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Funny, endearing, and pure, wonderful escapism (Independent)
A sweet, funny rom-com . . . You'll be willing Don and Rosie on every step of the way (Marie Claire)
Original, charming and very funny (Woman & Home)
Touching and laugh-out-loud funny -- think The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time meets Silver Linings Playbook (Stylist)
A hilarious, unlikely romance with heartbreaking twists (Easy Living)
Don Tillman is one of the most endearing, charming and fascinating literary characters I have met in a long time (The Times)
Genuinely funny; you'll laugh out loud (Essentials)
I absolutely loved The Rosie Project -- original and clever, and perfectly written.The world is going to fall in love with Don and Rosie (Jill Mansell)
A poignant, funny novel about how you don't find love; it finds you (Glamour)
Don Tillman will exasperate, delight and immerse you in a world so original, in a story so compelling, I defy you not to read through the night. Glorious (Adriana Trigiani, author of The Shoemaker's Wife)
A very funny and touching love story (Sunday Express)
Adorable . . . Really funny and heart-warming, a gem of a book (Marian Keyes)
If you like The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Time you'll love The Rosie Project (Look)
Written in a superbly pitch-perfect voice, The Rosie Project had me cheering for Don on every page. I'm madly in love with this book! Trust me, you will be, too (Lisa Genova, author of Still Alice and left Neglected)
The best, most honestly told love story I've read in a long time (Kristin Hannah)
Marvellous. Don Tillman is as awkward and confusing a narrator as he is lovable and charming (John Boyne, author of The Boy In the Striped Pyjamas)
Graeme Simsion is a full-time writer. His first novel, The Rosie Project, was originally written as a screenplay and won the Australian Writers' Guild/Inscription Award for Best Romantic Comedy Script in 2010. As a novel, it won the Australian Book Industry Association Book of the Year for 2014. Rights have been sold in forty-two countries and The Rosie Project is now a bestselling novel worldwide. In the UK, it was selected for the Richard and Judy Book Club and was voted the most popular title for the Spring 2014 campaign.
Graeme lives in Australia with his wife Anne, a professor of psychiatry and published author, and their two children.The Rosie Effect is his second novel.
Only an O.K. read. Can be quite drawn out and dull at parts.Published 3 hours ago by Caroline Murphy
A really sweetly written book with lots of gentle humour and builds to a lovely romantic comedy - really enjoyed the insites of an awkward person.Published 7 hours ago by Carolyn Collin
Endearing and heart warming story in which you just want to curl up to follow the characters though.Published 2 days ago by K. Chan
An informative respectful insight into the mind and life of Asperges/Autism.
A nice read that kept the pages turning with a great plot that had me belly laughing at times.
Fantastic book. Really enjoyed it and highly recommend it! It was different from most the books I read or are recommended and I liked that. Read morePublished 3 days ago by N. Williams
All the hype about this book and I was very disappointed. Did not live up to my expectations. Could not finish.Published 8 days ago by The old parkers