Two book reviews in one week! This time I read Kevin Kwan's "Crazy Rich Asians":
offered a stranger experience than I expected, however. While I was reading it, I didn’t particularly like it. I found a great deal to critique. I kept expecting it to get funnier, since everyone said it was so funny. But when I finished it, I immediately wanted to start the next book in the series. I suspect this happened because Kevin Kwan is all about plot, plot, plot. The novel relies on a structure that continuously makes the reader want to know what happens next—not that it’s full of blatant cliffhangers like you might find in a typical murder mystery. Probably because it’s nothing like a murder mystery.