By this point, I had read Fault in Our Stars, Paper Towns, and had just finished Looking for Alaska. I loved every single one of John Green’s books and was absolutely stoked to start this one. Colin Singleton is a child genius and now fears he may never become an adult prodigy. After Katherine #19 dumps him, he feels like he’s missing something. So Colin joins his friend Hassan on a road trip where the visit a little town in the middle of nowhere called Gunshot, Tennessee. They meet the local girl, Lindsey, and her mother, Hollis, who happens to be the towns employer. Colin makes it his mission to find some kind of formula to explain the Katherines and his lack of a love life. This leads him on some crazy adventures and learning a few things about himself. In all honesty, it wasn’t my favorite John Green book. It was bland at times, and seemed very predictable.

An Abundance of Katherines by John Green

Length: 215 pages

Favorite Quote: “What’s the point in being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable?”

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