Colin's main flaw is the need to be praised and recognized. He has a talent for anagramming. He has dated—and been dumped by—19 Katherines. Okay, maybe a little but that was more like snorting-in-mild-amusement tha 2. At that point, Colin felt that sense of connection to everyone in the car and everyone not in it. He is really intelligent but lazy and only wants to watch Judge Judy. This town flourishes on a factory manufacturing tampon strings.
Together, Colin and Hassan were just epic. Colin really got on my nerves. Then he began to write. GradeSaver, 10 March 2018 Web. Even with flashbacks, the pacing never flagged, and though it wasn't the world's most unpredictable plot, I was never bored. Our Colin, the prodigy, attempts to become a genius by having his Eureka moment.
Sometimes we stick into something objective that we fail to realize that there are missing pieces that we do not consider. If it was any longer I probably wouldn't have finished it. So this was my first book. While you may be unable to get a date with that hot, unattainable girl, Colin, Miles, and Quentin have dated enough hot girls to last you a lifetime -- or at least until John Green writes another book. Everyone has a type, a distinct quality or feature we are always looking for in a potential partner. Like Kody Keplinger, author of , John Green claims to present something alternative.
Colin, Lindsey and Hassan decide to spy on Hollis to see what she is hiding. The Albuquerque library system is pretty bad. His brother Hank had been kicking his butt, but had to leave to mediate on the metaphysics of ice-cream trucks before he could finish spelling 'hamartia' luckily. It took me three months to get a copy of An Abundance of Katherines. Colin realizes that his theorem cannot predict the future of a relationship.
His last novel, , had done moderately well, but he wanted to do something different this time. He has dated 19 Katherines and was dumbed by every single on of them. I wouldn't recommend this book to someone who wants to try John Green, because I rate this so much lower than all of his other books. Then there's math part of this book. Empecemos por el protagonista, Colin, siendo un clon del resto de personajes de John Green. His big quirk however, is that he has dated nineteen girls names Katherine.
The rest of the book is spent in Tennessee. It was never a good sign when both his parents were in his room at the same time. I had a really hard time getting into Katherines because the characters were not too likable. I never bought into the 19-girlfriends-named-Katherine bit and struggled to understand why the main character spent the entire novel trying to devise a mathematical formula that would explain why he was dumped so often by his girlfriends. I have read other John Green's book like Looking for Alaska and The Fault in our Stars and really liked them especially the first one,also the hype about this book is insane so I thought why not. Colin's best friend, Hassan, convinces him to go on a road trip.
The tension starts to fall upon Colin reading a side note that she was just kidding. Colin is Miles and Miles is Quentin -- only Colin likes anagramming words instead of memorizing last words. It'll be a journey you'll remember, and one that's thick with mattering : Storyline When it comes to girls and in Colin's case, it so often did , everyone has a type. I had to force myself to keep reading hoping it will get better. Climax Colin figures out the theory to relationships, love and math, but as a result calculates that Lindsey will break up with him in four days, but Lindsey's not leaving him, which makes Colin realise that not everything in life can be calculated, it's better to experience life for what it is. There are many symbolisms too that can be found in the novel.
But it's not that simple. My last concern is that I am not sure who this text is really for. They then confess their love for each other. Pero eso no es lo gracioso, lo gracioso es saber que es feo, raro, antisocial. I'll write a book about anagrams! I just don't get the hype.
I loved them — even the ones that had math. When he plugged Lindsey in the formula, it said she would break up with him in three days. Even though Lindsey is dating one of the most popular boys in town, the former high school quarterback, who is also a Colin, Colin Singleton and Lindsey grow closer as the summer continues. Also the ending is so predictable I wanted to kill myself once I got to the final chapter. I loved it when Hassan told him how selfish he was then later decided that he Hassan was the Colin was annoying but started to become endearing.