An Abundance of Katherines

An Abundance of Katherines - John Green I procrastinated on reading this book for a very long time. You see, my prior John Green experience was made up of The Fault in Our Stars, which I loved, and Looking for Alaska, which I less-than-loved. (See https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/887685574?book_show_action=false and https://www.goodreads.com/review/show/466611166?book_show_action=false for more on these, respectively.) This meant that, although I definitely wanted to read more John Green books, I was a bit nervous to do so, because, you know, what if I didn't enjoy them? *cue gasps all around*

That said, I am glad I persevered and read An Abundance of Katherines. While I would not rank it among my favorite books of all-time, it was a thoroughly enjoyable read that literally made me laugh out loud at certain points. It was quick and humorous and charming and witty, and since it is also quite short, it was the perfect weekend read. The characters were adorable, if occasionally annoying, the storyline was cute, if a bit clich├ęd and predictable, and the math was entertaining (there's a sentence I'm not used to saying). All in all, if you're looking for a fun, fast read, I would absolutely recommend picking up this novel.