Triangles (novel)

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Author Ellen Hopkins
Country United States
Language English
Series Triangles series
Genre Realistic Fiction
Publication date
October 18, 2011
Media type Print (hardback)
Pages 544
Followed by Tilt

Triangles is a fiction novel written by Ellen Hopkins. It is her first adult novel.


Triangles will have a young adult sequel titled Tilt.[1]


Triangles has received several critical reviews, garnering positive reviews from sites such as Publishers Weekly[2] and being one of Entertainment Weekly's "Must Pick" books.[3] Blog Critics said that the book "is a tale that is, on the one hand psychologically disturbing, and on the other hand, a story quite beautifully written."[4] Kirkus Reviews also reviewed the book, praising the narrative in Triangles but saying "the consistently high emotional pitch, along with the constant crises, make this thick volume more soap opera than art, and the verse aspect comes to seem an affectation"[5]


  1. ^ Triangles School Library Journal
  2. ^ Triangles Publishers Weekly
  3. ^ The Must List:Triangles Entertainment Weekly
  4. ^ Book Review: Triangles by Ellen Hopkins Blog Critics
  5. ^ TRIANGLES Kirkus Reviews

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