Thursday, May 8, 2014

Good Story 082: The Rosie Project

Julie and Scott discover that they are both a little like Don. If that sentence makes no sense, read The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion, a funny novel with a lot to say. Episode 82!

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  1. I just finished my first Wodehouse and was puzzled to realize that I don't read much comedic material. Strange. This looks like it might be up my alley.

    To be honest, I don't have much an issue with comedies centered on romance -just romantic comedies. Sort of like how I don't mind movies with Christian themes but don't generally like Christian films. Ham is for sandwiches.

  2. I'm actually disturbed that you guys see yourselves in Don. But if you do, will you have me over for dinner on a Tuesday night? That one sounded the most delicious. ;)

    I read this so quickly that I'm worried I'll forget it easily, but I did enjoy it. I think Abed and Sheldon are too young for the role of Don, but I kept picturing David Schwimmer for some reason, I guess the character isn't too far from who he played on Friends. He also loved the Natural History museum....

    1. I agree that Abed and Sheldon are too young and I never watched Friends (can you believe there was someone in America who didn't love those kooky kids?). But those personalities are the closest I could find in my person experience. I also read it super fast ... both times. Just so much fun.