It ended up as a good book. In the beginning, story was a slow starter. I didn't really like the idea of a story being as an interview. I got hung up on who said and did what. Instead of looking at it as a story about the band.
The dynamics of Daisy and Billy were very polarizing but their personalities and what they wanted were the same.
Karen and Graham meant to be? But in the end looking for something totally different.
For the rest of the band, brothers, managers, etc.. you can tell it was hard for them to follow people to make this great band and babysit too.
It is very easy to feel it is about a real band. Someone said it put them in mind of Fleetwood Mac, which I love. I could picture DJ &The Six that way too. And once I started reading like that it created a kind of groupie life for me.
What was very interesting to find out, who was writing this piece and why. How they fit in with the band. Then the pieces started to fit together. It was great to find out what everyone was up too. And how they handled walking away from that life. What and why did they?
Daisy Jones & The Six had its moments. Was rooting for them throughout. I was annoyed at some of the stuff that was done. But if someone is feeling all these emotions I think it's worth looking into.
I give Daisy Jones & The Six 4
not because of the story being interviews. But being that the chapters were so long that it made me want to skim the rest of book. Which I did and came back to fill in the blanks. Made it very hard to want to continue.
I read this book on the chatter that was given. Not disappointed. But am looking into Taylor Jenkins Reid's book Seven Husbands for Evelyn Hugo. Another read with a lot of reviews.