Colin Singleton has experienced a lot of problems with girls.
Actually, Colin has problems with a specific type of girl. He can’t seem to make it work with girls named Katherine.
It’s too bad that Katherines are the only girls the child prodigy will date.
After being dumped by his 19th Katherine, Colin and his best friend decide to take a summer road trip.
During their explorations, Colin will attempt to prove “The Theorem of Underlying Katherine Predictability,” which he hopes will predict the future of any relationship, based on dumper/dumpee probabilities.
I can’t tell you whether Colin proves his theorem, but you probably can see how it’s interesting either way.
An Abundance of Katherines is not my favorite John Green book. Of course, it seems nearly impossible to top The Fault in Our Stars (You can read my full review of that book, which was one of my favorites I read last year). However, Colin is an interesting character and the book was fun to read.
If you like young adult novels, you will like this one.
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