The Rosie Project was a cute book. Also, at least if you are from the U.S. and have ever seen TV, it is like reading one of Sheldon Cooper's scripts. The main character, Don, is quite regimented and socially awkward, and most importantly, he's fine with that. How he sets out to find an "appropriate" wife (meaning, someone who meets every single one of around six thousand qualifications) is pretty funny, and how he ends up with one makes a good story. The search for Rosie's father is less interesting, but it ends well. Overall a charming book, and that's weird that I say charming, because I don't think I've ever used that word in a sincere manner. Which is how I'm using it here. Sincerely.