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- Yerang Monica Hwang
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[Book] The Rosie Effect (by Graemie Simsion): Still hilarious 본문
[Book] The Rosie Effect (by Graemie Simsion): Still hilarious꾸로 (gguro) 2017.09.29 11:02
[Book] The Rosie Effect (by Graemie Simsion): Still hilarious
As I deeply enjoyed the first book of the sequel (duology? bilogy? dilogy?), I naturally continued reading the second one. This is not as extraordinary as the first one, but I could still enjoy and it is still hilarious.
The first book is how Don met Rosie and became a partner while the second is what is happening when Rosie comes into his life. It's basically a story of having a baby which is apparently less interesting than finding a lover to many readers. And I am one of them.
Another thing is, this is happening more in New York than in Melbourne where the first story was happening. And I prefer Melbourne just because it's where I am.
I'm reading his another book called 'The Best of Adam Sharp.' I definitely like his way of writing and it's great to have him in Melbourne.
29 September 2017
My other book reviews:
|[Book] A Game of Thrones (1): Quotes (progress 14%) (0)||2017.10.31|
|[Book] The Best of Adam Sharp (by Graeme Simsion): Couldn't finish it. (0)||2017.10.05|
|[Book] The Rosie Effect (by Graemie Simsion): Still hilarious (0)||2017.09.29|
|[Book] Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (0)||2017.09.28|
|[Book] The Blind Assassin - Margaret Atwood: Slow story (0)||2017.09.19|
|[Book] The Blind Assassin - Margaret Atwood: Review at 10% progress (0)||2017.09.16|