There is no doubt “The Rosie Project” is going to be one of the best feel-good novels of 2013..with it’s humour and quirky characters, it’s going to find a place in your heart…
My thoughts and review..
be a good read. Within the first beginning pages, the endearing tale had already
began to unravel into a plot worthy of my full attention. Don Tillman, a highly
successful Professor of Genetics has a long history of not finding a
suitable relationship that has convinced him that he isn’t doing something
right. Don has a specific type of woman that he wants; a punctual, non-drinking,
non-smoking female who will fit into his own regimented lifestyle with ease,
though every time his friends try and set him up, things end disastrously. So
Don decides to, being an evidence-based person himself, start “The Wife Project”
which consists of designing a questionnaire to help him find the perfect
begins, a fast-paced story that made me laugh, root for Don and Rosie to be
together, and never lacked in surprising me with each turn of event. Overall,
The Rosie Project was a story of looking at love in a completely
different way, how even science can’t predict what the outcome will be. Don
and Rosie never failed to entertain me, building to a perfect
ending and amazingly written story. I strongly recommend this book to anyone who
might love the TV show; The Big Bang Theory, as both have the wit and
comedic timing of how Science and Comedy blend together, down
to a tee.
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion isn’t out yet, but it’s due to be published on 11th April (2013) by Michael Joseph Ltd an imprint of Penguin Books Ltd. Make sure you pick up a copy online or at your local bookstore. Once again, I would like to thank Lovereading.co.uk for the opportunity to read such an amazing
novel. I really hope you like the review and I can’t wait to be surprised with
even more good reads as recommended by lovereading to share with you all.
P.S. You can also read my review at Lovereading’s website and at Goodreads!