This book was written by John Green... and that means it has to be good. After I read The Fault in Our Stars at school, I decided that John Green has to be a good author and my mum got me An Abundance of Katherines for my birthday.
It is about Colin, a pretty smart guy who has dated 19 girls called Katherine, and his best friend Hassan who go on a road trip in order to help Colin to get over the last Katherine. She dumped him and so did all the other Katherines. They end up in a little village called Gutshot in the middle of nowhere, and meet Lindsey. Her mom offers them a job and Hassan and Collin stay there over summer. Colin tries to work out a theorem for love, that predicts the way a relationship goes, assuming that there are two types of people in this world: Dumpers and dumpees. Apart from that they get to meet Lindeys friends, amongst them TOC (the other Colin) and it is a really funny encounter.
Well I could go on talking about the book but I'd probably tell you the whole story.
I really like the book. John Green writes funny and especially the footnotes are entertaining as Collin speaks 11 langauges fluently and him and Hassan love to insult each other in either Arabic or German (my mother tounge - I especially love how he says Sitzpinkler). And even if you hate maths, the book is good. His theorem is explained and most of the book is not even about it so don't worry. Definetly a must read!
Just two young ladies who need to spread their love for books.
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