Thinking Aloud: “The Rosie Effect”

Feb. 18, 2015 by Darius

I recently read The Rosie Effect by Australian writer Graeme Simsion.  It’s the sequel to The Rosie Project, a fresh and funny novel about a vaguely Aspie scientist, Don Tillman, and his carefully calibrated project to find a wife.  

Without giving away too many plot spoilers, in The Rosie Effect, Don’s wife, the eponymous Rosie, is pregnant, and Don must figure out a way to become a good father in his own unique way.

I found The Rosie Effect to be just as humorous and well written as its predecessor.  If you liked The Rosie Project, you will find The Rosie Effect to be a worthy sequel.  If you haven’t read The Rosie Project yet, do read it first.

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