The Rosie Effect
Join Don and Rosie in the next chapter of their weird and wonderful journey in Graeme Simsion's unmissable sequel to the bestselling The Rosie Project!
'Touching and entertaining' Mail on Sunday
Forty-one-year-old geneticist Don Tillman had never had a second date before he met Rosie.
Now, living in New York City, they have survived ten months and ten days of marriage, even if Don has had to sacrifice standardised meals and embrace unscheduled sex.
But then Rosie drops the mother of all bombshells. And Don must prepare for the biggest challenge of his previously ordered life - at the same time as dodging deportation, prosecution and professional disgrace.
Is Don Tillman ready to become the man he always dreamed of being? Or will he revert to his old ways and risk losing Rosie for ever?
Want to find out what Rosie and Don do next? PRE-ORDER The Rosie Result NOW - the hilarious and heart-warming conclusion to the trilogy!
'A wholly absorbing, vivid read that leaves you pining to be reunited with its characters every time you put it down - if you're able to' Independent
'Quirky and sweetly funny, you will want to join the Don Tillman fan club all over again' Sun on Sunday
'Genuinely heartwarming, truly endearing, plenty of LOLs. You may end up a blubbing wreck' Heat
'If you loved The Rosie Project, I don't see how you could fail to love this funny, poignant sparkler of a novel too' Woman & Home
'The hilarious follow-up to The Rosie Project, one of the best novels I've read in ages. A sweet, entertaining, and thought-provoking book' Bill Gates
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - mbmackay - www.librarything.com
The follow-up book to The Rosie Project. I started feeling that it might just be a rehash of the humour and style of the first book, but I ended up being won over. The action is set in New York and ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - ladypembroke - www.librarything.com
I did not like this book as much as the first. For one, it has a really slow beginning. Two, a major Incident in the book (not the pregnancy) is entirely contrived, horribly awkward, and really over ... Read full review