Review: The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion

Title: The Rosie Project

Author: Graeme C Simsion

Published: Simon and Schuster US October 2013

Read an Excerpt

Status: Read from October 06 to 07, 2013 {Courtesy the publisher/Netgalley}

My Thoughts:

The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion is a witty and charming romantic comedy featuring a socially awkward, briliant Genetics professor, Don Tilman and his search for wife.

Will you like this book? Try this short questionnaire…

1. Which flavour ice-cream do you prefer?
Peach I Vanilla I Apricot

2. Are you ‘wired’ a little differently?
I’m perfectly sane (with test results to prove it) I I can be crazy I I am certifiable

3. How well do you cope with change?
Not at all I Fine, with warning I Bring it on!

4. Do you drink?
Not at all I Moderately I Heavily

5. Do you believe there is someone out there for everyone?
No I Statistically likely I Definitely

As long as you answered ‘Definitely’ to question 5, it is statistically probable you will enjoy this book.

Funny, poignant and sweet The Rosie Project is a feel good, entertaining novel about love, friendship and self discovery.

Available to purchase from

Simon & Schuster US I Amazon US I Book Depository

Australian cover

Available via Booko

13 thoughts on “Review: The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion

  1. I have no idea why I still have not found time to read this book – I just know it will be right up my alley! Cute review Shelleyrae.


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