Saturday, April 5, 2014

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green (audio)

"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: iloveyou."

After being dumped by his nineteenth girlfriend named Katherine, Colin Singleton he takes a much needed road trip with his best friend.  They spend the next weeks in a small town recording people's stories of the work that they've done working in a mine.  Colin is also determined to prove the "Theorem of Underlying Katherine Predictability," which will prove the length and dumper of any relationship.  Along the way, he discovers there might be a lot more to relationships that can be proven by a theorem.  

This book was a typical young-adult-coming-of-age story.  It was often funny with catchy dialogue and interesting characters.  I also thought it gave a very realistic protrayal of life-and-love at 17.  I liked it, but didn't love it.  I love John Green, but this one wasn't my favorite.


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