An Abundance of Katherines by John Green
Since my sisters are very much hooked into John Green books, I might as well join the bandwagon (but I definitely crossed my fingers that this wasn’t like the 50 Shades of Gray kind of story.)
Colin Singleton has dated 19 girls, and they all happen to share the same name – Katherine. And every single one of them has dumped him and broke his heart.
Being a child prodigy, Colin is up to prove himself and his theorem to the world. A theorem that would help predict the compatibility and predictability of a relationship through his experiences with Katherine I to K-19, and help potential dumpees win their potential dumpers.
I really liked reading the book. I found the main characters funny, especially Hassan, who never fails to say something witty every now and then. Going on an adventure some place with your bestfriend always seems to be a good and fun idea. And discovering new things is always best done with a good buddy.
Its really amusing to find footnotes within every other page and that (nerdy) fun facts are also shared throughout the book but hearing about the theorem being explained was somehow confusing for me (even with all those charts and whatnots) – or maybe I’mm not just not into those kinds of stuff.