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Team Trinity

3.55  ·  Rating Details ·  11 Ratings  ·  3 Reviews
Life at boarding school is not all diets, dresses and dances, as Trinity Luhabe discovers when her parents move overseas for a term. She has hardly settled into Sisulu House when she finds herself caught up in the most unexpected love triangle of her life. Zach is the school sports hero, while James is different to anyone she's ever met. One of them wants to control her - ...more
Paperback, 302 pages
Published May 15th 2013 by Modjaji Books
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S.A. Partridge
Nov 20, 2013 S.A. Partridge rated it really liked it
In this prequel to the series, sixteen-year-old Trinity Luhabe is forced to spend term in the school boarding house while her parents deal with an urgent business matter overseas. Thankfully her best friend Lael is with her, leaving the door wide open for trouble. The plot has everything you would expect from a boarding school romp – but as with any high school drama, there is an undertone of darkness to keep the novel grounded firmly in reality.
Rachel Morgan
Jul 23, 2013 Rachel Morgan rated it really liked it
Coming from a very privileged background, Trinity is a character who initially comes across as spoiled and shallow. But she quickly turns out to be likable too! In this book, I found all the fun and excitement I always imagined boarding school to be when I was young. There are rules to break, best friends whispering secrets late at night, and boys to sneak off to visit. Although light-hearted and frivolous at times, this book deals with some serious issues: crash diets, self-image, and what a ...more
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Oct 30, 2013 Sinovuyo Nkonki rated it liked it
I think Fiona balanced the whimsy of being a young teenager with the major issues that teenagers have to deal with really well. It is light enough to enjoy and doesn't get too dark when it comes to eating/diet issues that Trinity has to deal with. Just enough to warn young girls of issues that come with obsessing with weight and crazy diets. She's a nice girl who you might've been friends with and who you might've been in high school. The mystery about one of the characters is revealed at the ...more
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Fiona Snyckers is the author of the "Trinity" series of novels and the "Sisterz" series of mobile novels. She has also published various short stories.

She was educated at Rhodes University and the University of the Witwatersrand. She lives in Johannesburg with her husband, three children, and four cats.

Fiona loves to interact with fellow readers and writers about the writing process, books in gene
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