Reviews

  • <b>Fans of The Rosie Project will love this ... It's heart-warming and clever</b>

    Daily Mail
  • <b>Offers a touching and intelligent insight into autism, while Don's hilarious escapades keep the laughs coming</b>

    i
  • <b>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</b>

    Sunday Express
  • <b>Hilarity is the order of the day in this joyful read</b>

    Prima
  • <b>The final book in Simsion's much-loved Rosie series . . . Uplifting</b>

    Mail on Sunday
  • <b>A fast-paced, enjoyable journey. Genuinely heartwarming . . . He is certainly ending on a high note</b>

    Independent
  • <b>Superb. A perfect mix of humour, heart and insight</b>

    Gavin Extence, bestselling author of The Universe Versus Alex Wood
  • <b>Excellent . . . beautifully and sensitively written, you will enjoy every sentence</b>

    Living Edge
  • Don Tillman is surely <b>one of the most recognisable, distinctive narrators in modern fiction ... </b>While this book is <b>deeper and more thought-provoking </b>than the first, there are many moments of <b>humour and unexpected joy ... Uplifting, eye-opening </b>a<b>nd definite food for thought</b> 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
  • <b><u>Praise for The Rosie Project Series</u></b>

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  • Behind all the <b>steady wit</b> and the <b>rolling jokes</b>, this is a <b>thoughtful</b> and <b>provocative</b> novel. [Readers] will <b>love it as much as they did <i>The Rosie Project</i></b>

    Sydney Morning Herald
  • <b>Compulsively readable. A poignant, universal story about how best to reconcile head and heart</b>

    Observer
  • <b>Sublime, pitch-perfect, extremely funny</b>

    Independent
  • <b>Brilliant, important, good-hearted</b>

    Guardian
  • <b>Exuberantly life-affirming</b>

    Sunday Times
  • <b>The book offers a touching and intelligent insight into autism, while Don's hilarious escapades keep the laughs coming</b>

    Morecambe Visitor