The book was great. Only downfall to listening to it was the graphs talked about I would of like to be looking at them. Just a personal preference though. The Narrator did an excellent job to bring you into & visualize. My favorite part are to many yet French kissed a dragon? Really....toofunny
Yes I recommend this book to everyone, the main character was so relatable and unique at the same time. The story line drew me in and I fell in love with its characters and pretending they were my friends. John Green's writing painted a picture for me and I was transported to Gutshot with them, watching their exciting adventures from beginning to end.
I love the way John Green manages to tell the story so consistently yet it still keep you interested. I like the way you the feel the characters' emotions and understand them.
I love the part when Lindsey and Collin are in her secret hideout and just talk about their lives. It builds up tension and it makes me want to keep on reading to see if they become romantically involved.
I'm not a very emotional person but I definitely felt that I strongly enjoy this audible, and the narrator's quirky, sarcastic, voice improved my experience and I am looking for more books with Jeff's narration.
You can't miss this book, Abundances of Katherines is amazing and truly captivates what it's like to miss someone so much and it shows his struggle to move on. I do have to say, the massive amount of southern accents eventually got a bit annoying to me, but I still love this book to pieces. If you're trying to choose between this audible and the actual book, choose this one, I'm sure you'd be glad that you did.
I love John Green but this one fell flat. It also really bugged me how the reader kept pronouncing "Katherine" as "Kath-a-rine" especially since it was repeated so many times in the story!
It was both pretty unrealistic and fairly boring. It didn't have the emotional impact his other books have.
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Pretty much any John Green novel. They follow a formula, albeit an enjoyable one. Coming of age teens, going on a wacky adventure, often in the name of love, learn their lesson and return home/move on to starting their adulthood.
I enjoyed both reading and listening to this story. The narrator confused me a little bit. He came off as a child, not a teenager which threw me off a bit. I'd definitely read the book again because it helped to envision the teenage boy.
Audible Obsessed Commuter.
Can't touch "The Fault in Our Stars" of his, but a good listen. An exaggerative young man, his comedic relief providing best friend, and (sort of) the Archduke Franz Ferdinand all make this a playful book with some discussable plot points. Fair warning, at some points I was thinking, "this is silly and ridiculous," while at others I was laughing out loud. Use the credit if you have an extra.
I love John Green, but I was personally offended by the awkward bastardization of Arabic and the "Lebanese" accent Woodman gave Hassan's parents. I'm powering through it, but I'm so annoyed that I might just read the book instead of listening to this narration.
I am not sure I would have continued past the beginign if not for the great best friend character, but glad I stuck with it. Story did not have any really deep meaning, but still a fun and interesting listen. Love the characters and the development of the relationships. I thinkt hat is my favorite part of the Author's books.