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The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion
5.0 out of 5 stars Loved it!, 9 Feb 2014
This is a romance with a difference. It is written by a man with Aspergers who wants to find someone to love but thinks his lack of empathy means he will always be alone. The book is really funny, and lots of the main character's "problems" are actually ones suffered by most of the population. He is the kind of man lots of people would love to be loved by, but could we cope with the fact that he finds it impossible to fit in with the rest of society? A great read and thought provoking too.
House of Evidence by Viktor Arnar Ingolfsson
House of Evidence by Viktor Arnar Ingolfsson
I bought this book as it's set in Iceland which sounded quite interesting. In fact there isn't much description of country, although the setting is important to the story. It's an intriguing detective story, and the characters are well-developed and believable. I would buy more works by this author.
The Girl Who Never Came Back by Amy Cross
1.0 out of 5 stars Terrible ending, 22 Dec 2013
This book is quite intriguing until you reach the end, but then the ridiculous story line made me wish I hadn't bothered at all. No attempt is made to make the story more believable by filling in any of the glaring holes in the plot - the author apparently thinks her readers are completely gullible and will believe any old rubbish. A supernatural ending would have been more believable which is not a compliment. I am amazed to see the author has written other works - hopefully she bothered to finish those off properly unlike this load of bull.

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