Beaumaris Books

SOLD OUT

 

When:         Wednesday 19th November 7.30pm

 

Where:       MALT CAFÉ,
                 
23-25 South Concourse, Beaumaris

 

Cost:          $50 includes admission, finger food AND a copy of  ‘The Rosie Effect’ 

                  In-store date 24/09/14

                  Beverages at bar prices.
                  **Phone credit card bookings accepted**

 

Phone:        9589 4638

E-mail:        read@beaumarisbooks.com.au           

                   Bookings Essential

 

Graeme Simsion was born in Auckland and is a Melbourne-based writer of short stories, plays, screenplays and two non-fiction books. The Rosie Project began life as a screenplay, winning the Australian Writers Guild/Inscription Award for Best Romantic Comedy before being adapted into a novel. It went on to win the 2012 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award for an unpublished manuscript and has since been sold around the world to over forty countries hitting bestseller lists everywhere including the New York Times. Sony Pictures have optioned the film rights with Graeme contracted to write the script. It won the 2014 Australian Book Industry Award for Best General Fiction Book and overall Book of the Year.

 

The Rosie Project was an international publishing phenomenon, with more than a million copies sold in over forty countries around the world. Now Graeme Simsion returns with the highly anticipated sequel- The Rosie Effect.

 
Don Tillman and Rosie Jarman are now married and living in New York. Don has been teaching while Rosie completes her second year at Columbia Medical School. Just as Don is about to announce that Gene, his philandering best friend from Australia, is coming to stay, Rosie drops a bombshell: she’s pregnant.

In true Tillman style, Don instantly becomes an expert on all things obstetric. But in between immersing himself in a new research study on parenting and implementing the Standardised Meal System (pregnancy version), Don’s old weaknesses resurface. And while he strives to get the technicalities right, he gets the emotions all wrong—and risks losing Rosie when she needs him most.

 

The Rosie Effect is the charming and hilarious romantic comedy of the year.

 

Written by Andrew Martin — August 26, 2014