The Rosie Project (Don Tillman, #1)
My rating: 4 out of 5 stars.
This has been one of the best books I have read in 2016. It made me ‘laugh out loud’ and that’s too unlikely when I read. Sure it must have looked like something when I laughed out at 12:30 am in the night, just a few pages in the book then.
If you know someone who seems emotionally inept/or you take care of someone on the spectrum/Asperger then you should consider this book. Besides, if you like the “Sheldon cooper” character in the Big bang theory, this book will be a refreshing read for you! It’s entertaining and chooses to offer you an alternate/practical view about people who have Asperger/autism. You will feel the lives of such people when you read some of “Don’s” real-world challenges and what he does about them. It’s beautifully narrated and you will re-read several sections to relive the humor.
I took a star off, I felt the end of the book was rushed into. Also, the paternity search became somewhat a drag in the ending chapters. Readers deserve justice with a clear end and should not be left guessing it. Apart from that, it was awesome.