Big dreams, rivalries and romance collide in this must-read
YA novel for K-pop fans everywhere!
'I'm still giddy
over this electrifying, big-hearted, all-kill smash of a debut.
I couldn't put it down.' BECKY ALBERTALLI, author of Simon
vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda
'The delectable K-pop
confessional we've all been waiting for ... frothy bubble tea
of a book.' NEW YORK TIMES
'[A] riveting tale of friendship,
love, and passion' TEEN VOGUE
Candace is your average Korean-American teen - who can't
believe her luck when she's picked from thousands of auditionees
to travel to Seoul and train to become a K-pop star.
only one problem: she's really not cut out for it. The
language is hard, the girls are mean, and the number-one rule is
NO DATING - which proves impossible after she meets superstar idol
One.J and fellow trainee YoungBae.
In the battle to debut,
Candace must decide whether a spot in the most hyped K-pop girl
group of all time is really worth risking everything ...
A YA romantic coming-of-age novel about big dreams, rivalries
and friendship, set against the vibrant landscape of Seoul,
* A must for any K-pop fan: a behind-the-scenes look at the Korean
pop industry, whilst exploring themes of expectations, female empowerment
* Stephan Lee is a Korean-American writer, YA enthusiast and ardent
Publisher: Chicken House Ltd
Number of pages: 400
Weight: 270 g
Dimensions: 199 x 138 x 24 mm