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The Rosie Effect

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I really enjoyed this book. The characters were quirky and the situations were really funny at times. I did like the first book better, but still enjoyed spending time with Don and Rosie again in this sequel.
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Took me a little while to reacclimate myself to the narrator's personality but the story was enjoyable once I did. Really liked the way it came together and the parallels with the movie character at the end.

I received a free e-galley from netgalley.com.
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Thanks to Netgalley and Simon & Schuster for providing a copy for an unbiased review.

Sequels can be tricky, but Graeme Simsion didn’t disappoint with this sequel to The Rosie Project.  He’s moved Don and Rosie from Australia to New York, where they’ve been figuring out the compromises required to live together as a married couple.  But when Rosie tells Don he’s going to be a father, he goes into full Don mode in an attempt to make sure everything is optimal to ensure a healthy Rosie and baby, and it’s unclear whether they’ll be able to find a compromise that will work for them both.  Like The Rosie Project, this story is sweet and funny and endearing.  I especially enjoyed listening to the audiobook for parts of it, the narrator’s Australian accent lent a bit of additional charm.  I probably enjoyed The Rosie Project just a bit more, simply because it was a bit less predictable.  Still, The Rosie Effect was a worthy successor.
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The Rosie Project has to be one of the funniest books that I have ever read.  The main character, Don, is a professor of genetics, and he is not social.  He likes to have everything in his life planned out to the second.  Then Don meets Rosie and everything in both of their lives change.  Very funny and cute!
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Cute, easy read. Not as great as the other Rosie book, but still fulfilling as a quick read.
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DNF. Struggled to get through it at all. A disappointment after the first book.
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This was a fun sequel in the Rosie series. There's plenty of humor
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when I went to read this title, the file was not accessible in my kindle reader. therefore I will decline to provide a review due to technical difficulties. My apologies on the matter.
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