So, mixed feelings here, to say the least. I have been hearing a lot about Maurene Goo’s books in recent oaths; not only has the marketing been great, but it bounces off of the popularity of K-Pop and brings some much-needed diversity to the YA lit world. Who wouldn’t like that?
K-Pop (and K-Dramas) is a lavish, beautiful (on the outside) industry that lends itself perfectly to YA storytelling. With the competitive, captivating world that propels the great machine, there is guaranteed drama and angst. While all of Goo’s book boasts