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    (Read) [The Rosie Project] Sheldon in loveAdorable and fun Probably one of the most enjoyable chick lit books I've read ironically written by a man On the other hand not nearly enough sex in it

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    Download ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Graeme Simsion Graeme Simsion ½ 7 Free download Free read The Rosie Project ‘The Rosie Project’ by Graeme Simsion is so wonderful I’m going to attempt to enumerate my enjoyment of the novel; 1 Don Tillman is an Associate Professor of genetics at the University of Melbourne He has a black belt in Akikido and can cook a mean lobster salad He also has Asperger syndrome – but he doesn’t know that Don just thinks that there’s something missing that leaves him baffled by human behaviour an

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    (Read) [The Rosie Project] Download ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Graeme Simsion Graeme Simsion ½ 7 Free download This does for Autism what Pretty Woman did for prostitutes It uses it for entertainment it plays on it for laughter It's a 1970's sitcom of a bookThe character of ShelDon feels like little that fan fiction of Th

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    Free read The Rosie Project Graeme Simsion ½ 7 Free download Download ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Graeme Simsion What a shameWhat a shame Graeme Simsion wrote this offering uickly and that he went with a comedy rather than a dramaWhat a shame that the opportunity to educate and illuminate was suandered and traded for gratuitous laughs extreme generalisations and blatant stereotypingMy initial delight at realising the subject matter of this book meant

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    (Read) [The Rosie Project] Don Tillman is an Associate Professor of Genetics with probably Asperger’s Syndrome who has decided that as he is nearing 40 he will

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    Graeme Simsion ½ 7 Free download Download ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Graeme Simsion (Read) [The Rosie Project] Ultracharming very very uh cute The singular voice of the main character is enough to convince the reader that a love story exists in anything This rom com takes some DNA from various films especially it seems 1997's As Good As it Gets Worth a read its very likely to become a film soon the novel was originally written as a yup screenplay

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    Free read The Rosie Project Graeme Simsion ½ 7 Free download (Read) [The Rosie Project] Actual rating 35 starsFrom the moment I finished it I knew I had one critical task to perform To review this project book Although the timing is particularly annoying I realized that the several options I faced made my choice incredibly clear ➊ Not reviewing this book resulting in damage to this book's fame which would be appalling due to the fact that it's fucking awesome➋ Rescheduling this review to another time resulting in

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    (Read) [The Rosie Project] Graeme Simsion ½ 7 Free download I thoroughly enjoyed this book It was very amusing and clever The protagonist Don is definitely a clichéd version of someone with Asperger's but I think he had to be for the purposes of the novel He sits on the very end of the spect

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    Download ñ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB ½ Graeme Simsion (Read) [The Rosie Project] How addictive was this book? I read it in a day a day when I should have been doing other thingsIt's a fun uirky and erudite love story It's laugh out loud funny and unexpectedly touchingDon is a wonderfully offbeat narrative character and Rosie is his perfect foil Graeme Simsion writes both characters pitch perfectI thi

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    (Read) [The Rosie Project] My first note written about this novel is a 1 ★ intolerably woeful but a night's sleep has made me feel a little generous

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The Rosie Project

Free download The Rosie Project 107 Zation that despite your best scientific efforts you don’t find love it finds you Arrestingly endearing and entirely unconventional Graeme Simsion’s distinctive debut “navigates the choppy waters of adult relationships both romantic and platonic with a fresh take USA Today “Filled with humor and plenty of heart The Rosie Project is a delightful reminder that all of us no matter how we’re wired just want to fit in” Chicago Tribune A 2018 RUSA “Listen Alike” for ELEANOR OLIPHANT IS COMPLETELY FINE. Actual rating 35 starsFrom the moment I finished it I knew I had one critical task to perform To review this project book Although the timing is particularly annoying I realized that the several options I faced made my choice incredibly clear Not reviewing this book resulting in damage to this book s fame which would be appalling due to the fact that it s fucking awesome Rescheduling this review to another time resulting in loss of memories and leading to a probable abandonment of the task in the long term Reviewing this book resulting in loss of time to read others books including Stolen Songbird which I already started with good vibes fact that increased my eagerness to resume it After a prompt analyze of this data I take the decision to write this review which will be as evidence based as possible that is to say close to none Please refer to option 3 to understand why Subject 1 Don narrator Gender Male Age 39 Appearance Average but the presence of a six pack due to extreme Aikido training deserves to be mentioned The clothing is practical highly influenced by a the weather b that s about it Please don t talk about jacket if your meaning is limited to conventional jacket otherwise you would have to face an hilarious misunderstanding Now that I think about it please mislead us that s too deliciously funny to forget But why why why can t people just say what they mean Relationship status After realizing that many women didn t get his over organized way of living Don decided to start the Wife Project following the batshit crazy idea where women have to apply to a uestionnaire I KNOW to decipher if a relationship would be sustainable Sub mentioned project will lead to a Awkward and head desk situations which still always remain smile inducing and never maddening it seems important to mention because the Wife Project can appear to objectify women it does but that s clear from the beginning that Don is wrong Well you ll probably be annoyed by him at some point but don t worry subject 2 is comingb As previously mentioned hilarious misunderstandings I turned to see him he was large and angry In order to prevent further violence I was forced to sit on him Get the fuck off me I ll fucking kill you he saidOn that basis it seemed illogical to grant his reuest c Adorable and swoon worthy scenes from the moment subject 2 is introduced Yes because there is EVOLUTION in Don s character I know big word right Exciting Subject 2 Rosie troublemaker Gender FemaleOh FUCK THAT I m not a scientist by any means You want to know who Rosie is Let me tell you she s an utterly likeable female lead who s going to bring the unexpected in Don s life shatter his numerous believes and stereotypes and make you love her in the process Smart strong minded sarcastic sure of her value as a person the madness she personifies stirs up the winds of freedom in Don s life and damn I enjoyed that something fierce Note that by madness I mean not as overly strict as Don so her description can be applied to any woman who doesn t want to be imprisoned in an artificial straightjacket and loathes that some guys think that women are only good to cook and fuck I say yes to this Controversies The Butterfly ProblemAt this point you might wonder why I m only giving it 35 stars The fact is as awesome as I found the idea and the execution of it I felt underwhelmed at times In a word it lacked feels for me As it is I m able to point that s The Rosie Project is an original and cute read but the butterflies were too rare even if they were here for sure note that several scenes will make you Awww out loud What can I say I need my shoot at butterflies However I can t deny that the character of Don the fact that s his POV drives this lack of feels so maybe that s the point you know That s why I rounded up my rating to a 4 Results Why should you read this bookBecause The Rosie Project is a tale of metamorphose by the acceptance of others for who they truly are and the acceptance of who WE are Can I say For all his awkwardness and surely because of it Don is an adorable and heartbreaking character whose desire to fit in moved me because the world we re living in doesn t always accept differences and that s a shame in my opinion A fucking huge oneIn a word Such an originally written cute romance I asked you here tonight because when you realise you want to spend the rest of your life with somebody you want the rest of your life to start as soon as possible Last edited June 2016 For of my reviews please visit

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Free download The Rosie Project 107 The international bestselling romantic comedy “bursting with warmth emotional depth andhumor” Entertainment Weekly featuring the oddly charming socially challenged genetics professor Don as he seeks true love is now available from Encore for a great valueThe art of love is never a science Meet Don Tillman a brilliant yet socially inept professor of genetics who’s decided it’s time he found a wife In the orderly evidence based manner with which Don approaches all things he designs The Wife Project to fin. Sheldon in loveAdorable and fun Probably one of the most enjoyable chick lit books I ve read ironically written by a man On the other hand not nearly enough sex in it

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Free download The Rosie Project 107 D his perfect partner a sixteen page scientifically valid survey to filter out the drinkers the smokers the late arrivers Rosie Jarman possesses all these ualities Don easily disualifies her as a candidate for The Wife Project even if she is “uite intelligent for a barmaid” But Don is intrigued by Rosie’s own uest to identify her biological father When an unlikely relationship develops as they collaborate on The Father Project Don is forced to confront the spontaneous whirlwind that is Rosie and the reali. What a shameWhat a shame Graeme Simsion wrote this offering uickly and that he went with a comedy rather than a dramaWhat a shame that the opportunity to educate and illuminate was suandered and traded for gratuitous laughs extreme generalisations and blatant stereotypingMy initial delight at realising the subject matter of this book meant I was immediately enrolled in the project A third of the way into the book I became uncomfortable with the tenor and theme The premise that higher functioning individuals on the Autistic Spectrum or anyone for that matter who sits outside societies normal framework accepts their position matter of factly is absurd Don knows he is weird inappropriate and that people make fun of him and the author suggests that Don is OK with it So accepting of ridicule is he that he purposefully resorts to self promotion as the class clown and nutty professor as a means of gaining some form of acceptance or acknowledgment Don tells us that he is an expert at being laughed at but Simsion never let him tell us how he felt about being so Instead the author invites us to laugh along with an inexhaustable number of accounts of crazy behaviours thoughts and incidents throughout this comedy I waited and hoped for for the opportunity to feel Don s pain but unfortunately his distress sadness vulnerability and loneliness if touched on were labels without feeling what we regular people experience but Asperger individuals according to Simsion only know if they score highly on a uestionnaire The idea that the Don s of this world do not feel the aguish associated with isolation and rejection is no less inaccurate than they are incapable of feeling empathy or knowing how to show loveIn the 1997 movie as Good As It Gets mentioned in The Rosie Project screenwriter Mark Andrus ensures that whilst revealing the prescriptive anxiety provoking world of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder he never loses sight of the anguish and humanity that underscores the day to day reality of a person who fails to conform to societal norms He offers the audience an opportunity to empathise as well as laugh at seemingly weird behaviours of the main character Unfortunately in his Rosie Project Simsion misses the opportunity to be a champion for his protagonist failing to show that although Don is hard wired neurologically to behave and respond in what makes make him a target for ridicule and isolation that his acute awareness of how he is perceived comprimises his inner struggle and peace Even at the end when it seems Don has found happiness and acceptance it was dependant on his adjustment and conformity to societies sensabilitiesObviously I found some positives in this book Well written engaging and with plenty of local flavour being set in Melbourne making for an enjoyable read The insights offered about the inconsistencies of what society accepts of human behaviour depending on who you are or your position in life were welcomed I also felt heartened that along with laughing at Don the audience were also shown that if you move beyond the visible and audible irregularities of a person we all have something to offer that we all have value and strengths and all deserve respect and to be treated with dignity I hope that maybe some readers will also see beyond the comedy to the human side and perhaps even accept that maybe we neurotypicals all need to change a little tolerate a little bit and accept a different way of seeing things so that the marginalised in society can fit in a little bit I share my life with a Don and I think the Rosie Project has not done his cause any favours and does not represent him faithfully with respect or the humanity he deserves Again What a shame

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  • The Rosie Project
  • Graeme Simsion
  • English
  • 10 June 2018
  • 9781442363021