Biography of Yangsze Choo

A fourth-generation Malaysian of Chinese descent, Yangsze Choo's debut, The Ghost Bride made her international success. Choo, now a New York Times Bestselling Author, grew up in various countries and graduated from Harvard University, writing fiction in her spare time after she was inspired by Isak Dinesen's short stories. The Ghost Bride was a Goodreads Choice finalist, CILIP Carnegie nominee, Oprah.com’s best book of the week, and has just been adapted into a Netflix Original series. Her second novel, The Night Tiger, was also a success and was chosen as one of the best books of the year for Amazon, The Washington Review of Books, Bookpage, Chicago Public Library, Los Angeles Public Library, Parade, Real Simple, and Self Magazine.


Study Guides on Works by Yangsze Choo

The Ghost Bride is a novel by breakout Malaysian novelist Yangsze Choo first published by William Morrow in 2013. In the critically-acclaimed novel set in 19th century Malaya under the British colonial rule, Choo explores the themes of tradition,...