A novel about attempting to find love using scientific deduction, The Rosie Project was a page-turner told from the vantage point of professor Don Tillman, an extremely intelligent man with many Type-A, socially awkward, Autism-spectrum characteristics. Peeking into the brain of this character as he searches for a life partner and interacts with the world of relationships and dating was a great mix of interesting and downright hilarious. The character development of Don, as well as those he interacts with most, is skillfully woven throughout and readers find out pertinent details from the past in the midst of conversations and revelations.
I recommend this book if you're looking for a quick piece of fiction where you will feel connected to the characters and invested in the outcome. There were quite a few times where I found myself laughing out loud and reading quotes from the book to my husband--a fun read!