6 Reasons Why Jessica Jung's Shine is Flawed as Hell

6 Reasons Why Jessica Jung’s Shine is Flawed as Hell

For those of you who aren’t in the know, Shine is a YA novel about a young Korean girl named Rachel who wants to become a kpop star. Written by Jessica Jung of SNSD fame, it was both touted as a completely fictional piece that would let you live the life of a budding kpop star.

The same Jessica Jung who was part of Kpop royalty during her time at SM Entertainment. And the same Jessica Jung who got embroiled in a scandal which led to her getting blacklisted in the industry. I have no comment on that scandal or about Jessica as a person. I don’t know enough about it to comment.

For Shine, however, I have plenty of opinions.

Fair warning, guys. This is a spoiler talk. It’s not a joke. Click through here and there be spoilers.

If you haven’t read my review of Shine by Jessica Jung, you can check it out here.

If not? Let’s start spoiling some plot points.

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Michael Fassbender as Macbeth

My Favorite Murder-er: Macbeth

You can’t imagine how badly I wish that I could have a guitar intro for this blog. My Favourite Murder is a popular True Crime podcast that discusses a new murder every week. The two hosts, Karen and Georgia, play off each other in a way that makes it seem like you’re sitting with two friends. So here is My Favourite Murder-er, a fictional take on the podcast I love. And this week? I’m here to make a case for Macbeth.

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