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Camino van Graeme Simsion (Het Rosie Project) en Anne Buist is een humoristische feelgoodroman over vriendschap, familie, liefde en de grote uitdagingen van het leven. Wat maakt het leven de moeite waard? En wat is het verschil tussen het leven dat je leeft en het leven dat je kiest? De Amerikaanse kunstenares Zoë en de Engelse ontwerper Martin zijn beiden in het schilderachtige Cluny, Frankrijk.
Title
Camino
Author
Graeme Simsion Anne Buist
Translator
Mieke Trouw-Luyckx
Language
Dutch
Original language
English
Original title
Two steps forward
Publisher
Amsterdam: Uitgeverij Luitingh-Sijthoff, 2018
1 digitaal bestand
ISBN
9789024579686
CloudLibrary
3hw22r9

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About Graeme Simsion

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Graeme C. Simsion is an Australian author, screenwriter, playwright and data modeller. Prior to becoming an author, Simsion was an information systems consultant, co-authoring the book Data Modelling Essentials, and worked in wine distribution.

Literary career

Don Tillman novels

In 2012 Simsion won the Victorian Premier's Unpublished Manuscript Award for his book The Rosie Project. The novel was published by Text Publishing to critical acclaim in Australia in January 2014. It has since sold more than three and a half million copies in over forty countries around the world.

Simsion initially wrote The Rosie Project as a screenplay, which has since been optioned to Sony Pictures Entertainment.

A sequel titled The Rosie Effect, was published on 24 September 2014.

The third and final book, The Rosie Res…Read more on Wikipedia