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KEVIN KWAN is the author of Crazy Rich Asians, the international bestseller that has been translated into more than 30 languages. The sequel China Rich Girlfriend was released in 2015, and Rich People Problems, the final book in the trilogy, followed in 2017. In 2018, the Crazy Rich Asians trilogy held the top three positions on the New York Times bestseller list. for several weeks. — an almost unprecedented single-writer trifecta, and the film adaptation of Crazy Rich Asians became Hollywood’s highest-grossing romantic comedy in over a decade. In 2018, Time magazine named Kevin one of the 100 most influential people in the world.

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Crazy Rich Asians Book PDF download for free

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When New Yorker Rachel Chu agrees to spend the summer in Singapore with her boyfriend Nicholas Young, she envisions a modest family home and quality time with the man she hopes to marry. But Nick didn’t give his girlfriend some important details. First, that her childhood home looks like a palace; second, that she grew up with more private planes than cars; and third, who happens to be the most eligible bachelor in the country.

Rachel may well have a target on Nick’s arm as she steps off the plane, and before long her laid-back vacation turns into an obstacle course of old money, new money, curious relatives and intriguing climbers.

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Crazy Rich Asians is very fun to read this book. As he read, he kept thinking that Kevin Kwan must have spent his life paying incredible attention to detail, and now his readers can benefit from that attention. It wastes attention on his characters. For example: One of his characters keeps a nice scrapbook with the tags of the clothes he buys. The author does not give much importance to that detail, but that sentence conveys a lot about the type of person this character is.

Also pay attention to the material aspects of their lives: their houses, their clothes, their jewelry, their toys (private jets and cars and mirrors that register their clothes), and what they eat. And she wastes his attention in Singapore: the airport, the hawker markets, the restaurants, the flowers. And he lavishes the attention on anecdotes he tells about the lives of the crazy rich in Asia. The latter are particularly tasty. The book really took me to the Singapore and I loved being there. When I finished the book I felt like I was on vacation.

The main story arc is simple: the story of a New York University economics professor who falls in love with another professor, unaware that he comes from a wealthy Singaporean Chinese family. Driving him home for his best friend’s wedding, he experiences a harrowing culture shock as he is immersed in the world of three close-knit, wealthy Singaporean families, and the world of the “crazy rich Asians” who love them around them.

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Through them, the reader witnesses another culture clash: the clash of wealthy Chinese Singaporeans and conspicuous and wealthy Chinese consumers from Hong Kong, Singapore and parts of Malaysia. That fascinated me and I have never read anything about it.

Casually and effortlessly, Kevin Kwan brings both cultures to life without judgment, simply inviting the reader in and showing (through a collection of compelling anecdotes) how they interact with each other and the outside world. Inspirations from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice (and the BBC film adaptation) and Edith Wharton’s novels are evident throughout the story, but this cultural aspect of the book is reminiscent of William Makepeace Thackeray’s Vanity Fair.

Maybe it’s because I didn’t want the book (holidays?) to end, but I felt like there were so many more stories to tell about the three families. The organization of this novel, centered on a wedding and some romance novels, was excellent but almost unnecessary. I can well imagine that a collection of linked short stories would be just as tasty.

Rachel and Nick have been together for a while and he wants to take her to her friend’s wedding in Singapore this summer and meet her family. While they don’t believe in spending the summer traveling together, her family, who are “crazy rich” (seriously, ridiculously rich), are concerned that Nick is proposing to someone they haven’t consulted and isn’t dating. “good family.
I started this book thinking it was going to be about a bunch of blah blah blah clichés. And that it would be a fluffy read: it would only take me a couple of days to read on the beach. Unfortunately I was wrong, but in a good way.

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I was totally entertained and wanted to read more for several reasons. First, Kwan describes some of the houses/treasure houses so well that I could imagine what they looked like and it was amazing to be able to see this almost panoramic view of these people’s houses. Second, the characters were well written and entertaining. The only thing I had trouble with was keeping track of who was who (hence the family tree at the beginning of the book, which I often referred to after “meeting” so many people).

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