genetics

The Rosie Project

By Graeme Simsion
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Rated by Margaret O.
Sep 10, 2016

Don Tillman, a professor of genetics, approaches his search for a wife in the same way he approaches everything else in his life—with scientific precision. The survey he’s developed is crafted specifically to weed out what he considers undesirable traits. Why is it then that Rosie, a woman who exhibits every one of those undesirable traits, is the one woman he can’t seem to forget? The Rosie Project is a feel good-book that will make you realize that although Don’s Asperger Syndrome may have led him to an unusual approach to finding a wife, we’re all looking for the same thing in our

Aug 19, 2010

Lucy by Laurence GonzalesLucy, by Laurence Gonzales, questions what it means to be human. Even more, it questions how we treat those we consider to be less than human. Lucy is not what she appears to be. While she looks totally human, she is not. Does that mean that she has no rights? This biological thriller dives right into the controversy between evolutionists and creationists.
Lucy also tells the story of a young woman, a teenager, learning how to deal with the world and find her place in it.