I enjoyed this book for the most part. It´s an autobiographical accounts of a second generation Chinese American who recounts her childhood traumas and implications as well as fallout from the 'Chinese' way, she is incredibly irreverent and snarky in her observations and retelling. The tone of the book pretty much remains the same and often jumps even if it follows a general timeline.
I also enjoyed her conversational style and was a fast read. It is by no means a serious study of the consequences and fallout of the tiger-mother parenting paradigm and if that's what you expect, you'll be disappointed. However, you do gain insight in the struggle of the post tiger mom generation and the trials of trying to find a better way.