The wrong angle
Trina: Hey, I say, though I dont really know them. The boyed-up basketball girl barely moves. The others, her girls, step aside. Its okay if they dont speak. I know how it is. They cant all be Trina.
Dominique: Some stupid little flit cuts right in between us and is like, Hey. Like she dont see Im here and all the space around me is mines. I slam my fist into my other hand because shes good as jumped.
Leticia: Why would I get involved in Trinas life when I dont know for sure if I saw what I thought I saw? Who is to say I wasnt seeing it from the wrong angle?
Acclaimed author Rita Williams-Garcia intertwines the lives of three very different teens in this fast-paced, gritty narrative about choices and the impact that even the most seemingly insignificant ones can have. Weaving in and out of the girls perspectives, readers will find themselves not with one intimate portrayal but three.