'The phone call signalling an escalation in the Hudson Adjustment Problem came at 10:18 a.m. on a Friday morning . . .'
Meet Don Tillman, the genetics professor with a scientific approach to everything. But he's facing a set of human dilemmas tougher than the trickiest of equations.
Right now he is in professional hot water after a lecture goes viral; his wife of 4,380 days, Rosie, is about to lose the research job she loves; and - the most serious problem of all - their eleven-year-old son, Hudson, is struggling at school. He's a smart kid, but socially awkward-not fitting in.
Fortunately, Don's had a lifetime's experience of not fitting in. And he's going to share the solutions with Hudson. He'll need the help of old friends and new, lock horns with the education system, and face some big questions about himself. As well as opening the world's best cocktail bar.
Big-hearted, hilarious and exuberantly life-affirming, The Rosie Result is a story of overcoming life's obstacles with a little love and a lot of overthinking.
Graeme Simsion's first novel, The Rosie Project, and the sequel The Rosie Effect were both bestselling novels worldwide. The Rosie Result is the third and final Rosie installment. Graeme is also the author of the critically-acclaimed standalone novel The Best of Adam Sharp.
Exuberantly life-affirming * Sunday Times * Brilliant, important, good-hearted * Guardian * Sublime, pitch-perfect, extremely funny * Independent * Compulsively readable. A poignant, universal story about how best to reconcile head and heart * Observer * All three books in Simsion's series made me laugh out loud and were wonderfully endearing, genuine and open-hearted - everything I look for in a story * Post (Bristol) * The book offers a touching and intelligent insight into autism, while Don's hilarious escapades keep the laughs coming * Morecambe Visitor * Exuberantly life-affirming * Sunday Times * Brilliant, important, good-hearted * Guardian * Sublime, pitch-perfect, extremely funny * Independent * Compulsively readable. A poignant, universal story about how best to reconcile head and heart * Observer * Behind all the steady wit and the rolling jokes, this is a thoughtful and provocative novel. [Readers] will love it as much as they did The Rosie Project * Sydney Morning Herald * Praise for The Rosie Project Series * : * What is normal, and who among us gets to decide what is? Or is it enough to simply be comfortable in one's own skin? These are the heavy questions at the crux of this lighthearted book about identity and the consequences of seeing other people through the lens of labels * San Francisco Chronicle * The message of inclusiveness and embracing differences is lovely. In the end, The Rosie Result is about learning to be comfortable with who you are * National Public Radio * Entertaining and thought-provoking * BookTrib * UpLit novels to light up your life * Red Online * Don Tillman is surely one of the most recognisable, distinctive narrators in modern fiction ... While this book is deeper and more thought-provoking than the first, there are many moments of humour and unexpected joy ... Uplifting, eye-opening and definite food for thought on whether we need to adapt to the world, or whether something the world is a better place in accommodating us as we are * My Weekly * Excellent . . . beautifully and sensitively written, you will enjoy every sentence * Living Edge * Superb. A perfect mix of humour, heart and insight * Gavin Extence, bestselling author of The Universe Versus Alex Wood * A fast-paced, enjoyable journey. Genuinely heartwarming . . . He is certainly ending on a high note * Independent * The final book in Simsion's much-loved Rosie series . . . Uplifting * Mail on Sunday * Hilarity is the order of the day in this joyful read * Prima * Graeme Simsion tackles some of the heavy issues of our day - autism, gender roles, political correctness - but his light touch makes this novel a fun and satisfying read * Sunday Express * Offers a touching and intelligent insight into autism, while Don's hilarious escapades keep the laughs coming * i * Fans of The Rosie Project will love this ... It's heart-warming and clever * Daily Mail *
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