12.29.2007

Book Review: Bermudez Triangle



Bermudez Triangle by Maureen Johnson

I've only read one other YA title by Secret Sibling Johnson (Devilish), which I enjoyed so I wanted to grab this 2004 title to give it a read.

The triangle is made up of Nina, Avery and Mel, lifetime friends who are approaching the end of high school and making decisions about their future. Nina spends the summer at a camp at Stanford, and when she returns she finds that Mel and Avery are, well, together. Naturally, this throws the friends dynamic into flux...

Johnson writes deftly about that transition period at the end of high school, and though the novel didn't end the way I expected, I still thought it was a well written, interesting, engaging YA novel. Recommended!

2 comments:

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Anonymous said...

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