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The Rosie Result
The Rosie Result | Graeme Simsion
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The hilarious, challenging and inspiring ending to the Rosie trilogy that will have readers cheering for joy.
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Joanne1
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I was super reluctant to read this book given how much I hated the previous one in the series. However a few friends spoke highly of it so I decided to give it a go. I‘m really glad I did. It‘s funny, surprising and really sweet, like the Rosie project was. Skip the middle book and read the first and third only is my tip.

CarolynM I agree. First one was fun, second was rubbish, this one might even be better than the first. 2w
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janeycanuck
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It was nice to visit with Don and Rosie again. I snickered a lot while reading and thoroughly enjoyed Don‘s new project.

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Thewanderer92
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As a teacher of high school students, mainstream, diagnosed and undiagnosed ASD students, this novel really made me appreciate more the journey of all people involved.

Such an amazing story which concluded the trilogy and all its characters marvellously. I love how far along Don has come and socialisation adventure of Hudson. I just loved it. 💕

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Thewanderer92
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Book 3 of the trilogy. Excited for this one 😁

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Michollio
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A great addition to the Don Tillman story. In this one the Tillman's are debating whether to get a diagnosis, both for Hudson and Don.

#BookishBingo: Protagonist returns to hometown

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Sheridanb
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“I was reasonably certain my son would be proud of me.”

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JoyBlue
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The first installment is my favorite, definitely. I don't remember loving the second. This third installment might be slightly better than the second. This installment includes Don and Rosie's 11-year-old son, Hudson. I liked the friendships/relationships (both Don's and Hudson's) developed in this book, as well as Hudson's development (despite *and* because of the guidance of his parents).

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Kristy_K
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It was great to be back in the life of Don Tillman. He‘s just as honest, literal, and funny as he was in previous books. This time he‘s navigating life as a dad to an 11 year old.

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#netgalley #arc #contemporary

Lillie Thanks for the reminder that this is out now! Just put a hold on it at my library. #excited 4mo
Kristy_K @Lillie Of course! I hope you enjoy it! 4mo
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maikefer
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Five stars!

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AmyLarge
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We've followed Don through romance, marriage, career, friendship and now we follow him into the wilds of parenthood. I loved the first two installments of 'Rosie', and was so thrilled at getting the chance to see how this amazing, original and charming set of characters continued to love their lives. As Don himself would say, World's Best Trilogy.

Fantastic new characters and dilemmas! And an amazing bar concept that NEEDS to be true...

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Yoricke_SouthAfrica
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I'm so excited to have found the third installment in the Rosie Series, The Rosie Result, in the bookstore, by pure chance.
#TheStoryContinues #MoreRosie

Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🤗🌺 7mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Welcome to Litsy!! 7mo
Libby1 Welcome to Litsy! ❤️📚❤️ 7mo
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TorieStorieS
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After thoroughly enjoying the first two installments of this trilogy, I was thrilled to be approved by #NetGalley for the third “Rosie” book! But the focus here isn‘t on Don and Rosie‘s relationship - instead on their now 11 year old son, Hudson, who seems to really take after his father. This causes problems in his new school... But though this is a quick read, it was missing a lot of the charm and humor of the earlier books... disappointing!

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Lauren.Archer
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I cannot tell you how excited I was when I get an ARC. I just adored the first two books so much. This picks up years later with Don and Rosie and their son Hudson who is having some difficulty in school. This book had all the charm as the first two books. I would not want to spoil a think but Don is definitely up to his old tricks, If you read the previous books you gotta read this one. Perfect end to the story.

aquariusnat Enjoyed the first, now looking forward to the next two novels . 7mo
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Michellesibs
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The last book in the Rosie series and I feel like this book has wrapped it up perfectly.
You can find my full review here:
https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/2718364990?book_show_action=false&from_rev...

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Abailliekaras
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The 3rd in the trilogy but can be enjoyed on its own - Don Tillman & Rosie have an 11 yr-old son Hudson, who might be on the autism spectrum & is struggling at school. A wonderful insight into how schools (don‘t) look after children with special needs. Don tries to help Hudson, with comic results. I loved being back in Don‘s world: warm, funny writing, diverse characters & helps you empathise with people w autism - there‘s more to them than that.

Libby1 Yippee! I must get my hands on this one. My son is on the spectrum. 8mo
Abailliekaras @libby1 I‘ll be interested to hear what you think. 8mo
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Abailliekaras
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When your book matches the kitchen 💛📖😜

tpixie Fun kitchen! 7mo
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CarolynM
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This was a quick, light and very entertaining read. There were plenty of laughs, but also some more serious underlying themes about the way we deal with children who display traits associated with autism spectrum disorder. The publicity for this book has indicated that it is the final book in a trilogy, but I suspect there's probably room for at least one more. #ozfiction

CarolynM @Reviewsbylola I don't know if you read The Rosie Project, or how you felt about it, but you might find this one interesting. The school stuff was very close to my experiences with my son and the more general insights into negotiating the world with an ASD were quite insightful. 9mo
margreads Like everyone else, I loved The Rosie Project but I don't think I ever finished the second book. I did start it but that's it 9mo
CarolynM @margreads I didn't like the second one either, I was quite annoyed by it. This one is much better, possibly better than the first one. 9mo
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margreads @CarolynM see now I am going to have to read the second one so that I can read the 3 9mo
Reviewsbylola Do I need to read TRP first? I have it but haven‘t read it yet. This one sounds really good! 9mo
CarolynM @Reviewsbylola I don't think you have to have read the others. There are references to things that happened in the others, but I didn't remember the incidents or characters from the second book (that's how much I disliked that one) and it didn't matter to me. The first one is quite fun, though, and sets up Don, who is the first person narrator of all three. 9mo
Reviewsbylola Ok, I‘ll read TRP first and skip the second book altogether. 😆 9mo
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Abailliekaras
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A delight to run into Graeme Simsion today! Love a serendipitous meeting, and of course I had to break my book buying ban for The Rosie Result. 😜📚 We had a lovely chat about books, Books On The Go 🎧 and autism in fiction. 🤩

julesG 👏👏👏 9mo
Cathythoughts Lovely pic 💕💕 9mo
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CarolynM I just started this one today. Enjoying it so far🙂 9mo
Abailliekaras @carolynm that‘s good to hear! 9mo
tpixie Amazing! 7mo
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Messiejessie
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This is the 3rd book in a trilogy, the first book, (The Rosie Project), being my all time, ultimate, most favourite book.
In The Rosie Result, we have the privilege of watching Don Tillman parent his son, Hudson, in his unique way. This role further endears his character to the reader as we take the journey of acceptance and self reflection with him.
This book is heartwarming, funny and it will make you THINK!
Highly recommended.

greenhairdontcare Can‘t wait to read this! 9mo
RaimeyGallant Loved the first book. And welcome to Litsy! #LitsyWelcomeWagon Some of us put together Litsy tips to help new Littens navigate the site. It's the link in my bio on my page in case you need it. Or if you prefer how-to videos, @chelleo put some together at the link in her bio. @LitsyWelcomeWagon 9mo
Eggs Welcome to Litsy 🌺 9mo
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CoffeeNBooks I read the Rosie Project, but haven't gotten to The Rosie Effect or The Rosie Result yet. Welcome to Litsy! 📚 9mo
Alwaysbeenaloverofbooks Welcome to Litsy!! 9mo
StillLookingForCarmenSanDiego Welcome to Litsy 📖💖 9mo
Crazeedi Welcome to Litsy !🎉🎉 9mo
Messiejessie Thank you all for the warm welcome! 9mo
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