Let's Discuss "The Rosie Project!"

  • May 4, 2014 · 6:00 PM


This venue worked out last time, so let's try it again. 

Don't forget to bring a point of discussion to the meeting so we can go around the circle and share our thoughts.


Can't wait to see you all in person!


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  • Rick S.

    Since the book subject is about unique ways to search for a partner, this isn't entirely off topic.

    Here's another unique approach....
    .....that I found literally laugh-out-loud funny:
    http://vimeo.com/59422410

    April 1, 2014

    • anniejohn

      I agree. We just see it differently. I don't see any harm in that. But I'll delete mine too if that makes you more comfortable.

      May 5

  • A former member
    A former member

    Since I wasn't there.. this was probably already addressed at the meetup but I was curious: Who else knew immediately that Phil was Rosie's father as soon as she said "when she saw my blue eyes, that's when she knew Phil wasn't my father" (or similar)? If there wasn't the development of Don and their quirky relationship in the story, I would have been very disappointed at the end!

    May 5

  • anniejohn

    It was fun, but so many people didn't show up who had rsvp'd that I felt bad for the people who didn't come or couldn't sign up because it looked full.

    May 5

    • Alice S. T.

      Yes it is too bad because I understand a couple people wanted to come that thought it was a full house. Maybe those that can't come next time will change their rsvp out of politeness to the others that still want to come. It was a very good time and very good discussion. I enjoy this group very much.

      1 · May 5

  • Patricia F.

    Really fun group of people! Thanks Sandy!

    May 5

  • Matt S.

    So how do u pick your next book? By vote?

    May 5

  • KC

    Unfortunately, I'm going to be out of town on the new meeting date. I'm still going to read the book though :) Also reading "Mr. Penumbra's 24-hour Bookstore" - which answers the question "what do you get when you scan an ancient magical codex with the supercomputer at Google headquarters?"

    April 4, 2014

    • anniejohn

      Oh good. That's a question I often ask myself. ;)

      April 5, 2014

    • Matt S.

      I've started reading the Goldfinch with the Medford Bookclub on Meetup, and it's interesting so far. Much more physically descriptive, 750 pages worth! Totally different style.

      May 5

  • Rick S.

    Great conversation.... as usual.
    Thanks again to Sandy for keeping us from getting out of control.

    May 4

  • Alice S. T.

    It was a very lively conversation with many excellent points presented. Enjoyed the social conversations afterward too.

    May 4

  • Adrienne S.

    Enjoyed hearing the different perspectives.

    May 4

  • Ian T.

    Entertaining discussion as usual.

    May 4

  • A former member
    A former member

    Still sick and coughing up a storm, ugh! I hope the person who was on the waitlist gets this in time to make it! Have fun!

    May 4

    • A former member
      A former member

      Ps- cute book. Not the type I usually read but it was enjoyable. :)

      May 4

  • Matt S.

    Loved it! Light and entertaining, and I don't usually read romantic comedies. Next? Keep em comin!

    April 30

  • Alice S. T.

    Good book, unique humor

    April 13, 2014

  • Alice S. T.

    I checked Medford Library they had all the authors book but this one. However Kindle is for $1.99 and prine is free

    April 1, 2014

    • A former member
      A former member

      There are many copies of this book in our library system, but they are all currently checked out. You can call the library to reserve a copy. Many are due between 4/8 and 4/15, so that should give you guys time to read it. :)

      April 1, 2014

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