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  • Excellent

    An excellent read yet again by john green. A nice easy read that you cant put down. I'm hoping john continues to write as i love his books.

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  • An Abundance of Katherines.

    Oh wow! Boy, am I starting to like John Greens books. This is probably one of my favourite books ever!!!

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  • An abundance of Katheines

    An abundance of katherines by john green is based about Colin: a child prodigy ana wannabe genius., who only sees to want to date girls named Katherine. However, each Katherine he has ever dated has dumped him, or so he believes. Heartbroken by being dumped by K-19, his best friend Hassan plans a road trip wich will change Colin's whole outlook on love, relationships and life. In this book I really liked how colin's first intentions for going on a road trip was for him to find a 'Eureka moment' Wich would prove to people that he really was a true genius. But as the story pogressed he started to change and become a better person. He began to ralize that the world wasn't revolved around him and he had to be there for the people who cared about him, even if it meant being stung by a swarm of hornets to protect Hassan. Finally, what I loved most was that at the end when Colin learned he didn't need a Katherine 0r theory to be happy. Although I thought it had a great plot, it would not be very appealing to someone who gets confused with the simplest equations in mathematics as the novel does inlude a rather complicated theorem wich is to show how long a relationship will last. Luckily if you really wanted you can skip them out, but to me it makes it more realistic. Overall I really enjoyed the book because it was like I was having a life lesson! Colin's theory would only reveal the past and it could not show the future, so we learn that we dont know who we will become, a the future is unpredictable and we are always changing. I would score this book an 8 because I know I have learned something from this book and because it was just an enjoyable book to read.

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  • An Abundance of Katherines

    It was good in places i found it a little boring though, normally I love Joh Green books so it might have just been the plot or storyline. It was not thzt bd as i managed to finsh the book quite fast.

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