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Reviewed by Luwi Nyakansaila for Readers' Favorite
Emma Chan and Naomi Lin are best friends who attend the same school, share a love for music, and often compete in the same competitions. Despite these similarities, their lives couldn't be more different. Naomi is always busy and does not find much pleasure in her achievements. She feels numb from the daily routine and the pressure to succeed. Her parents are always proud of her accomplishments and remind her of their love for her. On the other hand, Emma struggles every day to reach Naomi's level. She has low self-esteem, and her parents are always arguing. They blame her for every problem, and their marriage is on the verge of collapse. When Emma and Naomi decide to collaborate in a competition, the challenges in their lives and the true nature of their friendship become apparent. Will they find true happiness and learn to believe in themselves? Discover the answer in Stuck In Her Head by Kylie Wang and Liana Tang.
Stuck In Her Head is an inspiring story that takes readers on an emotional rollercoaster. The book explores various social issues that young adult readers will relate to, including Naomi's fear of following her dreams and Emma's struggle for perfection while dealing with her parents' disagreements. The story is set in Hong Kong, which is a unique touch that adds to the book's charm. Kylie Wang and Liana Tang use their personal experiences to introduce readers to the lifestyle and culture of Hong Kong residents. The story is thought-provoking and will resonate with many teenagers. Overall, I enjoyed reading Stuck In Her Head and highly recommend it to anyone who wants to read a well-written and emotionally engaging story.