The Bermudez Triangle
"Their friendship went so far back, it bordered on the Biblical-in the beginning, there was Nina and Avery and Mel." So says high school senior Nina Bermudez about herself and her two best friends, nicknamed "The Bermudez Triangle" by a jealous wannabe back on Nina's eleventh birthday. But ... show more
"Their friendship went so far back, it bordered on the Biblical-in the beginning, there was Nina and Avery and Mel." So says high school senior Nina Bermudez about herself and her two best friends, nicknamed "The Bermudez Triangle" by a jealous wannabe back on Nina's eleventh birthday. But the threesome faces their first separation when Nina goes away the summer before their senior year. And in ten short weeks, everything changes. Nina returns home bursting with stories about Steve, the quirky yet adorable eco-warrior she fell for hard while away. But when she asks her best friends about their summer romances, an awkward silence follows. Nina soon learns the shocking truth when she sees Mel and Avery . . . kissing. Their friendship is rocked by what feels like the ultimate challenge.
Publish date: May 17th 2007
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, High School
2 1/2 if I could. I really wanted to like this because I love Maureen Johnson and stories about girlfriends, but this just didn't do it for me.
The problem with being a teenager is that there's a lot going on, and a lot of pressure, and a lot of decisions to make, and the highest possible stakes attached to everything. These three young women have been friends forever, and now, the summer before senior year they're splitting up for the firs...
Didn't like the ending. So many questions unanswered and forgiving Avery was just too easy. And poor Parker! And what about Devon? TELL ME!
I've read 113 pages and I'll stop. The story is about three best friends in their senior year at High School. While dominant Nina had been at leadership camp during summer break, witty Avery and shy, fragile Mel became lovers, which somehow shifted the angles of their former perfect triangle into a ...
Don't judge this book by it's frivilously colourful cover -- the story does have some substance to it. I still can't decide if I fully love Maureen Johnson's writing style (I discovered both her and John Green the same summer, and John Green just blows her out of the water), but she does tell a goo...