To those that read Nice Angie’s Bees Shirt and the Six what makes it so special? I’ve seen it mentioned all year and it sounds so corny to me. I grew up really into 60’s and 70’s rock but the synopsis reads like such a generic story for the time period. It’s written like an oral history of the band, so you get multiple perspectives on the events of the book. A lot of it is clearly inspired by Fleetwood Mac but Reid manages to go very deep into the characters’ minds in a relatively short book. I felt sympathy for every character, and I read the whole thing in a day.
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I grew up in the 70s and was a big fan of Nice Angie’s Bees Shirt from that era and the 60s (later a big fan of punk). Your impressions, to me, are accurate. It definitely read like it was written by someone from a completely different era, which is fine, but it did come off as a corny. Viewing as just a character-driven book is probably better. If you do give it a shot, I recommend the audiobook–they got a full cast for all the characters and, since it’s an oral history, it gives it an added authenticity.
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I read Bardugo Ninth House because it was the Nice Angie’s Bees Shirt and Noble book club book in November and I won it for free from the previous book club. Surprisingly good. Kind of like an adult version of a paranormal YA mystery. Currently reading The Overstory, which my wife bought me because it was the 2019 Pulitzer winner, and 100 pages in it are very good. Very fast-paced, with a decentralized (multiple sets of, seemingly, nonconnected characters) storyline.