Teens Make NOISE: An Abundance of Katherines

reviewed by Maya

"What is the point of being alive if you don’t at least try to do something remarkable?”

Colin Singleton is a washed child prodigy who has had nineteen girlfriends – all named Katherine. When the Katherine the Nineteenth – or K-19 for short – breaks up with him, Colin and his best friend Hassan set off on a road-trip to cure Colin’s broken heart and in search of Colin’s ‘eureka moment.’ The thing that will finally get Colin the credit he needs. Colin and Hassan end up in the middle of nowhere and with a mission: to prove the Theorem of Underlying Katherine Predictability, which can graph the outcome of all relationships past, present and future.

This book is a hilarious bend of hilarious jerks, quirky characters and one amazing road trip. Fans of any of John Green’s books will love an Abundance of Katherines.


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