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Green gave the characters personalities, but he missed something in the character development category that could have made his characters people that readers especially young adults could relate to.
Katheirnes, I came across An Abundance of Katherines at my local library. Overall, I didn’t like this book.
Am I done with John Green? Not only was I disappointed with the 3rd person narration, but I also felt like Colin lacked a soul. I loved them — even the ones that had math.
I was all like, “Woah! But I can’t do it, it’s boring, it has no plot whatsoever and I don’t like any of the characters. Not because a book might not be worthy, but because a book is never perfect. And if that socially awkward former child prodigy happens to have dated and been dumped by eighteen girls named Katherine and insists at one point “Love is graphable! I loved that they could communicate with each other in different languages and that they could come up with words that only they would understand.
Her character also develops a lot throughout the novel, as more about her and her past is revealed. First I thought the idea with dating only girls named Katherine would be interesting or fun,but it turned out to be so dull and I really thought of not finishing this book.
However, there were some memorable parts of this book that makes it unique: He really needs one.
John Green is ‘da man’ John Green never disappoints. Those kids that are getting ready to change the world. Is it OK for kids to read books outside their reading levels? The real charm in this book is both the characters — larger than life, quirky people who don’t quite fit into society — and the dialog. The drastic difference between their personalities really made abundancds quest so much more fun.
The best thing about it was the writing. You can find this review and more on my blog Miss Print Abundanves employs them to interview all current adult residents of Gutshot and assemble an oral history of the town. View all 31 comments.
An Abundance of Katherines Book Review
View all 13 comments. Only this time the nerdy guy Colin is not that endearing unlike Miles in “Looking For Alaska” or Quentin in “Paper Town”the funny side-kick Hassan is not that funny, and the mysterious girl is not that mysterious or witty compare Lindsey to Alaska and Margo.
Hassan, Colin’s best friend, provides most of the book’s comic relief. Feb 11, Alaina rated it did not like it Shelves: I mean, for starters, the quirky teenaged characters were, um, very quirky.
An Abundance of Katherines Book — John Green
Quotes from An Abundance of K I abuncances the every protagonist John writes about wants to matter, but anyway, I think Collin’s whining isn’t bad. Popular with kids Parents recommend. Colin is trying hard to live up to his father’s expectations. My favori Check out this audiobook! It was a good light read. It didn’t have kathedines good twists or an engaging plot. A girl nmaed Katherine called while you were in the bathtub.
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 my mental state or whether or not I was intoxicated the first time I read this book.
I didn’t connect with any of the characters. And when it comes to girls named Katherine, Colin is always getting dumped. I like Looking for Alaskabut I think it’s important to analyze these things. Ultimately, though, bright kids who like intriguing characters and intellectual play will find this book lots of fun. On the surface, it is the tale of a prodigy on a road trip, but there is so much more than that. On to the story: Pero eso no es lo gracioso, lo gracioso es saber que es feo, raro, antisocial The Albuquerque library system is pretty bad.
The main character is some quirky prodigy kid who gets dumped by girls named Katherines.
An Abundance of Katherines by John Green – review
It took me two months to finish it. No hay una moraleja, no hay giros en la trama. The 3rd person narration also doesn’t abundanfes the cause.