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Set in modern Shanghai, a debut by a Chinese-American writer about a prodigal son whose unexpected return forces his newly wealthy family to confront painful secrets and unfulfilled promises.

After years of chasing the American dream, the Zhen family has moved back to China. Settling into a luxurious serviced apartment in Shanghai, Wei, Lina, and their daughter, Karen, join an elite community of Chinese-born, Western-educated professionals who have returned to a radically transformed city.

One morning, in the eighth tower of Lanson Suites, Lina discovers that a treasured ivory bracelet has gone missing. This incident sets off a wave of unease that ripples throughout the Zhen household. Wei, a marketing strategist, bows under the guilt of not having engaged in nobler work. Meanwhile, Lina, lonely in her new life of leisure, assumes the modern moniker taitai -a housewife who does no housework at all.

She is haunted by the circumstances surrounding her arranged marriage to Wei and her lingering feelings for his brother, Qiang. Sunny, the family''s housekeeper, is a keen but silent observer of these tensions. An unmarried woman trying to carve a place for herself in society, she understands the power of well-kept secrets. When Qiang reappears in Shanghai after decades on the run with a local gang, the family must finally come to terms with the past and its indelible mark on their futures.

From a silk-producing village in rural China, up the corporate ladder in suburban America, and back again to the post-Maoist nouveaux riches of modern Shanghai, What We Were Promised explores the question of what we owe to our country, our families, and ourselves.

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Lucy Tan is a wonderful storyteller. Using smooth prose, carefully developed characters, and Shanghai set against the backdrop of greater China, her debut What We Were Promised brings the Zhen family back to Shanghai to join the upper class after twenty years in the U.S. We see this life through the eyes of characters like husband Wei and wife Lina, but we also see life through the eyes of Sunny, a housekeeper who sends part of her wages back to her family. Tan employs secrets and family drama to drive the plot, all the while examining themes of rich and poor, individualism and tradition, future and past, boredom and ambition. The real joy of this book is getting lost in the characters, some of whom will remain with you long after you have finished the novel. Lucy Tan is an author to watch. –Chris Schluep

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Longlisted for the Center for Fiction''s First Novel Prize


Named one of the Best of Books of 2018 by The Washington Post, Refinery 29, and Amazon

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" What We Were Promised glows through its intimate, skillful prose. Tan''s debut is a beautiful reckoning with the ever-changing definition of "home" - what it means to have, lose and find family again."― USA Today

""Charming debut novel. . . . Through a set of fascinating characters, Tan delivers a compelling story that raises questions about assimilation, family dynamics, and the personal reverberations of globalization."― National Book Review

"Dramatic and deeply moving, this would be perfect Oscar material."― Crystal Hana Kim, Washington Post

"Winner of Ploughshares'' Emerging Writer award, Lucy Tan draws an astute portrait of a staid family thrown into disarray in this assured first novel. She does not explore the Tolstoyan adage of unhappy families, but rather throws a stone into the still pool of carefully balanced domesticity. With its measuring of expectation against reality, What We Were Promised showcases Tan''s sharp eye for the intricacies of human relationships."― Shelf Awareness

"Fans of Kevin Kwan''s Crazy Rich Asians series will especially enjoy What We Were Promised."― Refinery29

"A tightly crafted debut wrought with the measured voice of an expert craftsperson, Lucy Tan''s WHAT WE WERE PROMISED is an exquisite exploration of class, family and self."― Bookreporter

"A luminous family saga"― Entertainment Weekly

"Intriguing debut novel. Set in Shanghai, made empathic with a multigenerational family saga, embellished with timeless class conflict, this story entertains and enlightens."― Christian Science Monitor

"The ultimate message of What We Were Promised is one all young, millennial readers can relate to."― Bustle

"As the narrative jumps across decades and continents, it throws the rural villages and urban skylines, as well as the lives of the locals and aloof expatriates, into sharp relief. . . . All the while, Tan asks what it means to belong-to a person or a place."― Time

"Against a contemporary global backdrop, made empathic with a multigenerational family saga, embellished with timeless servant/master (and mistress) class conflict, Tan''s debut will be entertaining - and enlightening - to savvy cosmopolitan readers throughout the summer and beyond."― Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Center

"Fans of Kevin Kwan''s Crazy Rich Asians series will especially enjoy What We Were Promised, which takes place among a similar social set."― Refinery 29

"Lucy Tan is an author to watch"― Amazon Book Review

"This book boasts a very memorable cast of characters... A compelling, sensitive and thoughtful debut that is sure to move you."― Afoma Umesi

"With its measuring of expectation against reality, What We Were Promised establishes Tan as a new talent with a sharp eye for the intricacies of human relationships."― Shelf Awareness

"Tan''s novel will strike a chord with anyone who looks to the future with uncertainty."― My Domaine

"For book clubs that love reading about complicated family dynamics and transitional periods, this book will provide fodder for great conversations― Bookish

"A compelling story of class, culture, regret, and anxiety about the road not taken."― Modern Mrs. Darcy

"From fitting in culturally, family dynamics, and self-worth, the story will resonate with anyone who is uncertain and fearful about their future."― Women.com

"Readers may identify with one or more of the characters as they deal with historic cultural norms and modern reality― Forsyth Woman

"Tan''s talent as a storyteller clearly shines through her strong plot lines and characterization; readers will want to know more about each well-crafted player in the story . . . . A novel of class, culture, and expectations; readers who enjoyed works like Kevin Kwan''s Crazy Rich Asians will likely find Tan''s surprising and down-to-earth tale an entertaining read."― Library Journal

"I read What We Were Promised in a state of enchantment, immediately drawn into the longings, secrets and very human foibles of its finely-drawn cast of characters. Both intimate and panoramic, Lucy Tan''s debut is a revealing consideration of modern China as well as a thrilling discovery of the generations-long secrets between two families. Compassionate and heartbreaking, funny and wise, local and universal, What We Were Promised marks the arrival of an inspiring new voice."― ChloeBenjamin, author of The Anatomy of Dreams and The Immortalists

"Lucy Tan brings to vibrant life the self-made, newly cosmopolitan Zhens, who have gone from the tea fields and silk factories of small town China to the luxury high rises of Shanghai in one generation. Abounding in insight and deftly told, What We Were Promised is a story both sweeping and intimate, as this most modern of families discovers they must confront their past in order to find their future. "― Maggie Shipstead, author of Seating Arrangements and Astonish Me

"What We Were Promised is a big beautiful novel. Lucy Tan''s dazzling debut grapples with the persistence of the past, the inevitability of the present, and the difficulty of balancing individuality with community."― Hannah Pittard, author of Visible Empire and Listen to Me

"In What We Were Promised, Tan skillfully brings to life the issues of modern day China and Shanghai. It is an immigrant story but one that also delves into the subject of going back to one''s homeland. Tan humanizes each and every one of her characters. There is also depth to how the stories of past and present are interwoven. As a reader I felt that I was in good hands."― Weike Wang, author of Chemistry

" What We Were Promised is like being let into the heads of the characters in a C-drama... From its first page the novel promises a mix of emotion and intellect, plot and cultural critique, and it delivers. These characters are deeply understood and deeply felt, and the conflicts they get themselves into will keep you up at night turning pages. By the end of What We Were Promised you will agree that the real promise belongs to its debut author. Put Lucy Tan on your literary radar now."― Matthew Salesses, author of The Hundred-Year Flood

"A quietly brilliant book, and a truly singular debut."― ArnaBontemps Hemenway, award-winning author of Elegyon Kinderklavier

"A beautifully rendered debut with vivid characters who will stay with readers long after the last satisfying page."― Judith Claire Mitchell, author of A Reunion of Ghosts

"The magnificence and splendor of modern Shanghai come to life in Lucy Tan''s debut novel."― Palm Beach Post

"If you love explorations of the American dream transplanted in Shanghai, generational sagas, and the lives of the newly rich and confused, read What We Were Promised by Lucy Tan ."Lillian Li, author of Number One ChineseRestaurant

" What We Were Promised explores the question of what we owe to our country, our families, and ourselves." (― Five Spot Green Living

"a beautifully written, evocative and provocative narrative."― All-About Romance

"Status, family dynamic, and gender roles plague the characters and they must ponder, what ''they owe to themselves, each other, and their country."― Women.com

"It has plenty of literary heft and timely social commentary, but it''s also a thoroughly enthralling and deeply moving novel"― Isthmus

"addicting books to read if you loved Crazy Rich Asians"― Hello Giggles

"an elegant debut novel"― Newark Star Ledger

About the Author

Lucy Tan grew up in New Jersey and has spent much of her adult life in New York and Shanghai. She received her B.A. from New York University and her M.F.A. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she was awarded the 2016 August Derleth Prize. Her fiction has been published in journals such as Asia Literary Review and Ploughshares, where she was winner of the 2015 Emerging Writer''s Contest. What We Were Promised is her first novel.

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Susie
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Best book of 2018
Reviewed in the United States on July 14, 2018
As a second generation Asian-American, so much of this novel resonated with me. I''ve already read it cover-to-cover twice now, and will come back to it again when I''m in the mood for some seriously good writing and story, probably accompanied by a glass of wine and dark... See more
As a second generation Asian-American, so much of this novel resonated with me. I''ve already read it cover-to-cover twice now, and will come back to it again when I''m in the mood for some seriously good writing and story, probably accompanied by a glass of wine and dark chocolate.

This book tells the story of a family—Lina, Wei, their adolescent daughter, Karen—moving back to Shanghai for Wei’s marketing career after two decades of living in the U.S. One summer, Wei’s brother comes to visit and Lina hires a housekeeper/babysitter named Sunny to free up her time to act as hostess. This premise sets up a book that’s essentially character studies of people from different economic classes forced to live and interact within the confines of a single, well-staffed apartment building (Lanson Suites), all the while lying, hiding, evading, pining, and confronting one another with the deftness of any Edith Wharton character.

The three narrators—Lina, Wei, Sunny—represent the spectrum of complicated feeling I also have for modern day China and my place in it. There’s the nostalgia for the homeland of my parents and grandparents (where I’ve also spent many summers and college vacations), the flattery of being considered “upper class” simply by having lived in the U.S., the disgust for the myriad of pretensions of the rich, and above all—the search for a life with meaning when you feel displaced by both home and culture.

My favorite character in the book was Lina; without giving away spoilers, I loved her flawed personality, her private reflections, even her outward chilliness towards her husband and so-called friends in her “breakfast club”. She’s proud and guarded, a snob of the nouveau riche variety, but money isn’t the thing she seeks—it’s love, that elusive thing so hard to come by regardless of social class. So much of this novel explores what our cultural definition of love is (lust? trust? companionship?) through Lena’s regrets for her past choices, but also, in a fascinating character arc, through the housekeeper, Sunny’s, journey to decide if she wants to throw her lot in with a “good-enough” man, or try to make it on her own. It’s seeing these characters evolve and change through their small, everyday decisions (that bear such lasting consequences!) that provides the greatest pleasures of this novel.

Tan’s writing is so wonderfully understated and clean. There isn’t a whiff of the pretensions found in other debut authors. She writes with absolute control and precision. If you pick out any one sentence from the novel, it almost reads Hemingway-esque in its plainness, and yet together, there’s a such a beauty to its spareness that I can only imagine the work that must of gone into achieving such restraint. It''s the kind of book where I can flip to any page and immediately be absorbed within a matter of seconds. Do yourself a favor and spend a weekend with this, if only for the wonder of reading that incredible last sentence!
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Lovely, bittersweet look at the attempt to return home
Reviewed in the United States on October 3, 2018
Tl;dr: An unflinching, gorgeously writtenlook at expat life through the view of a Chinese couple returning to China and the woman they hire to watch their daughter. You can be at home and yet never be there like you want to be. What We Were Promised is... See more
Tl;dr: An unflinching, gorgeously writtenlook at expat life through the view of a Chinese couple returning to China and the woman they hire to watch their daughter. You can be at home and yet never be there like you want to be.

What We Were Promised is exquisitely written and traces the consequences of leaving home, and how whether it''s for another country or simply another place means that the gulf between what you knew and who you''ve become can make you a stranger to what you thought you''d always know, be it your future, your family, or even your own heart.

Through Lina, Sunny, Wei, and Quiang, Ms. Tan weaves a story that begins in the late 1980s and spans to the present, tracing how Lina and Wei left China for America, their return to Shanghai, and how the reunion with Wei''s younger brother, Quiang, unfolds over the span of about a week. In that time, Sunny, who is a maid in the building where Lina and Wei live, is hired by Lina to be an Ayi, a sort of companion/nanny to their daughter, Karen.

China''s culture was indelibly marked by Mao''s Great Leap Forward, and the ripples of that are in What We Were Promised as well.

I think some readers may find it difficult to relate to Lina, but I loved her. She''s a woman who is now a product of two cultures, but yearns for what she''s lost--or rather, what she thinks she has.

Sunny was fascinating--a woman who yearns for more, even as she''s unsure not if she can have it, but if she should, and if so, should she try? The last scene with her broke me more than a little.

Thought provoking and nuanced, this is the kind of novel that stays with you. Most definitely for fans of Ha Jin (especially his novel Waiting) and, I think for anyone who has ever yearned to return to somewhere or someone only to learn that nothing and no one is ever constant.

I did receive an ARC, but also own the book, and eagerly look forward to Ms. Tan''s next work.
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Cathryn Conroy
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A Multilayered, Cerebral Book That Is Slow to Start but Transforms From Sluggish to Riveting
Reviewed in the United States on May 15, 2020
Written with depth and intelligence by Lucy Tan, this is a profoundly sad story about love and loss and the tremendous heartbreak of loneliness, especially within a marriage and family. It is a cerebral book—short on plot and long on character development. While the novel... See more
Written with depth and intelligence by Lucy Tan, this is a profoundly sad story about love and loss and the tremendous heartbreak of loneliness, especially within a marriage and family. It is a cerebral book—short on plot and long on character development. While the novel is a bit slow to get going, it''s worth sticking with it because it eventually transforms from sluggish to riveting.

Taking place primarily in Shanghai, China, this is a multilayered novel about one privileged family and those who serve them. Wei is an uber-successful advertising executive, who is miserable in his job. His wife, Lina, is a "taitai," a housewife who doesn''t even tend the house. They return to China after living in the United States for 20 years, now residing on the 20th floor of the exclusive and opulent Lanson Suites where their every need—from meals to cleaning to car service—is taken care of. But their carefully crafted lives are more like a house of cards just waiting to fall. When a treasured bracelet of Lina''s turns up missing, it is more than the bracelet that is lost. The theft triggers memories and passions that will forever change their discontented lives.

The first shock is the return of Wei''s long-lost brother, Qiang; unbeknownst to Wei, Lina and Qiang were once in love, and seeing each other again has relit those smoldering fires, as well as revealed deeply-guarded family secrets that have the power to upend everything they cherish. We also view Lina and Wei''s ostentatious lifestyle through the eyes of their housekeeper and nanny, Sunny, who sees clearly through their facade as she examines her own lonely life. While the story jumps around in time and location and between the characters, the segues are so smooth that the narrative flows seamlessly.

This is a story about love, loss, hope, and redemption. But most of all, this is a story not only about life choices—the ones that are forced upon us and the ones we willingly seize, the ones that cause pain and the ones that lead to happiness—but also how we handle that life we''ve created from those choices.
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The promise of a good book is delivered
Reviewed in the United States on August 15, 2018
Lucy Tan’s novel WHAT WE WERE PROMISED is a story about dreams. Dreams that come true and dreams that don’t. Dreams that do come true often are not always dreamy. A young Chinese couple, who have been promised to each other by their parents, who have both grown up in a... See more
Lucy Tan’s novel WHAT WE WERE PROMISED is a story about dreams. Dreams that come true and dreams that don’t. Dreams that do come true often are not always dreamy. A young Chinese couple, who have been promised to each other by their parents, who have both grown up in a rural village, go to America as their parents hoped. They return to China, this time to Shanghai, but re-entry is much different than they expected.

With more money, a good education, their new lives sound so promising. But what have they given up? Family is sacred but in their new reality, is it?

Such a touching, troubling story. Characters who feel so lonely and achingly real.
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I love how this book talks about China''s past
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2018
The writing is superb and the character building flawless. I love how this book talks about China''s past, the glittery present-day Shanghai and the difficult subject of Chinese politics without feeling lecturing at all. This book is really easy to read and the main story... See more
The writing is superb and the character building flawless. I love how this book talks about China''s past, the glittery present-day Shanghai and the difficult subject of Chinese politics without feeling lecturing at all. This book is really easy to read and the main story about love, family, and redemption is very well written too. But the setting of modern China as if we were there, between the pages, if really what I liked the most.
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Margaret A Biolchini
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Wonderful novel!!!
Reviewed in the United States on April 25, 2021
The very best novel that I have read in years! I have read it over and over. I only wish I hadn''t read it so I could read it for the first time. Can''t wait for other writings from this author.
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Bin Hong
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An exquisite prose !!
Reviewed in the United States on September 3, 2018
Reading “What We Were Promised”, feel the exquisite prose rise from a far-away horizon, softly... Each page is filled with eloquently crafted details; and each character is rich with layer of stories and depth. The most astutely built one to me is Qiang, who braves his... See more
Reading “What We Were Promised”, feel the exquisite prose rise from a far-away horizon, softly... Each page is filled with eloquently crafted details; and each character is rich with layer of stories and depth. The most astutely built one to me is Qiang, who braves his life with his rebellious and intelligent nature . It inspires me to think that each of us has a life unique and different, and it’s up to us to make it dazzle...

Even after I finished the book, these characters continue living in my mind, and evolving ... This book makes for an arresting reading and a great treat! Lucy, I will be looking forward to your next publication!!!
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Absolutely a must-read!
Reviewed in the United States on July 15, 2018
A poignant and heartwarming tale that takes the reader on a family''s journey from rural China to modern day Shanghai, uncovering truths from their past, and discovering what ties them all together. What We Were Promised is an eloquent and wonderfully written gem of a novel.... See more
A poignant and heartwarming tale that takes the reader on a family''s journey from rural China to modern day Shanghai, uncovering truths from their past, and discovering what ties them all together. What We Were Promised is an eloquent and wonderfully written gem of a novel. Eagerly anticipating any future publications by Lucy Tan!
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Interesting View of Modern China
Reviewed in Canada on August 1, 2018
I’ve read a number of historical novels that describe China through the different dynasties and during points of time including the Japanese occupation, communist revolution, cultural revolution, etc. It’s interesting to read a book about modern China (how China is today)...See more
I’ve read a number of historical novels that describe China through the different dynasties and during points of time including the Japanese occupation, communist revolution, cultural revolution, etc. It’s interesting to read a book about modern China (how China is today) from different viewpoints and to take the reader through the different personal journeys including that of Chinese-born nationals who had studied in the US and returned to their country and of those who were born in the countryside and come to the cities to serve the nouveau riche and emerging middle class.
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Have a look at an expats life
Reviewed in Germany on December 5, 2019
Having lived as an expat in the same city this book definitely gives you some flashbacks. It is a rather quiet book, which introduces you to a culture and a very specific social class.
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Very good read. Will be ordering more (much more probably) in the near future. The choices of books is fantastic!
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