A wonderful book in a timely release after the recent films featuring music stars: ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and ‘A Star is Born’. Daisy is a talented and precocious young woman, growing up in LA in the sixties. Her dysfunctional home leaves her looking for meaning elsewhere and she longs for the ability to make the world listen to her. She joins musician brothers Billy and Graham and together with the other band members they chart their path to fame. This was the era of the new phenomenon of the rock star: the glamour, the drugs and the heady feeling that old boundaries could be broken and a new, more permissive society created. Jenkins Reid engrosses her readers with a story that seems so authentic that it’s like reading about actual, existing people. The format is written like an interview transcript, and the characters are multi-faceted and complex. It is highly recommended.