertainment. The TimesI lost a weekend reading this book. Daisy Jones is an instantly iconic figure. Erin KellyA fascinating, believable story of excess rock and roll, made even more fun by the fact that it was written as an oral biography. It is creative, persuasive, and totally satisfying. It’s a joy to use. . . I don’t recall the last time I had such a good book. — The High LowThe characters jump off the pages, seducing and making you want to be a part of the band. Five stars. HeatOnce in awhile, you find a book that you want to encourage others to read. Taylor Jenkins Reid is a master of every nuance and every detail. Every word was a delight. Paul ReesA book that feels like a Netflix documentary meets A Star Is Born, despite it being completely fictional. . . It is also a call to arms that once you have found your niche, don’t hesitate to embrace it. Taylor Jenkins Reid, Emerald StreetWith Daisy Jones has created a legend on the page as well as off it. This book is a zeitgeist book that you should read before the series gets remade. The StylistDAISY JONES & THE SIX novel is a moving read. It’s a love story that reveals the inner workings of a rock and roll band, as well as a perfect recreation of the Fleetwood Mac music scene. It won’t end. Cecelia AhernSo beautifully written, I felt that all the characters were real. . . It was impossible to put down. Edith BowmanBrace is 2019’s first pop culture sensation. . . We are not exaggerating. . . New obsession, incoming . . If you liked Almost Famous, you’ll love it. Stella Magazine, TelegraphBe prepared to be obsessed. The Stylist is a gripping novel. Reader’s Digest Reid’s new novel is brilliantly written, and it’s hard to put down. — PsychologiesAn utterly refreshing and charming novel. Image. It’s set mostly in the Seventies. Jenkins Reid makes it seem like a Tarantino movie. The drugs, the counterculture, the parties and the promiscuity. It also focuses on how stars can become famous and what the lure of fame is like. Jenkins Reid has made this an oral history so that we can see the story from multiple points of view. It’s hard to believe how far this can go. What will happen if things go crazy? This is the Seventies. It’s pretty crazy. It is very easy to read. Evening StandardI totally forgot that Daisy Jones and The Six were fictional books and not real stories. It felt so real because of the cast of characters and different narrators who portrayed them. This is one of my favorite audiobooks. Pop SugarChances is that Daisy’s music will be available for you to listen to by the end the year. — Writing Magazine

Weight 298 kg
Dimensions 12.9 × 2.6 × 19.8 cm












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  1. Armanbeer Dhindsa

    Brilliant service, smooth pages, delivery one day earlier than expected, beautiful cover with the awesome quote right on it, what else is needed!

    Armanbeer Dhindsa

  2. Khushi Dhaulakhandi

    Too good! I love Billy more than anyone in the story!

    Khushi Dhaulakhandi

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