It feels like an eternity since Eika's life play out like a broken record. A world where idols are the next big thing and, yet Eika is stuck in an ice cream store wondering when the time will strike at 4 pm where her life would go back to the usual cycle she calls as 'life routine'
However, this routine is shattered when the world's one and only idol academy announced that they will hold auditions to be the next big thing.
1000 Applicants. 700 students approximate. Only 50 gets to debut.
Can she make it?
I know this book probably has a weird concept but that's what fiction is for right? This book is inspired by several Japanese and Korean media for 'idols'
This book is magical realism with a mix of comedy and drama in it. (After all, this is a competition between several girls and boys as well)
I'll be grateful if anyone of you takes the time to give insight about the novel. I'll appreciate any critique or comments!