Free summary and analysis of the events in John Green’s An Abundance of Katherines that won’t make you snore. We promise. The An Abundance of Katherines Community Note includes chapter-by-chapter summary and analysis, character list, theme list, historical context, author. An Abundance of Katherines by John Green – review. ‘The novel carries some very important messages about fitting in and about trying to see.

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Colin wants to get away from being the dumpee of all girls named Katherine.

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green – review

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Man I love road trips! I found it a bit of a let-down after The Fault in our Stars, and so moved on to other things. Over the past several years it has come to my attention that almost everyone else considers this to be the lesser of all of the Green works, which had me questioning katherinnes mental state or whether or not I was intoxicated the first time I read this book.

Okay, maybe a little but that was more like snorting-in-mild-amusement than full-fledged laughing. Can you think of any other books — or even movies — that feature teens or young adults hitting the road in search of themselves?

View all 32 comments. Dec 08, Erin rated it did not like it Shelves: Instead, he is accepted by the flawless pretty heroine for no reason whatsoever Why can’t Lindsey or Margo or Alaska be anything less than gorgeous? Katherknes slacker-geek lit is fun for the right teen.


His narration is also very fun. This was definitely my least favourite book by John Green. I don’t think he really cares what they look like. On one hand I sort of liked her and on the other I sort of hated her. Why someone like Hassan would be friends with someone like Colin is beyond me.

I almost laughed when I wrote that sentence. For Your Family Log in Sign me up. I’ll probably be dead by morning for daring to write this katgerines one of Green’s books but boy did I loathe this book I have been programmed to only care about supernatural cute boys. Okay, it’s a formula that will somehow predict when two people will break up. And christ, every other word was “fugging” and after a while you just want someone to unleash a decent FUCK to get the party started.

Fortunately, Hassan’s character is also ultimately ktaherines, giving him a larger role than your average “funny friend” character. No eres un personaje interesante para nada.

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

He breaks the cycle of only dating Katherines and hooks up with the hot chick like the end of a John Hughes film. John Green is a talented, clever writer with a great sense of humor. He wasn’t a full developed character. I might not have set myself up for failure‚Ķ I hope that these kids carry this with them because I feel a kinship with them.


But, anagramming‚Ķ swoon I am an anagramming nerd. This is a complicated idea that Colin comes up abundancez, and it’s basically a graph that can supposedly predict when and how two people will break up.

My favori Check out this audiobook! Hardcoverpages. Soon he starts to realize that maybe he had been looking at all of them in that same way. Here’s my beef with the book: I wouldn’t recommend this book to someone who wants to try John Green, because I rate this so much lower than all of his other books.

The star abundancez reflects overall quality and learning potential. H This was by far the worst experience I’ve ever had reading abndances John Green book. An Abundance of Katherines is a brilliant, quirky and fantastically, nerdy book that I highly recommend.

Their road trip stops in Gutshot, Tennessee. I didn’t like the constant anagrams, maths, graphs or his theorem rants. Continue reading Show less.

Alaska and Margo were also popular and pretty yet empty inside and completely miserable. He was right on both accounts.