Book Review: The Rosie Effect, by Graeme Simsion

The Rosie Effect

The Rosie Effect, sequel to The Rosie Project, continues the story of goodhearted-but-socially-inept college professor, Don Tillman. I don’t want to say more about the plot for fear of spoiling it for those who have not yet read it, but I will say that this book is both touching and hilarious. You can’t help but sympathize with blunt, loyal, naïve Don, who works so hard to master the social conventions and behaviors that come naturally to most people, but not to him. I would recommend this book as a light, fun read, but you should definitely read The Rosie Project first.

I am marking this book off as “A humorous book” for the #VTReadingChallenge.

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