Rich People Problems: A Novel Free Audiobook Download by Kevin Kwan
When the narrator of Rich People Problems narrates, you feel like you're there with her. Her voice is soothing and calming. You can really picture each scene because of the way she describes it. She does a great job narrating this book, no doubt about it.
"A supremely entertaining, laugh-out-loud funny and very amusing tale" (Kirkus Reviews) This is not your usual "based on a true story." This book is so far fetched that it's almost unbelievable. But Kevin Kwan, who has been called the 'Hollywood screenwriter of our times,' knows how to take you on a ride. Careful though, this book has some pretty graphic scenes.
Kevin Kwan's debut novel introduces the story of Rachel Chu and Nick Young, two strangers who meet on a luxurious resort in Singapore. As their paths cross, they soon bond over their obsession with how to live the perfect life. The book follows the couple as they grow more and more entangled in each others' lives while digging into each others' pasts.
"Kevin Kwan's novel is a sharp and entertaining satire on the lives of the rich." The author Kevin Kwan has created a novel so interesting that it grabs readers' attention and conveys valuable information about what life is like for those who are fabulously wealthy. This novel is a satirical look at the lives of wealthy people in Asia. It starts out with a main character, Tiffany, trying to make sense of why her husband has left her for another woman. The reader sees how she deals with this difficulty which leads to further understanding into the lifestyles of those living in Singapore.
It's been a week since Rachel Chu has moved to America with her boyfriend Nick Young. Their life in Singapore couldn't be more different than what they expected. They are not married, have no family, and they have never even seen the inside of their exclusive new condo before. Suddenly, they find out that Rachel is related to one of the wealthiest men in Hong Kong and that he has called them to make him his heir. Now it's up to Rachel, Nick and the rest of their friends to learn how to be rich people problems!
A young Korean girl, Elaine Ou, is the daughter of a humble factory owner in Singapore and has grown up listening to her dad's business stories. Suddenly she finds herself left on her own after he dies. She decides to move to New York and join her brother who is living there with his wealthy wife, Mo-Fo. Things don't go as planned until she finds out that Mo-Fo has plans for Elaine that she didn't know about.
|Duration||16 hours 3 minutes|
|Is It Free?||30-days Free|
|Category||Fiction & Literature|
|Parent Category||Asian American Literature, Contemporary Women|