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The Tiger Mom's Tale

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The Tiger Mom's Tale by Lyn Liao Butler
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Jul 06, 2021 | ISBN 9780593198728

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The Tiger Mom’s Tale is a heartfelt, delightful read. Lyn Liao Butler’s story of Taiwanese and American identity had me turning pages and laughing (and drooling over the delicious descriptions of food).”—Charles Yu, author of Interior Chinatown, winner of the 2020 National Book Award

“Unembellished and forthright, The Tiger Mom’s Tale is a touching story that illuminates intricacies of race, ethnicity, traditions and stereotypes…Filled with potential book club discussion topics and perfect for fans of YA novels by Jenny Han, The Tiger Mom’s Tale will unleash timely dialogue about identity, family secrets and cultural divides.”—BookPage

“Sharp and humorous, The Tiger Mom’s Tale is a scenic, debut novel with a cast of complicated characters sure to bring laughter and discussion to your next book club. I can’t wait to read what Lyn Liao Butler writes next!”—Tif Marcelo, USA Today Bestselling author of The Key to Happily Ever After

The Tiger Mom’s Tale is a breathtaking debut from a compelling new voice in women’s fiction. With captivating characters and vivid descriptions of mouth-watering meals, Lyn Liao Butler whisks us from the bright lights of New York City to the bustle of Taichung. A story of belonging, betrayal, and the bonds between family that can never be broken, The Tiger Mom’s Tale is a deeply emotional and satisfying read.”—Kristin Rockaway, author of She’s Faking It

The Tiger Mom’s Tale
has it all—family drama, scorching love, vivid transcontinental settings, and culinary scenes that made me drool. A charming, engrossing debut from Lyn Liao Butler.”—Kimmery Martin, author of The Antidote for Everything

“With a keen eye for detail and a lush appreciation for the joys and comforts of food, Lyn Liao Butler delves into the complicated bonds of family, the endurance of sisterhood, and the fundamental yearning to connect with our heritage.”—Allie Larkin, internationally bestselling author of Swimming for Sunlight

“This is a story of complex family relationships, standing up for oneself, and the power of forgiveness.”—Bookriot

“Butler’s riveting debut follows a half-white personal trainer who reconnects with her Taiwanese family after her biological father’s death…Butler weaves in convincing descriptions of Lexa’s navigating of the dating scene and the fetishizing of Asian women, and depicts a fascinatingly complex antagonist in Pin-Yen, who by the end must contend with the effect of her past actions. Butler breathes zesty new life into women’s fiction.”—Publishers Weekly, starred review

“Filled with mouthwatering descriptions of food, a messy family, and a bit of mystery, this is a heartwarming story of one woman’s search for her place in the world.”—Bust.com

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