An abundance of Katherines, by John Green, is a brilliant book the storyline is great. The book is about a boy named colin, who is a prodigy, that is extremely down because of his 19th girlfriend named Katherine braking up with him. His arabic friend Hassan persuades him to go on a road trip with him because he needs it. Later in the book Colin comes up with a theorie on how you can calculate the time a relationship will take, thinking Colin had finally found his own Eureka moment he gets kind of obsessed. two themes in the book are how obsession can be decieving and that relationships aren’t predicatable.
This is one of the most funniest books I have ever read. The fact that a prodigy comes up with a theory on how to Predict a relationship through maths is great, but the way John Green writes it is even better.
Sometimes the book is a bit sad, the fact that 19 girls named Katherine broke up with him is genius, but pretty sad. But then there is always a funny part.
The best thing about this book is that it just goes on and on and on without ever being boring.
When I read this book it was great, It made me laugh and I wish this book would have 500 pages.
“An Abundance of Katherines Paperback – 10 May 2012.” An Abundance of Katherines: Amazon.co.uk: John Green: 9780141346090: Books. N.p., 10 May 2012. Web. 12 Nov. 2014.