"When it comes to relationships, Colin Singleton's type happens to be girls named Katherine. And when it comes to girls named Katherine, Colin is always getting dumped. Nineteen times, to be exact. He's also a washed-up child prodigy with ten thousand dollars in his pocket, a passion for anagrams, and an overweight, Judge Judy-obsessed best friend. Colin's on a mission to prove The Theorem of Underlying Katherine Predictability, which will predict the future of all relationships, transform him from a fading prodigy into a true genius, and finally win him the girl. Letting expectations go and allowing love in are at the heart of Colin's hilarious quest to find his missing piece and avenge dumpees everywhere."Plot: The plot is kind of slow and definitely a coming of age, discovering ones self type of story. Personally, I didn't enjoy the separations between the Katherines and Gutshot. I expected the Katherine's to really play a bigger roll, but knowing John Green's writing.. I understand it too.
Characters: Colin is almost the perfect awkward leading man. Cause he is odd, yet mildly attractive... then there is Hassan who is funny and quirky, but almost annoyed me at times. However, my favorite character was Lindsey. She reminded me of myself and I liked that.
Pros: Unique and very John Green
Cons: almost a misleading title. slow.
Final Thoughts: I liked An Abundance of Katherine's but didn't love it, maybe that was my fault though for putting SO much expectation the book. That is all I can really say about the book.