Top 3 Books of Taylor Jenkins Reid 

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The works Carrie Soto Is Back, Malibu Rising, Daisy Jones and the Six, and The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo, all written by Taylor Jenkins Reid, have achieved New York Times bestseller status.


Taylor Jenkins Reid is often regarded as the author of this novel. 

Daisy Jones & The Six

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It is set in the music scene of the 1970s and tells the story of a fictional rock band and its captivating lead singer, Daisy Jones, as they rise and fall.


The story is extremely engaging and engrossing due to the novel's unusual format, which features a narrative reminiscent of an interview. It has received a lot of praise for its compelling narrative and well-developed characters, as well as its themes of ambition, love, and the cost of fame.

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The novel has received high praise for its intricate investigation of fame, love, and identity as well as its rich narrative.

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Through a series of interviews with journalist Monique Grant, it follows the life of the legendary Hollywood actress Evelyn Hugo as she reveals the truth about her seven marriages.

The book offers a thought-provoking examination of the sacrifices made in pursuit of success and delves into the complexities of Evelyn's relationships. It has received praise from critics for its well-drawn characters and compelling plot.

Open Hands

The most recent novel by Reid has received a lot of praise and enthusiasm. It is set in Malibu in the 1980s and follows the Riva siblings—Nina, Jay, Hud, and Kit—on a whirlwind day leading up to their annual summer-end party.

Malibu Rising

The dynamics of a celebrity family, their relationships, their secrets, and the difficulties they face in confronting their past and defining their future are the subject of the book.

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"Malibu Rising," which has garnered praise from both readers and critics for its vibrant setting and well-developed characters, has established its place among Taylor Jenkins Reid's best works.

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