Warm, humorous, and smoothly readable story of three girls who’ve been friends forever. Nina, Avery, and Mel are the “Bermudez Triangle”. THE BERMUDEZ TRIANGLE. Maureen Johnson, Author. Penguin/Razorbill $ (p) ISBN Biphobia and The Bermudez Triangle: An Open Letter to Maureen Johnson jcatgrl: “ Dear Maureen, When my mother got me The Bermudez.
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Reader reviewed by Dylana I cannot even explain how good this book was.
This is definitely one of the more realistic YAs I’ve ever read and although I found some of the details particularly the random brand-name references that appeared throughout to be overwhelming, I’d rather have an over-detailed world than one with no details at all. Aug 05, Sylwia Wish Fulfillment rated it johnzon liked it.
Avery is moving around not because she is bi, but because she is seventeen. Reader reviewed by ambeen The Bermudez Triangle is a fast paced novel about three friends and how one summer changes their lives forever. Its tradition for them to go to Chuck E.
The Bermudez Triangle by Maureen Johnson Book Reviews
While Mel is a “gold-star lesbian” who knew all along and never really dated boys, Avery jaureen that she’s confused and insists several times that she’s not gay. It was easy to get attached to these three girls in their world, especially their varying relationships. Their friendship is rocked by what feels like the ultimate challenge.
The romance bermudezz of this story had a full arc—it was about a getting together, a being together, and a breaking up. Few things about that. Open Preview See a Problem?
Is it possible she only likes girls when the girl is her best friend, Mel? Reader reviewed by Stephanie Its the summer before their senior year and Nina, Avery, and Mel are not spending their time together.
It was a beautiful story I will never forget. Nina goes away for the summer to attend a pre-college camp and falls in love.
But I won’t spoil who: This book has many amazing and complex issues at hand. People do break up.
Nina Bermudez is the organized one- the leader hence the name, Bermudez Triangle. Breakups make weird crap go through our heads, no matter what side we are on. Shat on metaphorically by all three of these girls. For such a strong beginning, the book started going downhill after Nine returned from her summer away.
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Eighth Grade Bites 1. Mel and Avery’s entire relationship seems to revolve around visibility, especially Avery’s fear of it. LitFlash The eBooks you want at the lowest prices. This is a total shock and things fall from there. I can’t help but think of how much I liked the boyfriend lesson in Johnson’s story in Let It Snowbecause it feels almost like a rewrite of this one: His one brother has died in the war, but George is still Nina is going to leadership camp all the way in California, and Avery and Mel are working at a local Irish diner.
Life interfered, however, and a week and a half passed before I could find the time to get more than a couple pages in. But it is a wonderful subject. Anyway, most of the book was really very good, and I shall try and remember it fondly.
Breakups are always bad. And I will tell you how extremely happy it makes me that there are happy and out bisexual girls out there. The thing is, it’s not enough to write queer characters.