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  • 70's rock n roll lifestyle

    The story is told by all the members of the bands through interviews, which I found really different and a great way to tell the story. I felt like I was reading a rolling stone article with the insights into the world at the time of the making of their album. The characters are frustrating at times, but authentic. The book was an easy, enjoyable read and immersed me in the era entirely.

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  • Pretty good but does not live up to rave reviews

    I enjoyed the book but found it dragged a lot in spots. The only reason I persisted was because of the high ratings from reviewers, so I thought it had to pick up pace at some point. It did but I still wouldn't give it a five star rating. Quite enjoyable as a light, holiday read but don't expect anything original or complex in writing.

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  • Definitely not recommended

    I really don't get the good reviews. This book is written dreadfully. The characters are indistinguishable from each other, characateurs rather than fleshed out realised individuals and wildly unpleasant and frankly, forgettable. Even whilst reading it, I would have been hard pushed to give an accurate list of who was whom. The titular Daisy isn't a strong female role model, she is merely a tool for the male protagonist's sobriety journey. The style of the book could have worked really well but the way the 'interviews' were edited together- sometimes line by line- made the overall impact weak and messy. I really didn't enjoy this.

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  • Great read

    Love the way this book was written. It was easy to read and gripping. It felt real.

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