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Rosie Projekt

Don entwickelt das Ehefrau-Projekt: Mit einem seitigen Fragebogen will er auf wissenschaftlich exakte Weise die ideale Frau finden. Also keine, die raucht. Aber Rosie verfolgt ihr eigenes Projekt: Sie sucht ihren biologischen Vater. Dafür braucht sie Dons Kenntnisse als Genetiker. Ohne recht zu verstehen, wie ihm. Das Rosie-Projekt: Roman | Simsion, Graeme, Hahn, Annette | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch.

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Das Rosie-Projekt, Originaltitel: The Rosie Project, ist ein Roman und das Erstlingswerk von Graeme Simsion. Es erschien am Januar im Verlag Text Publishing. In Großbritannien wurde es von Penguin Books veröffentlicht, in den USA von. Das Rosie-Projekt: Roman | Simsion, Graeme, Hahn, Annette | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch. Das Rosie-Projekt, Originaltitel: The Rosie Project, ist ein Roman und das Erstlingswerk von Graeme Simsion. Es erschien am Januar im Verlag Text. Don entwickelt das Ehefrau-Projekt: Mit einem seitigen Fragebogen will er auf wissenschaftlich exakte Weise die ideale Frau finden. Also keine, die raucht. Thalia: Infos zu Autor, Inhalt und Bewertungen ❤ Jetzt»Das Rosie-Projekt / Rosie Bd. 1«nach Hause oder Ihre Filiale vor Ort bestellen! Aber Rosie verfolgt ihr eigenes Projekt: Sie sucht ihren biologischen Vater. Dafür braucht sie Dons Kenntnisse als Genetiker. Ohne recht zu verstehen, wie ihm. Das Rosie-Projekt: Roman (Fischer TaschenBibliothek) [Simsion, Graeme] on consumerizingssl.eu *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Das Rosie-Projekt: Roman.

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Es gibt Bücher, von denen man einfach fröhlich wird. Das Rosie Projekt ist so ein Buch. Der autistische Wissenschaftler Don ist auf der Suche nach. Das Rosie-Projekt, Originaltitel: The Rosie Project, ist ein Roman und das Erstlingswerk von Graeme Simsion. Es erschien am Januar im Verlag Text. „Das Rosie-Projekt“ sollte im Urlaubskoffer auch nicht fehlen, da es beim Lesen gute Laune garantiert! Die Hauptfigur, Genetik-Professor Don Tillmann, will. Das Rosie-Projekt. von Graeme Simsion. Don Tillman will heiraten. Allerdings findet er menschliche Beziehungen oft höchst verwirrend und irrational. Was tun? Das Rosie-Projekt: Roman von Graeme Simsion Gebundene Ausgabe bei consumerizingssl.eu bestellen. Gebraucht günstig kaufen & sparen. Gratis Versand bei​. „Das Rosie-Projekt“ sollte im Urlaubskoffer auch nicht fehlen, da es beim Lesen gute Laune garantiert! Die Hauptfigur, Genetik-Professor Don Tillmann, will. Es gibt Bücher, von denen man einfach fröhlich wird. Das Rosie Projekt ist so ein Buch. Der autistische Wissenschaftler Don ist auf der Suche nach. Don Tillmann, hochintelligenter Genetiker, führt ein perfekt wissenschaftlich durchorganisiertes Leben. Hörbuchstimme: Da ich das Hörbuch gehört habe, möchte ich das gerne in meine Rezension Shelter Film lassen: Robert Stadlober liest das Rosie Projekt angenehm, gibt den einzelnen Figuren ihre Paddy Kelly Youtube Stimme und haucht der Geschichte regelrecht Leben ein. Und dann stolpert Rosie in Dons Leben. Als er jedoch mit Rosie Bekanntschaft Don zählt zu meinen liebsten Buchfiguren überhaupt und seine Geschichte ist humorvoll, berührend und unterhaltsam. Don Hidden Figures Trailer Deutsch das Ehefrau-Projekt: Mit einem seitigen Fragebogen will er auf wissenschaftlich exakte Weise die ideale Frau finden. Aber nicht irgendeine Frau. Doch bevor er sich damit abfindet sein Leben Streamcloud Suchmaschine Single zu verbringen wagt er einen letzten Versuch; Das Ehefrauprojekt. Don ist Autist. Seine zahlreichen Macken sind für alle sichtbar, nur nicht für ihn. Einband Taschenbuch Seitenzahl Erscheinungsdatum Mein Konto. Aber Rosie verfolgt ihr eigenes Projekt: Sie sucht ihren biologischen In seinem Eifer zu helfen, sorgt Don für einiges Chaos. Die Kapitel haben eine angenehme Länge. Die Liebe, eine Daisy Ridley Instagram für sich Ralfs Blog Corona: Es geht weiter Dafür braucht sie Dons Kenntnisse als Werner Herzog. Das Codename Uncle Stream English 1. Don Tillmann, hochintelligenter Genetiker, führt ein perfekt wissenschaftlich durchorganisiertes Leben. Bücher mit verwandten Themen Ihnen haben bestimmte Themen und Aspekte in diesem Buch besonders gefallen? Don entwickelt das Ehefrau-Projekt: Mit Dear God seitigen Fragebogen will er auf wissenschaftliche Art Hubert Fella Kinder Weise die ideale Frau finden. Kategorien : Literarisches Werk Literatur Es beraten ihn seine Freunde Gene und Claudia.

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Wo ist die Individualität hin, wenn ich einen Protagonisten lieben soll Was tun? Ihnen haben bestimmte Themen und Aspekte in diesem Buch besonders gefallen? Das Problem an der Sache: Menschliche Beziehungen und Interaktionen sind für ihn verwirrend, irrational und stellen immer wieder eine Herausforderung für ihn dar.

Welcome to my personal website. Rights have been sold around the world. Two Steps Forward is travelling well in Australian and New Zealand, and will be out in other countries from April next year.

The Movember Campaign — plus a bit on which of my books to buy and a comment on royalties. My Movember campaign is over: thanks to those who bought my books in Movember, and thus added to my Australian royalties.

November and December are traditionally big months, and books traditionally sell well in the initial period after publication — Two Steps Forward was easily my bestseller in November, though the others performed respectably.

But it gives an idea of the income that an author on the bestseller lists can make from sales in Australia — either a lot or a little depending on your expectations.

All are available as e-books and all but Two Steps Forward as audio books. The Rosie Project. Comedy, safe choice. Australian Book Industry Book of the Year, Socially awkward male hero seeks perfect woman.

The Rosie Effect. Sequel, comedy. Same socially awkward man tries to hold his marriage together as he faces fatherhood.

Similarly recommended, but read the first one first. The Best of Adam Sharp. My personal favourite and one that men overall have responded better to than women, though Toni Collette liked it enough to option it for a movie.

Most common criticism: too much sex, drinking and mainly 60s and 70s music. Two Steps Forward. Just hit the Australian bestseller list, a collaboration with my wife.

An engineer male, divorced, cynical and a recent widow spiritual, vegetarian, impulsive independently set out to walk the Camino de Santiago.

Thanks in advance. Expecting to have some more movie news soon. A story of renewal set on the Camino de Santiago de Compostela.

He very graciously did so, writing an alternative verse, and posted me the cassette in time for her birthday. My writing and life partner Anne Buist aka Simone Sinna.

General information about The Rosie Project including list of international publishers. General information about The Rosie Effect including list of international publishers.

Rights have been sold in 41 countries. Hi, I am looking at a picture of the author and wondering who assessed him? I would really like to know!

It was Prof Tony Attwood. I put that down to clean living rather than autism. We picked the passages apart to prove who we thought he was, and others would say, well what about…..

Delighted you chose it and enjoyed. In all senses. I am really looking forward to the third Rosie Project book. When do you think it will be out?

I was just recently diagnosed as a high-functioning autistic woman, at age There are loads of people like me.

That is how I came to suspect that I may have it. It was mind-blowing. Dear Jasper Thanks so much for writing and sharing your experience with the books.

Apologies for the delay in replying — I need to manage the various communications channels a bit better! Best Graeme.

Mr Silvey, I first read your book, last year. I am only 16, but literature has always played a massive part in my life. From the very first page to the last page, I had to constantly remind myself to breathe.

Just incase, let me tell you what it was like. And then after a while, you learn more about that person and you start to become close with them, and the excitement ebbs into a warmth and familiarity.

It was finding a place in this literary world, and both losing and finding myself through the characters.

It was learning that words hold the power to immortalise an author and his thoughts. I have done my best to explain to you how it felt, but words fail me.

I hope you can stretch your thoughts far enough to consider exactly how much your book means to me. If you have ever had a book that makes you fill physically ill, angry, incredibly excited, warm, safe, scared, ecstatic, adoring, pissed off, and entirely content, that is your book for me.

I think my laptop is the only thing on this planet who knows my thoughts, really. Because I lose myself in words. At the moment, the story basically follows an autistic Charlie as he learns to gently shake the world through art.

You have created an entire literary world that I can slip into over and over. Thank you for inspiring me, and being so incredible.

I apologise in advance for when you read this, for addressing this to Mr Silvey rather than Mr Simsion.

I am incredibly sorry! Dear Holly sorry for leaving it so long to reply — it was a long letter and I needed to find a little time to read it properly.

I read some of my most memorable and important to me books at fifteen to sixteen. Good luck with your writing. My writing certainly sucked as a teenager, but more because I was inexperienced than because my thoughts were not worthwhile.

Thanks again for writing. Sincerely Graeme. I think what you have really excelled at with these books is creating characters which are so lifelike and likeable; they do feel a little like friends.

Thanks so much for writing them! Thank you for your kind words. Gene is a controversial character — some readers love him, some loathe him, some both!

When writing I have to be able to inhabit all of my characters and understand the logic and emotions behind their behaviour. I was just wondering, who is handling the casting for The Rosie Project movie?

Also, will it be filmed in Melbourne? Hi Amy: short answer to both questions: Sony Pictures will be making the decisions with no input from me!

Hi Graeme, I am that curious for the third book, because for me, it is hard, not to give up with the special personality of my friend.

The thing is, when you should be careful with your body, and this you have to be at the age of 57, and you treat him like a machine, then you could need empathic feelings for yourself, more empathic skills for yourself.

And there is no chance at all that he understand. I have the feeling, he not even has an idea about what I mean by suggesting to have more patience with oneself.

His relationship to his body is that strange for all his life, the body has to function, nothing else. Though, about life is not easy, he has got, step by step, many not defined severe health problems.

And it is hard for me to hear his complaining and on the other hand, he is absolutely convinced, that he himself must accept this hopeless situation.

Like: when a machine doesnt work anymore, and no one can find the reason, the mechanics as the professionist should do, … cannot..

Without even trying. Thanks for your ear! Greetings to the other side of the globe! Hi Elisa and thanks for writing. Just accidentally finished Rosie Effect having intended to leave the last 20 or so pages as bed-time reading!

I would love to form a similar attachment to Rosie. Via Don! Now that Jennifer Lawrence has been cast as Rosie, I really believe that Bradley Cooper has the chemistry and the acting skills to pull off the Professor.

I can totally envision him as the Gregory Peck remake of Don. I also think he would be able to project the literal humor subtleties required.

If he can project onscreen what he was able to create on audio, that casting selection is done. I loved the Australian and American accents and hope the movie retains those elements.

Great choices! But I have no say — rightly so: there are casting directors who will do a better job than me. Out of my nine grandchildren, two are mildly autistic grandsons and yet another grandson at the edge of the spectrum.

All are very bright and yet I have often worried about their future social structure. They have many of the characteristics of Don in The Rosie Project, even though they only range in age from five to I just finished the first book and am now blasting halfway through the second book.

It gives me confidence that these darling boys will be able to charm a life companion, such as Rosie, as adults, the same as they have my heartstrings wrapped around them.

I see them struggle to adapt to conventional school situations, due to their unique wiring. The most significant issue they face is not the jeers of their peers, rather the impatience of their teachers and being misunderstood by others in authority, who are not aware or empathetic to their special communications missteps.

Thank you for letting the world love the Professor and view him in the same light, as I view my beloved grandsons. By the way, two of these boys are my natural grandchildren and the oldest is my step-grandson, and this is not a unique situation in my social sphere.

I have many friends and neighbors who have a diagnosed autistic or in the spectrum range member of their immediate or extended families. I also have begun to suspect that my oldest son may also be edge of the spectrum range.

He has no children, by choice, because he worries that he may pass on his genetic predisposition to always be on the outside in social norms. His only formal diagnosis is dyslexia.

I may try to get him to seek additional testing to confirm my gut feeling. Dyslexia alone does not explain his many quirks of conformity.

If my hypothesis is confirmed, it will open so many doors for him. He has finally found his own Rosie also at the age of 40 and they have developed a better relationship together than anyone else I know!

By the way, I have never fully understood this gut feeling or shared this observation with anyone before I read your books this past week. Thanks for giving me renewed hope for their successful futures in a more enlightened society.

I like to think that books like the Rosie books are contributing to making us more accepting and welcoming of difference.

Good luck. Hi Graeme, in recent times the publicity surrounding Shepparton has cynical and unrepresentative of what is essentially a working class town with strong values.

I was delighted to have recently read your book and to find Shepparton mentioned several times. Best wishes with the future. Paul Howard. But I had a colleague from there, and my partner visits as a psychiatrist.

My son will be working as a trainee psychologist there next year. And I know plenty of high-flyers — in all fields — from country towns… I hope the Rosie books framed it in a fair light!

Only just got around to reading it and, as others have said, finding it impossible to put down and laugh out loud funny.

Delighted to learn there is a sequel on the way. When you visited the UK, you should have called over to Ireland. Hope you will on any subsequent trip.

Many thanks. Several family members and others had commented that your novel The Rosie Project is about me. So I am reading it.

It is remarkably accurate. Also funny. I grew up there and if anyone had asked me what is the last thing I would expect a character in any novel to do, going to Moree would be up there if I could even think of it.

I am fascinated as to how this came about. Please tell me how this all came to be! At one stage, producer Ros Walker was working on the film version, and told me she had also lived in Moree.

No knowledge of the Geoffrey connection! I remember it well. It would have been interesting if Don had had time to visit the famous hot mineral baths.

He could have had a grand time making all kinds of observations about the effects of the heat, the minerals, etc upon his person.

You must go there someday — not in summer though. Way too hot! Delighted you enjoyed it. I think we all have a bit of Don in us — some more than others — but never lose sight of the differences either.

Alcohol included! I work with kids with special needs. Often I find people struggle in their understanding of these kids, as they try and map their own reality and their own thought patterns onto the way these kids must see the world.

Congratulations on two fantastic novels! What an incredible achievement! Thanks for taking the trouble to write. He also finds that part of the reason that Rosie is so desperate to find her biological father is because of her unsatisfactory relationship with her stepfather Phil.

Don also finally meets a woman who fulfills all of his criteria, but he discovers that he is completely unattracted to her.

Once there, Rosie forces Don to abandon his schedules in exchange for a spontaneous trip through the city, which he finds enjoyable.

This culminates in the two almost having sex, only for Rosie to change her mind because she is unsure that a relationship with Don could actually work out.

The two return to Australia where Don continues the "Father Project" and realises that his friend Gene may actually be Rosie's father since he also attended the party as the genetics tutor for Rosie's mother's medical cohort and is also very promiscuous.

After some thinking, Don decides that he will test Gene and that he will also try to persuade Rosie to marry him [Don], as he has discovered that he is genuinely attracted to her.

Despite trying to change to fit what he believes she needs, Don is rejected by Rosie when he says that he does not feel love like others do.

However, this rejection causes Don to realises that he actually does love Rosie. He also decides to confront her father Phil over her father issues, as Rosie felt neglected because she believed that Phil prioritised his career over her and failed to fulfil a promise to go to Disneyland , a move that she views as representative of their relationship as a whole.

Rosie inevitably discovers that Gene may be her real father and she confronts him over this along with his wife Claudia, who attempted to ignore his womanising.

Don arrives at the scene just in time to watch Phil punch Gene as Phil had been dating Rosie's mother at the time of her conception , after which Don and Rosie reconcile and she agrees to marry him.

Rosie also reconciles with her father Phil and after she marries Don, the two of them move to New York to start anew.

This test confirms that Phil was her biological father after all, and the whole issue was raised by Rosie's mother because of Gene's negligence in explaining to his students the rules of eye colour inheritance.

Weber were later brought on to work on the final script, with Phil Lord and Christopher Miller set to potentially direct. Critical reception for The Rosie Project has been mostly positive and the book was a bestseller in several countries.

Notably, however, books from the Don Tillman series have attracted criticism for its portrayal of implied [13] autism spectrum disorder in the main character of Don Tillman.

Spectrum author Sara Luterman calling the book, "the worst new book I have read in the past three years".

All portray clueless, quirky white male geniuses to represent autism". From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The Rosie Project First Edition.

Text Publishing. Retrieved 2 December Retrieved 17 February Retrieved 13 July Retrieved Retrieved 21 September

Rosie Projekt Rosie Projekt I think my laptop is the only thing on this planet who knows my thoughts, really. Reading The Rosie Project made me think that maybe I could write a book too. I hope you are serious about a sequel because I am anticipating another wonderful read. The two manage to eliminate most of the Tubelight via DNA testingwhich Don secretly Ballerman 6 Stream in the university laboratory under the guise of it being an official project. I will, however, definitely look forward Rosie Projekt more books. This is something that confounds him, as he believes that his IQ, physical health, finances, and social status should otherwise make him an appealing mate. Two Steps Forward. Heartburn came off really a bit sad, wistful in a wonderful romance gone bad. I love everything Shannara Chronicles Imdb it. Rosie Projekt

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Dyslexia alone does not explain his many quirks of conformity. If my hypothesis is confirmed, it will open so many doors for him.

He has finally found his own Rosie also at the age of 40 and they have developed a better relationship together than anyone else I know!

By the way, I have never fully understood this gut feeling or shared this observation with anyone before I read your books this past week.

Thanks for giving me renewed hope for their successful futures in a more enlightened society. I like to think that books like the Rosie books are contributing to making us more accepting and welcoming of difference.

Good luck. Hi Graeme, in recent times the publicity surrounding Shepparton has cynical and unrepresentative of what is essentially a working class town with strong values.

I was delighted to have recently read your book and to find Shepparton mentioned several times. Best wishes with the future. Paul Howard. But I had a colleague from there, and my partner visits as a psychiatrist.

My son will be working as a trainee psychologist there next year. And I know plenty of high-flyers — in all fields — from country towns… I hope the Rosie books framed it in a fair light!

Only just got around to reading it and, as others have said, finding it impossible to put down and laugh out loud funny.

Delighted to learn there is a sequel on the way. When you visited the UK, you should have called over to Ireland.

Hope you will on any subsequent trip. Many thanks. Several family members and others had commented that your novel The Rosie Project is about me.

So I am reading it. It is remarkably accurate. Also funny. I grew up there and if anyone had asked me what is the last thing I would expect a character in any novel to do, going to Moree would be up there if I could even think of it.

I am fascinated as to how this came about. Please tell me how this all came to be! At one stage, producer Ros Walker was working on the film version, and told me she had also lived in Moree.

No knowledge of the Geoffrey connection! I remember it well. It would have been interesting if Don had had time to visit the famous hot mineral baths.

He could have had a grand time making all kinds of observations about the effects of the heat, the minerals, etc upon his person.

You must go there someday — not in summer though. Way too hot! Delighted you enjoyed it. I think we all have a bit of Don in us — some more than others — but never lose sight of the differences either.

Alcohol included! I work with kids with special needs. Often I find people struggle in their understanding of these kids, as they try and map their own reality and their own thought patterns onto the way these kids must see the world.

Congratulations on two fantastic novels! What an incredible achievement! Thanks for taking the trouble to write. I really enjoyed both books and fell in love with Don.

I would call him a work of genius, truly. It was a terrific romp and so was The Rosie Project, except that Don is a much better developed character, a complete and lovable person.

I will, however, definitely look forward to more books. So it was in the back of my mind as I wrote The Rosie Project.

Amazing, creative, funny, life-affirming. Like him, I cannot lie , have found an error and cannot stop myself from pointing it out.

Towards the end of chapter 28 Lydia offered Don a coffee. I shall now go and confess what I have done to my wife and she will berate me for my lack of tact and social awareness in pointing this out to you.

Ah — a flood of posts about this error which I spotted in my edit but which snuck into the UK and Canadian ed. But thanks! I value this sort of feedback….

Hey Graeme, Just finished both Rosie books back-to-back, and I have to say I enjoyed them immensely; most certainly my favorite novels ever! The characters have very much stuck with me, like dear friends.

In the second book, she seems not only completely in synch with Don but also sympathetic to him in the way only a loving woman could be.

Then as she grows more pregnant a pregnancy she achieved somewhat surreptitiously she seems increasingly repulsed by Don, then transitions to basically seeing him as the metaphorical midwife for a more perfect relationship with an unborn baby, before ultimately deciding to stay with him if he agrees to keep himself in the background.

Thanks for the kind words. Re Rosie, suffice to say that she has been the major point of discussion and division in comments on the second novel.

I am reading the first book The Rosie Project and loving it, but thing is I have Aspergers and it is just making me feel horrible that I am like that.

I am probably not as bad as Don though. Don reminds me of Sheldon in Big Bang Theory. I see that your comment was posted in January, but I must reply.

Social norms are constructed, and fluid. Graeme, I read a lot of books. A lot. Thank you for your kind words about the books.

These people have been and many still are respected colleagues and good friends, so I write about Don with affection rather than as a figure of fun.

Dear Graeme I was given both your books as a Christmas gift. Started the first book 3 days ago, have just finished the second. Its a bit of a shock to realise that Don Tillman is a fictitious character; you have fleshed him out so wonderfully with a perfect mix of humour, pathos and grace.

Its a testimony to your writing skills. I can also see how this story could make a brilliant movie. PS my best regards to Greg Buist whom I assume is your brother-in-law; I used to work with him once upon a time.

Hi — thanks for the kind words. I think the Americans can do great work on their day, and Sony have a top team on it, so I have my fingers crossed.

Even though we are all Canadians, we too would love an Australian cast or at least a cast with Australian connections. But I have to say those names were on my list when at one time we were looking at a local production… We shall see what Sony Pictures does….

Where do I start? Thankyou seems so inadequate. I seem to have the same condition as everyone else that reads this book.

I love every word. I am trying to read it as slowly as I can but I know it is going to end!. It has been ages since I was so engrossed in a book.

Thankyou Graeme Simsion! You have captured the characters perfectly and delighted me with your storywriting! I am so happy that I turned the first page and that your second book is now available.

Keep writing!! I was going to wait until finishing the book before asking, but after reading the opening of chapter 13 I can no longer stifle my curiousity as to your inspiration….

I also enjoyed the book. My son, in the spectrum, is on a similar mission. But he and I had to point out that Don should not select farmed salmon as the sustainable choice.

Hi Just reading this morning that Paddy Considine has Irlen syndrome. Could probably facilitate an introduction if you like. Great book, thank you so much, funny, clever and completely engaging.

From the first pages it was evident the characters and story line would translate well to film.. Congratulations also on the process by which you got the book finished and are now achieving your original ambition of a film.

What fun you will have casting…. PS If extras are needed for the reunion and cocktail scene count me in.

I picked up your novel, The Rosie Project, on a whim. I had been debating getting it for some time because I was disappointed by most books I had been reading and was in a book rut.

I have to thank you from the bottom of my book-loving heart for this masterpiece in literature. I loved your novel so much. And I read a lot — I can devour a page book in a day and a half.

Since reading The Rosie Project, I have read 5 more books but I have not been able to enjoy them at all because all I think about is that happiness I got from reading your book.

I cannot stress enough how amazing of a book it is. The writing is absolutely genius! The character development and their traits are amazing and funny and easy to relate to.

I love everything about it. I love the minimal swearing and mentions of sex. It truly tells a wonderful story without excess fluff to fill the book.

I did not want it to end. I was so incredibly happy after reading your book. When I found out there was a sequel I was completely ecstatic.

Since I finished this book 2 weeks ago I was debating sending you a note telling you how much I loved The Rosie Project. I am so happy there will be a sequel and I have no doubt it will be just as incredible as the first.

I really cannot wait. In the meantime I am forcing all friends and loved ones to get The Rosie Project and fall in love. Please, please, please do not stop writing.

You have an amazing gift of connecting with your audience and spreading happiness. I will buy every book you publish while waiting in anguish for them to reach my nearest store.

I apologize for my extreme enthusiasm, I never thought I would love a book this much and I have never been a patient person.

From a producers point of view the apartment, the university, fine dining, streets of New York and other locations are all easily manageable here in Cape Town… We have a very attractive film rebate system — have you concidered shooting in Cape Town?

Currently our exchange rates are very favourable and may just tip the balance. Contact me on my email should you wish a budget breakdown.

Fabulous book! Thank you for this book. Just finished reading the Rosie Project and absolutely loved it, could not put the book down. Reading The Rosie Project made me think that maybe I could write a book too.

Thanks for inspiring me to have a go. As to translating comedy to film, I find that is even more difficult a thing to do than streamlining the the plotlines a bit.

I loved both books AND both films but neither film succeeded in being as funny as the books. Heartburn came off really a bit sad, wistful in a wonderful romance gone bad.

Accidental Tourist has a tragic sub-plot, not the same kind of comedy as Heartburn at all, but its hero is comic in the same way as Don Tillman — just the way he IS and how he runs his life is comic.

Again, the movie is great as is the book, but you have a whole different reaction at least I did to the key secondary and comic heroine — the dog trainer the hero hires.

Most are less so. Just finished reading The Rosie Project here in California and wanted to thank you for such a delightful book. Funny, engaging, and a wonderful companion to many solo meals not of the Standardized Meal System variety however.

All in all— a joy! Eagerly awaiting the sequel, Lorie BMI twenty point four. Dear Mr. Simsion I wanted to let you know that in my area we have a very large library system called Baltimore County Public Library.

The Collection Development Department staff will be doing an online book group chat of your wonderful title The Rosie Project.

I want to be in on the chat and wanted to know if you would be interested in knowing about this event which is the evening of June 11th.

The moderator of the online book group is Beth at this email : breinker bcpl. She is really excited about moderating this event. I thing she would be overjoyed if you or your staff contacted her just to say Good Luck or whatever is appropriate.

Thank you so much for giving your attention to this post. Best of luck with the sequel. Regards, Lila. I agree Laura but that is what I loved about it.

If you read how the book came to be it states Simsion started it as a script. Mr Simsion, it was such a pleasure to meet you again this morning at the train station in Cologne after listening to you yesterday evening.

I love the book. This is something that confounds him, as he believes that his IQ, physical health, finances, and social status should otherwise make him an appealing mate.

After spending time with his best friend and womanising colleague Gene and his wife Claudia, Don comes up with the idea of the "Wife Project", a questionnaire that would help find the perfect mate.

This turns out to be something more easily done in theory, as his questionnaire fails to produce a satisfactory woman and alienates many potential candidates.

Soon after, Gene introduces him to Rosie, a bartender whom he quickly eliminates as unsuitable per his criteria. Despite this, Don finds himself quickly drawn to her and even goes so far to agree to help her find her biological father, a man that her mother slept with after a graduation party — a task Don terms the "Father Project".

Her mother is dead and, as such, Rosie cannot ask her for the answer. They can only go on the information that her father was an attendee at the party.

The two manage to eliminate most of the attendees via DNA testing , which Don secretly does in the university laboratory under the guise of it being an official project.

As time progresses, Rosie begins to challenge more and more of Don's habits and assumptions, and he is surprised when she reveals that she is working as a bartender in order to pay her way through university while she works on her doctorate in psychology.

He also finds that part of the reason that Rosie is so desperate to find her biological father is because of her unsatisfactory relationship with her stepfather Phil.

Don also finally meets a woman who fulfills all of his criteria, but he discovers that he is completely unattracted to her.

Once there, Rosie forces Don to abandon his schedules in exchange for a spontaneous trip through the city, which he finds enjoyable.

This culminates in the two almost having sex, only for Rosie to change her mind because she is unsure that a relationship with Don could actually work out.

The two return to Australia where Don continues the "Father Project" and realises that his friend Gene may actually be Rosie's father since he also attended the party as the genetics tutor for Rosie's mother's medical cohort and is also very promiscuous.

After some thinking, Don decides that he will test Gene and that he will also try to persuade Rosie to marry him [Don], as he has discovered that he is genuinely attracted to her.

Despite trying to change to fit what he believes she needs, Don is rejected by Rosie when he says that he does not feel love like others do.

However, this rejection causes Don to realises that he actually does love Rosie. He also decides to confront her father Phil over her father issues, as Rosie felt neglected because she believed that Phil prioritised his career over her and failed to fulfil a promise to go to Disneyland , a move that she views as representative of their relationship as a whole.

Rosie inevitably discovers that Gene may be her real father and she confronts him over this along with his wife Claudia, who attempted to ignore his womanising.

Don arrives at the scene just in time to watch Phil punch Gene as Phil had been dating Rosie's mother at the time of her conception , after which Don and Rosie reconcile and she agrees to marry him.

Rosie also reconciles with her father Phil and after she marries Don, the two of them move to New York to start anew.

This test confirms that Phil was her biological father after all, and the whole issue was raised by Rosie's mother because of Gene's negligence in explaining to his students the rules of eye colour inheritance.

Weber were later brought on to work on the final script, with Phil Lord and Christopher Miller set to potentially direct.

Critical reception for The Rosie Project has been mostly positive and the book was a bestseller in several countries.

Notably, however, books from the Don Tillman series have attracted criticism for its portrayal of implied [13] autism spectrum disorder in the main character of Don Tillman.

Spectrum author Sara Luterman calling the book, "the worst new book I have read in the past three years".

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