The Rosie Project A Complete Summary of The Rosie Project.
Graeme C. Simsion, an author from New Zealand, wrote The Rosie Project in 2014. This novel proved successful and so far, it has brought in more than 1.8 million USD.
Graeme was a consultancy manager prior to his writing career, and he even wrote two books about data modeling. Graeme even established his own consulting business in 1982, but sold it in 1999.
Graeme is married and has two children.
The novel The Rosie Project is about a man named Don Tillman. He is an Australian genetics professor who spends all his time organizing his life and trying to become a better person overall. Don does not really get along well with most people, so he usually keeps to himself when it comes to dating and interaction with women. But after he spends some time with his womanizing friend and his wife, Don comes up with a plan: he will invent a questionnaire which he believes will help him considerably with finding his perfect woman. But how will everything turn out in the end, and will the questionnaire bring the results that Don wants? This is remains to be seen when a woman named Rosie comes into his life quite unexpectedly.
The Rosie Project is an interesting novel, written in a humorous tone. The premises are promising, and the events between Don and Rosie are written in a nice, romantic fashion with a little bit of clumsiness and humor.