Book Review: The Rosie Effect

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veronica | I can’t even begin to tell you how excited I was to learn that there was a sequel to The Rosie Project. I loved that book and I simply couldn’t wait to get my hands on The Rosie Effect.

Graeme Simsion just has a way of keeping Don, Don. At times I found myself completely frustrated with Don but other times, I’m laughing out loud at his mannerisms and antics. I’m not saying Autistic people are to be laughed at, I mean Don’s outlook on life and how literal he takes everything, even so far as to breakdown human emotion to its basic blocks is humorous.

Don and Rosie’s marriage is put to the test when their relationship changes and true to himself, Don finds it hard to relate. And while he tries to come to terms with this, he sets forth an avalanche of events that he needs to fix before it’s too late. And he could never do it without a little help from his friends.

While I didn’t quite enjoy The Rosie Effect as much as The Rosie Project, I still love Don Tillman and I will gladly read all his adventures, should there be anymore.

4CityGirlScapesRatingmore information
amazon goodreads   Harper Collins
published
September 30, 2014

source
Net Galley

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