Raya; high school student, passionate reader, expert sleeper, freethinker and aspiring neuroscientist. I tend to stock this blog with my passion for science, love for words and endless curiosity. Don’t hesitate to leave your thoughts behind.
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Book review: An abundance of Katherines by John Green
Occasionally, I like to read young adult books and John green is always the first author I turn to. An absolutely gripping book, An abundance of Katherines tells the story of Collin singleton, a teenage prodigy, who is still trying to figure out what to do with his life. To add on to that, he is in some way obssessed with girls named katherines and has dated up to nineteen of them. But then one day the insecure, bookish and relatively antisocial progidy decides to go on a road trip with his best friend, Hassan, to have an adventure worth having.
In about 200 gripping pages, John green tells a wonderful story that any young adult can connect to. This is one of those books that will teach you a thing or two about life.