With Rich People Problems PDF Kevin Kwan brings the Crazy Asian trilogy to an end. Born in Singapore to a family similar to those he pens down so perfectly, Kwan eventually moved to the United States at the age of 11. He’s one of his kind, bringing the Asian culture of riches and materialism to the light of the world so fascinatingly that Hollywood has already made a movie on the first book!
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Rich People Problems PDF, Epub – Novel Review And Details:
Rich People Problems PDF follows two years after the events of China Rich Girlfriend. Nick and Rachel’s happily married lives are disturbed with news of Nick’s grandmother’s illness. Wanting to reconcile with her before it is too late, and Nick’s mother hoping he is still part of the inheritance, Nick is once again dragged back to the same old crazy world of the elite.
The drama follows as everyone in the family seems to be in a race to get some chunk of the family wealth after its matriarch goes away. The core cast including Nick, Rachel, Astrid etc. return in this novel with other add-ons. The novel goes through a roller coaster ride with surprises being revealed when least expected, and the characters going through episodes of emotional and personal turmoil.
Rich People Problem: Readers Review:
Just like its predecessors, Rich People Problems Epub highlights the apparent class structure in the Asian culture, along with the distinction between ‘old money’ and the newly rich. After two books, this one may seem a bit monotonous with its talks of the riches. It can definitely be read as a standalone novel too in case you haven’t read the first two.
Rich People Problems Epub has something for everyone whether you are a crazy food lover, a pro fashionista or simply love some good ol’ family drama. Kwan has continued his mode of throwing in fancy entrees and exclusive designer names that you probably would only know if you are ‘in’ with that crowd. Nevertheless, Rich People’s Problem is a light breezy read to pass the time and get an insight into the rich Asian culture.