- Plot- or character-driven? A mix
- Strong character development? Yes
- Loveable characters? Yes
- Diverse cast of characters? No
- Flaws of characters a main focus? Yes
i thought this book was absolutely brilliant. i walked into reading it with a positive mindset as i had been told this book is amazing and it’s beyond that. this book entraps you in a whirlwind of emotions and tense moments (i will admit i cried twice). this story feels so genuine and real to me that if you had told me that i had been lied to and that daisy jones and the six was an actual band, i would have believed you. every decision and conflict throughout the book seemed so raw, along with how addiction was shown and handled.
it was beautiful to see how things worked out for everyone. not only does the book have lovable characters (warren i adore you) but also a lovable storyline. i love how the concept of twin flames vs soulmates were slightly hinted at throughout the book. the love billy has for camila and the love daisy has for billy is unreal and heart wrenching.
i am particularly a sucker for different writing formats so i was really intrigued by the interview style given by the author. i also like how we got to see the main characters struggle to remember things exactly the same due to the effects all the drugs had on them and how in the long run, messed up how they saw things.
i was in awe by the ending of this book along with the reveal of who the, “author” really is. my only wish is that camila gets her song <3
this story is captivating and had my eyes glued to it which is why i gave it 5 stars and claim it as my now favorite book.
please read it if you have the chance, i promise you will love it!
Graphic: Alcoholism, Addiction, Drug abuse, and Drug use
Moderate: Abandonment, Toxic relationship, Mental illness, Gaslighting, Eating disorder, Dysphoria, Drug use, and Drug abuse
Minor: Abortion, Death of parent, Domestic abuse, Vomit, Violence, Sexism, Misogyny, Grief, and Cursing