Reasons and logic


Don Tillman returns as the delightfully socially awkward Columbia academic. 

If you haven’t read the Rosie Project then this does stand alone but is far better appreciated as being read after the first one. 

Don is back and trying to apply logic, reason and order to Rosie as their marriage develops. 

I had rather too much identification with Don but that’s OK and I found this book equally charming as the first and at least as engaging. 

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