by Graeme Simsion
At last, the final instalment of the internationally bestselling series that began with The Rosie Project and The Rosie Effect. Don and Rosie are back in Melbourne after a decade in New York, and they are about to face their most important project so far. Their son, Hudson, is struggling at school – he’s socially awkward and his teachers say he isn’t fitting in. Something his father relates to only too well. Meanwhile, Rosie and Don are facing battles at their own workplaces. Their life-contentment graph, recently at its highest point, is curving downwards. For Don, learning to be a good parent as well as a good partner will require the help of friends old and new. It will mean letting Hudson make his way in the world, and grappling with awkward truths about his own identity and the wider issue of tolerance. A brilliant cast of characters, witty dialogue and thought-provoking, this is a welcome return to the eccentric and endearing world of Don Tillman.
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