The Rosie ProjectBook - 2013
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DBRL_KrisA Feb 27, 2017
Definitely mixed feelings about this. On the one hand, for what it is - a romantic comedy about a man with (undiagnosed) Asperger Syndrome and his project to find the perfect mate - it's very well written. It's fun, at times funny, and romantic in places.
On the other hand, it often feels like D... Read More »
DBRL_KatSU Nov 18, 2016
This book promised a lot, and it completely delivered! I picked this title because I needed a little pick-me-up, and a story about an overly logical geneticist who determines that he would like to solve The Wife Problem (he would make a good husband, but has little interest in dating), so proceed... Read More »
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"'Do you find me attractive?'...'I haven't really noticed', I told the most beautiful woman in the world."
"I may have found a solution to the Wife Problem."
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Professor Don Tillman initiates the Wife Project to find himself a compatible partner, and he ends up with Rosie, who he had ruled out as patently unsuitable. Author Graeme Simsion, an Australian, teaches us many things: love can make you do irrational things, and you don't find love-it finds you. He also illustrated the Bible lesson, "let he who is without sin cast the first stone." Loved this quirky book.
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