The Rosie Effect

The Rosie Effect By Graeme Simsion, The Rosie Effect The highly anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestselling novel The Rosie Project starring the same extraordinary couple now living in New York and unexpectedly expecting their first child Get
  • Title: The Rosie Effect
  • Author: Graeme Simsion
  • ISBN: 9781476767314
  • Page: 329
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Rosie Effect By Graeme Simsion, The highly anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestselling novel The Rosie Project, starring the same extraordinary couple now living in New York and unexpectedly expecting their first child Get ready to fall in love all over again.Don Tillman and Rosie Jarman are back The Wife Project is complete, and Don and Rosie are happily married and living in New York But thThe highly anticipated sequel to the New York Times bestselling novel The Rosie Project, starring the same extraordinary couple now living in New York and unexpectedly expecting their first child Get ready to fall in love all over again.Don Tillman and Rosie Jarman are back The Wife Project is complete, and Don and Rosie are happily married and living in New York But they re about to face a new challenge because surprise Rosie is pregnant Don sets about learning the protocols of becoming a father, but his unusual research style gets him into trouble with the law Fortunately his best friend Gene is on hand to offer advice he s left Claudia and moved in with Don and Rosie As Don tries to schedule time for pregnancy research, getting Gene and Claudia to reconcile, servicing the industrial refrigeration unit that occupies half his apartment, helping Dave the Baseball Fan save his business, and staying on the right side of Lydia the social worker, he almost misses the biggest problem of all he might lose Rosie when she needs him the most Graeme Simsion first introduced these unforgettable characters in The Rosie Project, which NPR called sparkling entertainment along the lines of Where d You Go Bernadette and When Harry Met Sally The San Francisco Chronicle said, sometimes you just need a smart love story that will make anyone, man or woman, laugh out loud If you were swept away by the book that s captivated a million readers worldwide, you will love The Rosie Effect.
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    1. Graeme Simsion

      Graeme Simsion is a former IT consultant and the author of two nonfiction books on database design who decided, at the age of fifty, to turn his hand to fiction His first novel, The Rosie Project, was published in 2013 and translation rights have been sold in forty languages Movie rights have been optioned to Sony Pictures The sequel, The Rosie Effect, is also a bestseller, with total sales of the two novels approaching five million Graeme s third novel was The Best of Adam Sharp, a story of a love affair re kindled and its consequences Movie rights have been optioned by Vocab Films with Toni Collette attached to play the role of Adam s great lost love, Angelina.Graeme s fourth novel, Two Steps Forward is a story of renewal set on the Camino de Santiago, written with his wife, Anne Buist, whose own books include Medea s Curse, Dangerous to Know and This I would Kill for Movie rights have been optioned by Fox Searchlight with Ellen DeGeneris to produce.

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    1. After the success of The Rosie Project last year, it was inevitable that we d get a sequel, though so soon was surprising In The Rosie Project we followed the adventures of Don Tillman, a genetics professor with probable Aspergers who went looking for a wife and found one in Rosie, who drew him into her own quest to find her unknown biological father In The Rosie Effect, Rosie is pregnant and Don is going to be a father I m going to stop there because this relates to my biggest problem with the [...]

    2. I loved The Rosie Project Don Tillman was a character unlike any I had ever encountered before Honest, hilarious, and easy to love for the reader, not necessarily for the characters in the book I was beyond excited when I heard there would be a second book I was also a little apprehensive, which happens when I finish a book that I thought would be a stand alone and that was amazing as a stand alone.After reading reviews that gave only a couple stars or only one star, I was downright SCARED and t [...]

    3. Find all of my reviews at 52bookminimum Well, rats Maybe my expectations were just too high after falling head over heels in love with The Rosie Project last year Maybe there wasn t enough magic left to make a worthy sequel Whatever the case, I m bummed I didn t enjoy this as much as I thought I would.WARNING IF YOU HAVE NOT YET READ THE ROSIE PROJECT AND INTEND TO DO SO, BACK AWAY FROM THIS REVIEW IMMEDIATELY THERE IS ZERO WAY TO AVOID SPOILING THE FIRST BOOK AND STILL BE ABLE TO WRITE ABOUT TH [...]

    4. Is the magic gone It feels like it is.Last year, I remember thinking that The Rosie Project was my favorite chick lit book ever, which was ironic because it had been written by a man I thought it was hilarious and original.This year, after reading The Rosie Effect, I am asking myself was the first book much better or I just read it at the time when I had a better mood for it I don t know But reading The Rosie Effect just wasn t the same I didn t find it funny, the jokes felt old and repetitive, [...]

    5. The Rosie Effect is the sequel to Graeme Simsion s 2013 internationally best selling novel The Rosie Project , which I enjoyed immensely as did Bill Gates I had been very excited to read its sequel and revisit Don and Rosie and I said as much in my Rosie Project review But now I have read the sequel, and I did not care for it Allow me to try and relay the things I did not enjoy about this book, and assign them some sort of quantifiable value I shall list what I did not like, and use a percentage [...]

    6. I raced through this book and enjoyed every word There were many laugh aloud moments and lots of those delightful sequences where Don manages to land on his feet despite everything This book becomes much serious than The Rosie Project though and there are some sad and some stressful moments too I was not happy with the character of Rosie for much of the book She seemed to have lost her high spirits and her understanding of Don somewhere along the way and at times I wanted to give her a good sha [...]

    7. Onvan The Rosie Effect Don Tillman, 2 Nevisande Graeme Simsion ISBN 1476767327 ISBN13 9781476767321 Dar 368 Safhe Saal e Chap 2014

    8. 3.5 I was wary after the Guardian review called this sequel twice as long and only half as good as The Rosie Project, but I actually enjoyed it just about as much as the original In a new NYC setting, Rosie s unplanned pregnancy has Don Tillman and everyone else around him assessing his suitability for fatherhood He manages to supplement his textbook knowledge of obstetrics with some bizarre practical experience, such as assisting with a lesbian parenting study and having a hand in a bovine deli [...]

    9. Have you ever watched Curb Your Enthusiasm I liken this book to that only in the way that you can see the train wreck happening from a mile away but it s going to happen anyway and you can t look away even though the anxiety of the awkward social situation is just burning a hole in your stomach Unfortunately, The Rosie Effect is not like Curb in that it s just not funny or entertaining I should have listened to Kelly before I read this.Anyway, what I choose to write my review on is the conflict [...]

    10. What a misnomer There was hardly any Rosie in this book, only Don Tillman and the rest of the guys Also troubling, the women were portrayed as incubators, SJWs, inconsiderate, and unreasonable How did we go from adorable Don to Narcissistic Don in less than a year facepalm

    11. I am such an asshole I think I was among the minority of readers who wasn t blown away by The Rosie Project I thought that it was rather sweet at times, but the character development didn t always feel natural Even taking into consideration the idea that you have to compromise and address personal issues before you can be successful with relationships, the changes the characters underwent for the sake of the plot just struck me as stretching credulity a little too much So if The Rosie Project wa [...]

    12. Don Tillman what a guy Graeme Simsion what a guy I attended the Sydney launch of this book, so was really happy and interested to hear the background story of the author, and how The Rosie Project was bought to life, as well as this lovely second half Don Tillman is such a quirky character, that I can see it took someone as equally charming and full of life as the author to bring this character into our lives, so many lives as it has it s a very popular set of books and fans around the world wil [...]

    13. Ugh.What a total disappointment And not just a lil one, but a total train wreck I can t believe I wasted a day s worth of precious reading time on this It was just that I kept expecting for it to get better The first time around was the perfect blend of a slightly irritable, short, straight to the point, and sweet but simultaneously almost removed way of reporting the story Don s voice was unusual, but yet still genuine, and despite him being an obviously unusual person, we were still able to co [...]

    14. As you may be able to tell from my status updates, I was a little frustrated with Rosie in this book In turn that made me think perhaps this sequel was less enjoyable than the original, but the I think about it, the convinced I am that this book is just as good if not better than The Rosie Project I was just taken for a loop because this book seemed so much real than the first, and real life is hard and awkward and rage inducing.Its possible that I was being too hard on Rosie, I think it is j [...]

    15. This was an amusing sequel to The Rosie Project The socially awkward scientist Don Tillman and his wife, Rosie, are now living in New York and expecting a baby Don is worried he won t be a good father, so he sets out to get some parenting experience, which leads to a few disasters and damages his relationship with Rosie Luckily, Don has some friends who can help him resolve the misunderstandings This plot hit a lot of the same notes as the first book, including how Don uses his idiosyncrasies to [...]

    16. Humoristisch, hilarischik heb regelmatig hardop gelachen Ik ben groot fan van Sheldon Cooper The Big Bang Theory en heb weer genoten van Don en Rosie, twee hartverwarmende personages Het verhaal leest als een trein, vlot en goed geschreven Ik kan niet wachten tot het volgende deel verschijnt

    17. The second book in this series picks up shortly after the first book I enjoyed the same parts of this book as I did the first one The characters, the mis interpretations from Don, the banter, and the situations I enjoyed imagining living in a gorgeous apartment with a beer cellar is this the dream I just love Don s character his antics and lists make me smile and appreciate the book In my personal opinion, I don t think this series was warranted, I think the first book would ve been enough I enj [...]

    18. I m SO UPSET to give this book only two stars I m tempted to bump it up to three stars, because there are definitely some good parts to it and because I absolutely loved the first book, but honestly right now it feels like a two star book.While the first book wasn t perfect, I found it to be utterly charming Everything about it was so sweet and fun and real The Rosie Effect, by contrast, feels like well, it feels like an author rushing out a sequel to capitalize on the enormous success of the fi [...]

    19. The Rosie Effect is the second installment in the Don Tillman series written by author Graeme Simsion.I adored the first book The Rosie Project, so imagine my disappointment when The Rosie Effect failed to live up to it s predecessor That is my opinion at least Please note though that three stars isn t horrible It was still a good read, but when compared to the endearing, sweet, and funny story that came before it, there s just no comparison The Rosie Effect was a bit serious, as the theme of f [...]

    20. A fun follow up to the Rosie Project Not as hilarious as the first book, but I did get to laugh out loud a couple of times I do enjoy the antics of Don Tillman and will look forward to listening to the narrator s voice when the next book in the series comes out.3 out of 5 stars.

    21. I smiled, laughed and got teary eyed in this book just as I did in The Rosie Project because it s fun, funny, sad and just an all around feel good story I was thrilled to meet up with Don Tillman and his wife Rosie again It s light hearted in the sense that there are some very funny moments in this book as we see Don trying to cope with married life , and preparing himself to be a father You just can t imagine the things he does and I certainly don t want to spoil the fun of reading about this b [...]

    22. In The Rosie Effect we meet some of the same characters as in The Rosie Project Don is just the same at times sweet, at times infuriating, always logical while Rosie is somewhat pre occupied with her thesis, her pregnancy and Don s interference in how she lives because of her pregnancy Although they are now living in New York, Don s good friend from Melbourne, Gene, comes to stay for a period He is NOT the same Gene we knew previously he is full of mostly sound advice for Don How Don interprets [...]

    23. Raz o e SentimentosLer aprender, viajar, rir, chorar, amar, odiar e tamb m fazer amigos Conheci o Don quando Rosie era ainda um projeto, e devo confessar que se gostei de Rosie, simplesmente adorei o Don.Esse ing nuo, amoroso, introvertido e 300 por cento racional Don, arrebatou o meu cora o Amigo fiel dos seus parcos amigos e super apaixonado pela sua bela Rosie, Don ir ser alvo de alguns contratempos Conciliar amor e raz o, n o tarefa f cil, n o

    24. I must admit I was a bit disappointed in this book which is in my opinion nothing like The Rosie Project It was fascinating being back inside Don s head, but I couldn t really stand how the author was consistenly trying to create funny situations that turned out not being that funny at all I didn t feel a connection to the story nor Don or Rosie throughout most of the book, mostly because I didn t agree with their decisions which I considered silly and inconsiderate I am a bit flabbergasted at h [...]

    25. Hm This book was very stressful for me While the first one was very madcap and very much a rom com and had originally been written as a screenplay this one took a darker turn that I was not expecting There were plenty of misunderstandings due to Don taking everything literally and some of them funny, but some of them either mean or a bit scary The police and mental health professionals are involved, not to spoil anything but just to give you an idea Rosie is less likable because after a year of [...]

    26. In the Rosie Project, I fell in love with Don and Rosie, this author, and the narrator of the audiobook Now again as Don and Rosie are living in NYC and expecting a baby, all the same elements are there Don is on top of making sure Rosie stays healthy and knows what s best for the baby what he doesn t know he reads up on but can t seem to feel anything emotionally for the fetus yet because ya can t get that from a book Rosie is still going to school and as a result is not present in the story en [...]

    27. 1.5 stars I didn t like it.This seriously disappointing sequel to The Rosie Project, should have actually been titled The Baby Project This appropriate suggestion is not a spoiler, as we find out about the baby 7 minutes into the book, and that is all we hear about for the next 100 pages Baby this, baby that, baby baby baby What is beyond the first 110ish pages, I cannot say, because that is where I DNF d this baby Favorite Quote N A.First Sentence Orange juice was not scheduled for Fridays.

    28. I loved the second installment of this series Okay, it wasn t as fabulous as the first one, but I think that was because I d already met the main character Don Tillman so knew all his quirks and traits The first book The Rosie Project was super brilliant because Don s personality was so interesting and new In the second installment, his personality is still interesting and I think he is really quite a beautiful character, but I guess the premise was already set in the first novel, so no real sur [...]

    29. The Rosie Effect is the second novel by Australian author and playwright, Graeme Simsion, and the sequel to his highly popular novel, The Rosie Project Now married, Don and Rosie are living in a cramped New York apartment while, as a visiting professor at Columbia, Don continues his research on alcoholic mice and Rosie studies to gain her MD qualification Don s friend, Gene, a geneticist and serial adulterer, has finally exhausted his wife s tolerance for philandering and been thrown out, so Don [...]

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