Monthly Archives: June 2016

China Rich Girlfriend By Kevin Kwan

China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan

I have just finished reading China Rich Girlfriend, the 2015 sequel to Kevin Kwan’s highly successful 2013 Crazy Rich Asians. I was so engrossed by the crazy parade through the lives of Asia’s richest elite that I was able to finish the 479-page novel within one day. Crazy Rich Asians introduced readers to the world of old Asian money and ...

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The Trader Of Saigon By Lucy Cruickshanks

The Trader of Saigon by Lucy Cruickshanks

I finished reading The Trader of Saigon by Lucy Cruickshanks today and  I have to admit that I find it quite a gripping novel despite initial misgivings. It is a dark tale dealing with human trafficking, corruption and poverty in post-war Vietnam where three seemingly unconnected lives are brought together in greed, fear and hope. As a US Army deserter, ...

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The Girl On The Train By Paula Hawkins

The Girl on the Train by Paula Hawkins

The Girl on the Train, the debut novel by British author Paula Hawkins, has sold in excess of 10 million copies worldwide. It is a 409-page psychological thriller novel that is so engrossing that I managed to finish it in one day. The narrative is skilfully split between three women whose lives interlink tragically: Rachel, Megan and Anna. Hawkins has ...

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