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Pros

Friendly banter hides real worries in this book. This is one of my favorite books by john green.

Throughout the novel, colin keeps on reflecting on the different kathrines he's dated and their stories. An abundance of katherines is worth both the money spent on the book and the time it takes to read it. Throughout the story, it switches back and ...  Read More

Colin is a child prodigy and a general smartypants. During his stay in gutshot, colin proposes the challenge of finding a theorem that predicts the amount of time that a couple will stay together.

Lindsey turns out to be a sort of atypical popular girl, and i'll admit i didn't always love her character, but that doesn't mean she wasn't well-written. Colin’s friendship with hassan and lindsay teaches him valuable lessons in life and love.



Cons

This book * so sorry if this review *. I finish my rant with the begging whoever reads this to pick up the book and read the final two chapters. Then not much happens for 150 pages or so. Thankfully, this is a very slim book and after another 50 pages...  Read More

By the start of the story, he has been dumped by 19 katherines. Lindsey could seems to be resolute and detached, when she is actually a very caring and kind person.

John green's "the fault in our stars" is not my favorite john green book. Outside of having generally intelligent teens, there's almost always an absurdity to the hook that stretches my ability to believe in the story as well as green's tendency to be...  Read More

It's ridiculous to even presume that. More troubling is the unreliability of the knowledge. The author is simply wrong, which then undermines the authority.

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Quality


As far as the quality of the book, it's a paperback and arrived in perfect condition nothing was bent.


All of his books involve characters uncovering their truth with a capital t - about connecting with the human condition in touc...  Read More

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Great, clean book, as described, fast delivery, 5 star seller!

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love love love john green and this book!


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    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    If you looking for a good young adult book this would be it.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    They do not feel important anymore.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    It seems to be a story of child who grew up being told he was special and talented and then at some point that just was not true anymore.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    I kind of hate based on the reviews how not many people seemed to like it.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Do i need to say anymore to get you to buy this.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    Some characters, like the other colin in this novel are cliche on purpose, because toc is supposed to be numbskull football player.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    I thought that the book was okay.


    Posted by a reviewer on Amazon

    It wasn't as good as i wanted it to be, being that i had read tfios and paper towns first, then turtles all the way down.

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