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An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
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Dec 09, 2011

really liked it
Read from December 03 to 09, 2011

Another nerd-lit from John Green (this is only my second book but that seems to be his genre). Unlike Looking for Alaska which had it's share of drama, this is light and fun all the way. The central character is a prodigy who really have his way with words, algebraic equations, theorems, etc. The splattering of footnotes that provided translations, explained equations, and cited trivia was so nerdy (but not irritating), it goes along well with the theme and plot.

Within its unique storyline, a lot of lessons stand out and should not be missed. Among them: (1) It is alright to be different; (2) Things does not always turn out the way we supposed they would; (3) People are not always who we thought they are.
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