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by Ellen Hopkins
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Marcia rated it 7 years ago
Fast paced read. First book by this author and can't wait to read more.
I'm A Book Shark
I'm A Book Shark rated it 7 years ago
This book is why I love Ellen Hopkins. Her writing is honest and gritty. She writes in first person, present tense, multiple POVs. She writes in gorgeous verse that jumps off the page and takes on true meaning when read different ways. She's a seriously talented writer. She has a such an ability wit...
Read, Run, Ramble
Read, Run, Ramble rated it 7 years ago
Three women; three lives, three families – all interwoven. Hopkins makes her adult novel debut with Triangles and while I was never as blown away as I’ve been when reading her YA novels, I was still mesmerized and drawn in by her wonderfully written prose and her ability to broach tough subjects wit...
mtw1tter rated it 7 years ago
It is certainly no Golden Gates but at least it dared to be different.
Shelly's Book Journal
Shelly's Book Journal rated it 7 years ago
Three women, different lives, stumbling along. Holly - turning 40 and unhappy with her marriage, deciding who or what to do next. Marissa - mother of a special needs child, wondering why her own marriage is so broken. Andrea - just can't seem to get it right. Three lives entwined and yet separat...
In Libris Veritas
In Libris Veritas rated it 8 years ago
I want to thank Goodreads and Atari books for the chance to read this.This is an adult novel, and does contain quite a bit of unapologetic language and content.Before this book I had never read anything by Ellen Hopkins or anything like a verse novel, so this is completely new to me. Even now that I...
Coffee Bean Bookshelf
Coffee Bean Bookshelf rated it 8 years ago
I am in love with Ellen Hopkins a thousand times more now that I have read this, her first adult novel. It was amazing. It was written from the viewpoint of 3 women...Holly, who is Andrea's best friend, and Marissa - Andrea's sister. And between each of their turns telling their story is a narrator,...
Nerdy Reading
Nerdy Reading rated it 8 years ago
This book was interesting. I didn't exactly loved the ending, but generally the verse gave a bigger impact to the story and to the character's feelings and I really liked that.
Lauren Wilkerson
Lauren Wilkerson rated it 8 years ago
I have a steadfast love/hate relationship with this book. I hated how some of the women cheated. No one condones cheating, but this was a part of what the book was about. It was hard for me at first to feel for the women who had cheated. I'll admit, I was prejudiced towards them completely. I did wh...
Denise rated it 8 years ago
I won this book from a GoodReads first-read giveaway. When I signed up for the giveaway I had no idea that the book was in verse form. I found out that it was shortly after I won the book and that made me wary of the book. I wasn't sure if I would like how it was written. Once I started reading the ...
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