9781594487293B.JPG You have written your insightful and entertaining third novel, How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia, in the second person — a daring gambit that seldom works. (Jay McInerney’s Bright Lights, Big City is a notable exception.) You’re familiar with such risks. You used the device in passages of your 2000 debut, Moth Smoke, and then successfully experimented with a book-length first-person monologue for your acclaimed 2007 novel, The Reluctant Fundamentalist. Check out the rest of my B+ review on EW.com