Somewhere Only We Know by Maurene Goo
4 out of 5 stars
Goodreads Description: 10 00 p.m.: Lucky is the biggest K-pop star on the scene, and she’s just performed her hit song “Heartbeat” in Hong Kong to thousands of adoring fans. She’s about to debut on The Tonight Show in America, hopefully a breakout performance for her career. But right now? She’s in her fancy hotel, trying to fall asleep but dying for a hamburger. 11 00 p.m.: Jack is sneaking into a fancy hotel, on assignment for his tabloid job that he keeps secret from his parents. On his way out of the hotel, he runs into a girl wearing slippers, a girl who is single-mindedly determined to find a hamburger. She looks kind of familiar. She’s very cute. He’s maybe curious. 12:00 a.m.: Nothing will ever be the same.
I received an ARC of Somewhere Only We Know from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. It was just released last week (May 7th).
I had so much fun reading Somewhere Only We Know. I honestly have no knowledge of K-Pop, but it was interesting to learn a little bit about it as I was reading the story. I really liked the characters and the little adventures they went on were fun. I loved their personalities and they had such a great connection too, so it made reading all their banter and dialogue so much fun. SO MUCH FOOD!! Both Lucky and Jack are going through things in their personal lives, so it was nice seeing them let go for a little while and have fun. I also liked watching them grow and change throughout just 24 hours together and figure out what they really want out of life. I thought that was so relateable.
This book is written in two point of views (Lucky & Jack), which I actually really liked. I don’t always like that, but it worked for this story. I liked knowing what was going on in both of their heads throughout the story. It helped to better connect with them both. I thought Somewhere Only We Know was a cute and fun read. I enjoyed it so much! It was nice getting a glimpse into the K-Pop world. I liked Lucky and Jack’s adventures through Hong Kong and makes me really want to travel there one day. I’ve never read any books by Maurene Goo, but I now can’t wait to read more of her books! I would definitely recommend checking this one out.
I think short reviews are my thing lately. I hope you had a great weekend! I am hoping to finish another May ARC this week, so I can get that review posted. I think I have three left after the one I am currently reading. I am crossing my fingers I can read and review them all this month, so in June I can focus more on my alphabet challenge and other books I own. I’ll catch up with your posts and comments in the next day or two. Mondays are usually really busy for me, so hopefully tomorrow. 🙂
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Only skimming your review because I plan to pick this one up very soon. I’m so glad you liked it. Love the sound of two POVs. I’m always on the lookout for more contemporaries that do this.
I really hope you enjoy it when you get the chance to read it! 😀 So fun!
Lovely review, Ashley! I’m so happy you liked this one. I’m just about dying to pick it up soon! ❤ It's great to hear that the dual point of views worked well for you. I'm not always the biggest fan of this either, so it's awesome to hear that you were pleased by its execution!
Thanks, Kelly! I can’t wait to see what you think about Somewhere Only We Know! Hopefully you get to read it soon. 🙂 Yeah, dual point of views don’t always work well for me, so this was great. ❤
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Love review! I’m so excited to read this one, it sounds like such cute an fun read 😊
Thanks! 🙂 I hope you enjoy it when you get the chance to read it.
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