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BookThe Rosie Effect
AuthorGraeme Simsion
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The Rosie Effect Book PDF download for free

The Rosie Effect Book PDF download for free

Don sets out to learn the etiquette of fatherhood, but his unusual investigative style lands him in trouble with the law. Fortunately, his best friend, Gene, is there to advise him: he left Claudia and moved in with Don and Rosie.

Picking up where The Rosie Project left off, The Rosie Effect is an entertaining, hilarious and moving read. “Don Tillman really helps us believe in the possibilities, he really makes us proud to be the human, and the bonus is this: he makes us laugh” (Matthew Quick, author of The Silver Linings Playbook).

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A police officer asks the book’s lovable protagonist, 40-year-old Don Tillman, “Problems with authority?” He replies, “Right. Out of honesty—tactlessness—and not malice.” Tillman’s personality is the main vehicle that drives the funny and heartwarming story. He is the narrator and is on the autism spectrum, newlywed, and his wife. wife Rosie has told him she is pregnant. Tillman decides to name the embryo of indeterminate sex “BUD” because the fetus is a “developing baby.”

Tillman is a highly intelligent professor of genetics who teaches at Columbia Medical School in the New York City after he and Rosie recently moved to the United States from Australia. Their struggles stem from maneuvering through society’s social norms and dealing with the unexpected. Tillman takes everything literally and takes no advances unless Let me explain it to you.

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Honesty may be the best policy, but it can annoy and misunderstand many people. A highly structured life also relieves Tillman’s stress. The guy routinely creates graphic cos and investigates even the most mundane topics that typical people take for granted. The story takes place in the nine months before the baby is born.

The Rosie Effect from Mr. Simsion is the second part of the series. I loved the first book, The Rosie Project, so much that I was bound to read the next one at some point. The Rosie Effect continues the playful and thought-provoking story that made the first part so entertaining. In addition to the countless funny episodes, there are also themes like keeping secrets or tricking someone with noble intentions; symbolic gestures of environmentalists; emotions that interrupt rational behavior; balance between home and work, especially when it comes to children; traditional sexist role models in child rearing; Infidelity; and Nature vs. Breeding.

She derives some humor from a scientific study that incorporates a feminist agenda. Tillman’s logical approach to researching issues leads to some hilarious episodes of misunderstandings with people in positions of power like law enforcement. The narrator is completely honest until he concludes that secrecy and lies are required in his misguided attempt to reduce Rosie’s stress from her pregnancy and her workload. History includes its fair share of people dropping F-bombs. There is a short interview with the author at the end of the book that I found interesting.

It’s not essential to read the first volume, but you’ll miss out on an entertaining story and learn how the two opposite personalities of Don and Rosie met and married. The Rosie Effort focuses on the tensions of a couple expecting their first child and how they allow their relationship to evolve into something else. Mr. Simsion’s book aims to be a fun and enjoyable story and, IMHO, it gets the job done. The Fool has an ending that would make viewers of The Hallmark Channel break out in sentimental goosebumps. The Rosie Effect was a nice palliative after the previous book I read was pretty depressing.

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