Day 3: An Abundance of Katherines By John Green

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January 3rd

I was awoken by yelling and someone pounding on my door…I really did need to invest in earplugs.

I hid under my pillow hoping whoever it was would go away.

No such luck.

“This had better be good,” I mumbled to myself.

“Kat, Katherine, Kat, Kat, GET UP,” I heard a familiar voice yelling from the other side of the door.

I cracked the door open and glared at the boy I saw standing before me.

“What time is it?” I asked.

“Well, five-thirty, but I….” Robin started.

I slammed the door in his face.

“Kat, come on! This is important! I’m not leaving until you open this door!” He yelled.

I swung the door open and pulled him inside.

“What’s so important that it couldn’t wait until, oh I don’t know….daybreak?” I asked.

“You look pretty in the morning,” he said smiling.

“Out,” I said pointing to the door.

“Sorry, sorry, okay look at this!” he said handing me a book.

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  1. Avatar The Silence [All By Myself] {LoA}

    That was too funny! xD “You look pretty in the morning” But how is he in her house, at that hour?

  2. Avatar Mostly Harmless

    I mean it is implausible. Being in her house at this time. Being given another book she’ll finish and comment wisely on within 24 hours. But… I still like it! MH :)

  3. Avatar Nymphaea Rose

    Omg I was debating about reading this book! Time it see if it was any good. Reading on…

  4. Avatar Mr.Gabriel

    Are her parents deaf or something?

  5. Avatar Gurth

    going on nicely – I like this rather feisty Kat.

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