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Daisy Jones & the Six Paperback – Jan. 23 2020

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"I devoured Daisy Jones & the Six in a day, falling head over heels for it. Taylor Jenkins Reid transported me into the magic of the 70s music scene in a way I'll never forget. The characters were beautifully layered and complex. . . . Daisy and the band captured my heart, and they're sure to capture yours too." —Reese Witherspoon

"Stylish and propulsive . . . this is easily [Reid's] most sophisticated and ambitious novel. . . . [Daisy Jones & The Six is] a way to love the rock 'n' roll of the 1970s, without apology, without cynicism, bell-bottoms and all." —The New York Times

"Daisy Jones & The Six is just plain fun from cover to cover. . . . Her characters feel so vividly real, you'll wish you could stream their albums, YouTube their concerts and google their wildest moments to see them for yourself." —HelloGiggles

"A work of fiction so steeped in the long-vanished world of 1970s canyon rock, you can almost smell the eucalyptus and the quaaludes." —Entertainment Weekly

"Reid's wit and gift for telling a perfectly paced story make this one of the most enjoyably readable books of the year." —Nylon

"Novels about rock stars rarely work for a simple reason. You are reading a fantasy about a fantasy. . . . Taylor Jenkins Reid, however, has succeeded in creating an utterly believable tale of a band. By the end of Daisy Jones & the Six you want to go and listen to all the mellow classics by the 1970s soft-rock band of the title, which is difficult because they don't exist." —The Times (UK)

"[A] juicy tell-all-style page-turner." —Bustle

"Evocative . . . brilliant." —Romper

"Prepare to fall for Taylor Jenkins Reid's newest novel, Daisy Jones & The Six." —PopSugar

"Reid's novel so resembles a memoir of a real band and conjures such true-to-life images of the seventies music scene that readers will think they're listening to Fleetwood Mac or Led Zeppelin. Reid is unsurpassed in her ability to create complex characters working through emotions that will make your toes curl." —Booklist, starred review

"Reid (The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo) delivers a stunning story of sex, drugs and rock 'n'roll in the 1960s and '70s in this expertly wrought novel. . . . Reid creates both story line and character gold. The book's prose is propulsive, original and often raw. . . . Reid's gift for creating imperfect characters and taut plots courses throughout this addictive novel." —Publishers Weekly, starred review

"Daisy Jones & The Six works. It's big dumb fun. Like a vat of movie popcorn saturated in butter-flavored topping, you inhale the thing against all better judgment." —The Washington Post

"In this era with so much content and stimuli, where we're on the internet while watching TV, what's great about this book is it draws you in, drowns out the noise and you're just focusing on Daisy, Billy and their story." —Associated Press

"Are you looking for an immersive trip back in time to the rock 'n roll of the 70s? Well friends, THIS IS IT. Taylor Jenkins Reid's latest novel, Daisy Jones & The Six, is unique, captivating and filled with characters that'll stay with you weeks after you've turned the last page. . . . This story is filled with twists and turns you won't see coming, many variations of what it means to love and how to make a badass record. Jenkins Reid's ability to tap into so many different characters within one novel is a real testament to her skill. Simply, add Daisy Jones to your to-read list immediately—you won't be disappointed." —BuzzFeed

"The band and the era are so fully realized you'll think you're reading a true story." —Real Simple

"The characters are well drawn, idiosyncratic and believable. . . . A well observed, sensitively told love story. Not a simple tale of lost and found or found and lost. But a messier exploration of what love is, what it costs and how a life lived without it, looks. . . . A great read." —BBC

"I now want to binge on the entire band's back catalogue. . . . It is an evocative page turner, dripping with the glamour and the excess of a period when bands like Fleetwood Mac were channelling their personal frustrations, sexual tensions and aggressions into global domination. . . . It also has plenty to say that is relevant today about women's lives, strength and ambitions; art; addiction; love; infidelity, and the choices we make around motherhood and relationships." —The Irish Times

"The way Jenkins Reid tells the story via oral history will make you wish that somehow, some way the group could come together in real life." —Marie Claire

"Taylor Jenkins Reid is a stunning writer whose characters are unforgettable and whose stories are deeply emotional. Her new book is her most gripping yet." —Emily Giffin

"Reid's writing is addictive and all-consuming. Filled with passion, complexity, and fascinating detail, Daisy Jones & The Six felt so real, I had to remind myself that it was fiction." —Jill Santopolo, author of The Light We Lost 

"From the very first page you know this book is something special. Taylor Jenkins Reid brings insight and poetry to a story that's utterly unique and deeply authentic, one that transports you to world of seventies rock—with all its genius and temptation and creativity—so completely it feels like you're there." —Katherine Center, author of How to Walk Away  

"Raw, emotive, and addictively voyeuristic, Daisy Jones & The Six is imbued with the same anguished heart that fuels the very best rock 'n' roll. Like my favorite albums, this book will live with me for a very long time." —Steven Rowley, author of Lily and the Octopus 

"An explosive, dynamite, down-and-dirty look at a fictional rock band told in an interview style that gives it irresistible surface energy . . . although the real power of this delicious novel is at its tender beating heart. It's an anthem and a ballad and a marvel." —Elin Hilderbrand, author of The Perfect Couple 

About the Author

TAYLOR JENKINS REID is the author of The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, One True Loves, Maybe in Another Life, After I Do, and Forever, Interrupted. She lives in Los Angeles with her husband, their daughter, and their dog.

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  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Random House of Canada (Jan. 23 2020)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • Paperback ‏ : ‎ 400 pages
  • ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 0385692196
  • ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-0385692199
  • Item weight ‏ : ‎ 295 g
  • Dimensions ‏ : ‎ 13.21 x 2.03 x 20.32 cm
  • Customer Reviews:
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Phantom
2.0 out of 5 stars not convinced
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on March 20, 2019
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5.0 out of 5 stars A pleasing read.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Mildly diverting
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5.0 out of 5 stars Fiction but you’ll still google the band at the end anyway!
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1.0 out of 5 stars Nothing more than a lame romance from a teen magazine
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