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Taylor: Era by Era

By Caroline Sullivan




Taylor Swift is one of the most accomplished musical artists of her time.  Taylor: Era by Era covers the evolution of Taylor Swift’s career, her albums, the stories behind the songs, and the behind-the-scenes drama.

As a relatively new fan, I found the book entertaining and enlightening.  While long-time Swifties may already know most of this information, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I discovered some new songs and spent a lot of time on Spotify listening to those I had not heard before, and even revisiting some of the ones I had!

Overall, the biography written by author and journalist Caroline Sullivan is positive but does not break any new ground, mainly referencing publicly available information. I would recommend it to anyone who wants an introduction to Taylor Swift and her career.

As a US reader, my only frustration was the use of the European date format (DD.MM.YYYY), and there are naturally many references to dates in the book. My favorite part was hearing about speculations on the subtle and not-so-subtle messages in many of Swift’s songs.

The narrator, Katelyn Levering, did a good job with pacing, tone, and delivery. Her performance kept me engaged throughout the book. I highly recommend listening to this informative book.

Thanks to Netgalley and Dreamscape Media for an advance reading copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

Publisher    Dreamscape Media

Published   June 6, 2024

Narrated    Katelyn Levering

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