*THE MUST-READ OF THE SUMMER*
‘If you enjoyed Daisy Jones and The Six, this will be a big hit with you too‘ Red
‘Utterly transporting, it’ll inspire a folk-tinged soundtrack for the summer’Stylist
IT WAS THE SUMMER OF 1969
Rising singer-songwriters Jane Quinn and Jesse Reid looked untouchable.
Captivating crowds in festival meadows, lighting up turntables, intoxicating fans from coast to coast.
It was a connection that inspired the greatest love songs.
But nothing lasts forever.
Beneath the hits that made them, a dark secret threatened to break them. Now it’s time to hear the whole story, finally revealed in Jane’s iconic album, Songs in Ursa Major . . .
‘Moving from New York to Los Angeles to Greece and the Grammys . . . a furious page turner’ Booklist
‘A fabulous read . . . ideal if you liked the movie A Star is Born‘ Good Housekeeping
‘Splashy, engrossing reading.Â SONGS IN URSA MAJOR pure sun-soaked summer fun’ Kate Quinn
‘A love letter to the ’70s music industry, but it’s so much more than that. It’s a brilliant examination of creativity, sacrifice and what we do for art’ Katherine Heiny