Many times when I read a book, I am left wondering, "What happened to the characters?" when I'm done reading. This is one of those times. In The Rosie Project, Don and Rosie married at the end of the book. Now The Rosie Effect follows them in the first year of their marriage.
I had to remind myself quite often that this was a humorous book, and not a dramatic story of someone with Asperger's or somewhere on the spectrum. Once I got past that, I was able to enjoy the story a little more.
However, it just seemed like bad things kept happening to Rosie and Don over and over. I kept thinking, when will they be able to enjoy their first year of marriage? Is this how it's always going to be for them?
Similar to The Rosie Project, this book does wrap things up pretty quickly in the end. Overall, it was a quick read, and there were humorous parts. If you're looking for some closure from the first book, you'll want to read The Rosie Effect. - Rosanna (Downtown)
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