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by John Green
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Rena79
Rena79 rated it 4 years ago
An Abundance of Katherine by John Green.This book is about a boy named Colin Singleton who had recently been dumped by a girl named Katherine, got dumbed nineteenth times by girls named Katherine, all his life he has dated girls with the name Katharine. He was devastated, and his friend Hassan and h...
Rena79
Rena79 rated it 4 years ago
An Abundance of Katherine by John Green.This book is about a boy named Colin Singleton who had recently been dumped by a girl named Katherine, got dumbed nineteenth times by girls named Katherine, all his life he has dated girls with the name Katharine. He was devastated, and his friend Hassan and h...
sabria
sabria rated it 4 years ago
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 th...
bookwormlucy
bookwormlucy rated it 5 years ago
First read 26th July 2014
YA Fanatic
YA Fanatic rated it 5 years ago
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 devestate...
TheBrainintheJar
TheBrainintheJar rated it 5 years ago
You can trace growth if you follow Green’s novels in the order they came out. In Alaska, he used literature as a way to live his fantasies. On Stars, he used literature to come to terms with a devastating experience. Paper Towns is a direct response to Alaska. If that one was wish-fulfillment, this ...
VictoriaNickers
VictoriaNickers rated it 5 years ago
WARNING... This book contains math equations with graphs and stuff... Which, of course, I simply just skipped over because I don't care about theorem, graphs or predicting outcomes which I know to be impossible because life doesn't fit into a math equation. And math is boring. Useful but boring... O...
Haidji - Books...and...Books!
Haidji - Books...and...Books! rated it 6 years ago
The book is about a boy named Colin Singleton, who has dated 19 girls named Katherine, all of which have dumped him. The storyline is interesting. Maybe after reading TFIOS, I had extremely high expections for AAOK.
TheBrainintheJar
TheBrainintheJar rated it 6 years ago
If it wasn’t for the few emotional moments, An Abundance of Katherines would have read like a parody of John Green. All the familiar ingridients are there, but Green uses them to explore different themes and ideas. It’s not a problem of repetition so long as Green is still good at his expressing his...
The Blogging of a Book Addict
The Blogging of a Book Addict rated it 6 years ago
I procrastinated on reading this book for a very long time. You see, my prior John Green experience was made up of The Fault in Our Stars, which I loved, and Looking for Alaska, which I less-than-loved. (See https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/887685574?book_show_action=false and https://www.goodr...
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