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Kevin Kwan, best-selling author of Crazy Rich Asians and China Rich Girlfriend, is back with an uproarious new novel of a family riven by fortune, an ex-wife driven psychotic with jealousy, a battle royal fought through couture gown sabotage, and the heir to one of Asia's greatest fortunes locked out of his inheritance.
When Nicholas Young hears that his grandmother, Su Yi, is on her deathbed, he rushes to be by her bedside - but he's not alone. The entire Shang-Young clan has convened from all corners of the globe to stake claim on their matriarch's massive fortune. With each family member vying to inherit Tyersall Park - a trophy estate on 64 prime acres in the heart of Singapore - Nicholas' childhood home turns into a hotbed of speculation and sabotage.
As her relatives fight over heirlooms, Astrid Leong is at the center of her own storm, desperately in love with her old sweetheart, Charlie Wu, but tormented by her ex-husband - a man hell-bent on destroying Astrid's reputation and relationship.
Meanwhile Kitty Pong, married to China's second richest man, billionaire Jack Bing, still feels second best next to her new stepdaughter, famous fashionista Colette Bing.
A sweeping novel that takes us from the elegantly appointed mansions of Manila to the secluded private islands in the Sulu Sea, from a kidnapping at Hong Kong's most elite private school to a surprise marriage proposal at an Indian palace caught on camera by the telephoto lenses of paparazzi, Kevin Kwan's hilarious, gloriously wicked new novel reveals the long-buried secrets of Asia's most privileged families and their rich people problems.
©2017 Kevin Kwan (P)2017 Random House Audio
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By Kimberly on 06-12-17


One big disappointment - cheesy storyline, characters were predictable and lacked any nuance. Only listened till the end because I paid for it.

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By Dara W. on 06-07-17

Not as good as the first

Too much time on less than endearing characters. But vivid and descriptive like the first one.

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3 of 3 people found this review helpful

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By Ania Ringwelski on 02-20-18

modern asian downton abbey!

love love love this series, wish there could me more. good performance by narrator as well

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By Li on 08-02-17


Brilliant story and characters. I get into the stories at the first few chapters and have not stopped to listen since.
Highly recommended!

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By Anonymous User on 01-13-18

Awesome third book

Lydia's narration really brings the characters to life. Kevin Kwan did not disappoint with the storyline, i just could not get enough of this book and found myself making excuses to continue listening to the book... even sat in the dentist chair listening to it while i got a filling done!

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By Chantelle Lam on 01-06-18

Excellent Accent Performance! Extra Entertaining!

What did you like most about Rich People Problems?

I come from a Hong Kong background and moved to an English speaking country a decade ago. I find the characters' personalities and absurd beliefs about socio-economic statuses relatable. Although I am not anywhere close to being crazy-rich, or know anyone personally who does, the characters do reflect the stereotypes across several Asian cultures, which has never been portrayed in any Hollywood nor Asian movies before. In truth, some Hong Kees hold high opinions of themselves. Racism based on 'skin shades' exist among Asian communities. Judgements are weighted heavier on money wealth, success, and beauty, over personality and kindness. I have always listened these kinds of gossips among my extended Asians families. Overall, I enjoyed the three books very much. Lydia's performance made it extra entertaining! I'm looking forward to CRA movie coming out!

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