Love, friendship, and a dead Austro-Hungarian archduke add up to surprising and heart-changing conclusions in this ingeniously layered comic novel about reinventing oneself.
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To conclude, An Abundance of Katherines is a fantastically nerdy coming-of-age road trip that I would recommend to John Green fans and self-proclaimed nerds everywhere, as well as anyone who needs some good life advice.Read Full Review of An Abundance of Katherines | See more reviews from Guardian
Overall I really enjoyed the book because it was like I was having a life lesson! Colin's theory would only reveal the past and it could not show the future, so we learn that we don't know who we will become, as the future is unpredictable and we are always changing.Read Full Review of An Abundance of Katherines | See more reviews from Guardian
John Green has written better books but it was still a very good read. I recommend it to anybody is interested in John Green or Young Adult fiction. Overall I would recommend this book to anybody, as it is a relatively easy read and quite light-hearted.Read Full Review of An Abundance of Katherines | See more reviews from Guardian
I would probably score this book a 6/10 because it had a good base plot and the characters were well thought out and individual, but I didn't feel that some points in the book were as thrilling or dramatic as they could have been.Read Full Review of An Abundance of Katherines | See more reviews from Guardian
An Abundance of Katherines is John Green's second novel and the first of his that I read, prompting my long standing obsession: with talks of a film, hopefully we'll soon see Colin, Hassan and various Katherines on the big screen.Read Full Review of An Abundance of Katherines | See more reviews from Guardian
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