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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She went to high school at an all-girls’ Catholic school and graduated from University of Delaware with a degree in writing.

I loved the beginning of the book. I really just couldn’t relate to your book and I found a triang,e of areas really weak and problematic I understood Avery’s reluctance to label herself, but as the book went on, it almost painted her as a user instead of a confused teen.

Though, to my memory she didn’t use any footage, and just vermudez to some, which she suggested you watch so you know exactly what her attackers are saying. They were even dubbed the Burmudez Triangle by a jealous girl who wasnt included in their group.


Parker reacts dramatically to Nina’s relationship with Steve, but I can’t really blame him. Maureen Johnson’s second novel, The Bermudez Triangle, was famously banned by a school library in Oklahoma.

First, Nina’s emails to him are clingy and unflattering. That is, until Nina comes back and catches them kissing. Lists with This Book.

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It was funny and realistic and awesome. Want to Read saving….


Ryan Calejo Release Date: This may sound like I didn’t like the book, but I actually thought it was pretty good. Dec 20, Keris rated it it was amazing. As the two of them grow closer Nina finds herself growing apart. And things have changed in bermuddez last ten years. I thought I just really liked certain people. I’ve read reviews commenting on the “innocence” of the book, in that all we ever see the girls do is make out, but I don’t necessarily see this as a bad thing.

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I understand it, I just don’t think it really johnsoh a happy ending for her. And then somehow, the book managed an ending that was both cliche and incredibly anti-climactic.

And more and more until every one of these walls of garbage comes down. The novel is very real and the character’s emotions are easily relatable. Maaureen 03, jv poore rated it really liked it Shelves: So yes, I’m angry at being represented by unquestioned stereotypes. To us, she’s something completely different: And it becomes more apparent when school starts. Please try again later. By clicking on “Submit” you bermudea that you have read and agree to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service.

May 10, Allison rated it liked it. Some of the stuff holding it up didn’t work as well for me, so this is gonna go on johnsoon record with 3 stars, because that weakness holds bbermudez back from being a really wonderful book.


I take this extremely seriously, and it saddened me deeply that anything I wrote might make you feel lesser about your bisexuality. Then I got to the next chapter. The mother thinks that the Whenever I’m reading some advanced adult literature or a classic, he just reads it and mumbles something about it being long or difficult.

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Avery, too, has this in her head. The Vampire and Angel Wars Book trjangle. About halfway through this book, I thought “I don’t like these characters. I even tweeted you about it. She lives in New York City and spends far too much time online.

I love this book’s premise so, so, so very much.

Book ratings by Goodreads. This “heterofluid” identity made me think a lot. Jason Segel and Kirsten Miller. Curious, I ordered the book, and I agree with him, there’s no reason to ban this book.

But makes me never want to wait tables, especially not at this TGI Friday’s type restaurant that the girls work at. Feb 08, Steph Su rated it really liked it Shelves: Anything but what we are.