Book Review: An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
“Here’s to all the places we went. And all the places we’ll go. And here’s to me, whispering again and again and again and again: i love you”
One word to describe this book: EUREKA.
Finally! I have read all the books of one of my favorite authors, John Green! So awesome, I think I’m gonna cry.
Anyway, this book is totally going to count as one of my most interesting books ever read. Very catchy I suppose, mainly because of it’s plot and it’s insane characters! It’s funny, very geeky inspired yet it will make you understand.
The story is about this weird child prodigy so yes AKA smart-ass Colin, is not really the most endearing, good looking very cute guy not like the other characters of John Green in his other books. But what’s so interesting with this dude is that he has this kind of POV that makes Colin unrelatable and exposes him for what he really is - a self-centered insecure super nerdy nerd whose head is full of theorems, anagrams, and numerous random facts. At some point you can’t help but start thinking that if you were dating Colin, you’d break up with him just like all of his 19 ex-Katherines.
Well, great book but not as great as the others. But there’s a lot of things you’ll learn throughout the pages.
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