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An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
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I really, really liked this book!

Collin, a prodigy trying to make the jump to genius as he graduates high school, goes on a road trip with his best friend, an under-achieving Lebanese kid with low ambitions and man-boobs, in an effort to get over being dumped yet again by a girl named Katherine. Katherine the 19th, by the way. He's only ever dated Katherines, hence the intriguing title.

Collin ends up in Gutshot Tennessee where he gets involved in multiple lover's triangles, argues a lot with his friends, runs afoul of a feral pig, and tries to create a working theorem.

This books is fun, light as a feather, purely enjoyable reading packed with more trivia that a full season of Jeopardy.
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Lindor16 Me too. Loved the story. Great read for teens and us adults we read teen fiction. I laughed at the wonderful characters.


Steven Kent Oh yeah. There were some great ones in this book. Some of Green's best.


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