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review 2017-06-06 00:11
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An Abundance of Katherines - John Green

An Abundance of Katherines is a great book written by John Green. People may say it’s not appropriate for all audiences but it is definitely worth the read. An Abundance of Katherines should not be banned. Some may say there’s sexual content and the main character is not a fit role model. I think the main character fits perfectly with the story. Colin is a typical adolescent teen dealing with depression. Many people reading this book can relate to it. This novel shouldn’t be banned just because of unfavorable character and sexual content. This book is about a teenager, Colin, a prodigy who just graduated high school. Colin has a pattern of only dating girls with the name Katherine (nineteen girls to be exact)  and each one has broke his heart. He goes on a road trip with his best friend during the summer to figure out what he wants in life. The friends end up in a little town where Colin meets a girl named Lindsay who different from all the rest. You will have to read the book to know what happens next. This is a good read for people who like romance, adventure, and intriguing characters. The dialogue between characters makes the story original. This is a great book I highly recommend.

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review 2016-04-19 00:00
An Abundance of Katherines
An Abundance of Katherines - John Green First read 26th July 2014
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review 2016-04-06 20:40
An Abundance of Katherines Book Review
An Abundance of Katherines - John Green

My least favorite John Green book by far (I'm not really surprised). I have been putting off this one for a while so I finally decided to listen to it. It wasn't terrible, I just found it more annoying then anything 

 

Colin, a child genius, has been dumped by his 19th Katherine. And he is devestated. To get over the loss of his girlfriend and another Katherine, he and his best friend Hassan go on a road trip where they meet new people, learn new things and maybe finally realize that life isn't as black and white as he thought it was. 

 

I kind of hated Colin most of this book. He's self absorbed and whiny. I never want to hear the words dingleberry or fug again either. But the characters did grow a bit and I ended up liking the overall moral of the story. Luckily, it is a fairly short book, because I'm not sure how much more of it I could have taken. 

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review 2016-03-24 19:39
Angels of Abundance: Heaven's 11 Messages to Help You Manifest Support, Supply and Every Form of Abundance - Grant Virtue,Doreen Virtue

Full disclosure up front: because I am on Doreen Virtue's e-mail list, I received this book free of charge. I was not asked to review it, but I do want to be clear that it didn't cost me anything.

Now, having said that ... this book contains excellent, easy-to-follow, and practical advice for abundance in a variety of areas, not just finance. Doreen and Grant Virtue outline methods for focusing on and achieving goals in a variety of areas, and they do so in a friendly and conversational way.

I enjoyed reading this book, and am grateful to have received it.

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