THE ROSIE PROJECT by Graeme Simsion

THE ROSIE PROJECTRegular readers of this blog may recall that after this year’s Valentine’s Day episode of The Big Bang Theory, I drew one simple conclusion: In a world where Sheldon can kiss Amy, anything is possible.

While reading THE ROSIE PROJECT, a romantic comedy in which Don Tillman, a genetics professor, decides to embark upon a Wife Project in order to find a romantic partner, I kept hearing Sheldon’s (well, Jim Parsons’s) voice. It’s a straightforward story, well-paced, and thoroughly entertaining. What makes it so endearing, I think, is that the characters are very human, witty, and likable.

In short: If you like The Big Bang Theory, this is a great summer read.

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Creator of The Literacy Cookbook (www.literacycookbook.com), I am an educational consultant who also happens to love to read incessantly. I found myself referring friends to so many books that it seemed like time to create a blog to record all of these recommendations. So here it is.
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