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Daisy Jones & The Six by: Taylor Jenkins Reid

pop review

This book is a prime example of Hollywood pushing garbage into our faces and telling us it’s pumpkin pie.

Okay, maybe garbage is the wrong word, but lord have mercy…

When I first heard that Reese Witherspoon and Amazon Prime was interested in this book I thought I’d give it a try.

that was a mistake!

Or as Julia Roberts said in Pretty Woman: “big mistake. big. huge!”

At best, this book held my attention for the first couple of chapters due to the 70’s references seemed to be time period accurate and appropriate, another draw for me was the fact that this is loosely based off the 1975 merger of Fleetwood Mac with Lindsey Buckingham and Stevie Nicks.

After that not so much.

To be fair to Taylor Jenkins Reid this book was well written, definitely well researched which caused me to raise the rating to ⭐⭐⭐ instead of the two I had originally given it.

I don’t want to go so far as to say that this BOOK is a waste of time or money, but it just wasn’t for me.

This is my problem with Daisy Jones and The Six:

Everything in this book was easy, becoming a rock star, touring, recording an album, not to mention the rehab. ***kicking drug and alcohol addiction is not easy, anyone who has suffered through this living hell will almost be insulted at the thoughtlessness that went into this part of the story.

If you want to skip the book I’m sure it will be airing on Amazon soon, if you would like to read it there is a link to buy below.

Thanks for reading!

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