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Triangles

Three female friends face midlife crises in a no-holds-barred exploration of sex, marriage, and the fragility of life.

Holly: Filled with regret for being a stay-at-home mom, she sheds sixty pounds and loses herself in the world of extramarital sex. Will it bring the fulfillment she is searching for?

Andrea: A single mom and avowed celibate, she watches her friend Holly’s me

Holly: Filled with regret for being a stay-at-home mom, she sheds sixty pounds and loses herself in the world of extramarital sex. Will it bring the fulfillment she is searching for?

Andrea: A single mom and avowed celibate, she watches her friend Holly’s meltdown with a mixture of concern and contempt. Holly is throwing away what Andrea has spent her whole life searching for – a committed relationship with a decent guy. So what if Andrea picks up Holly’s castaway husband?

Marissa: She has more than her fair share of challenges – a gay, rebellious teenage son, a terminally ill daughter, and a husband who buries himself in his work rather than face the facts.

As one woman’s marriage unravels, another’s rekindles. As one woman’s family comes apart at the seams, another’s reconfigures into something bigger and better. In this story of connections and disconnections, one woman’s up is another one’s down, and all of them will learn the meaning of friendship, betrayal, and forgiveness.

Unflinchingly honest, emotionally powerful, surprisingly erotic, Triangles is the ultimate page-turner. Hopkins’s gorgeous, expertly honed poetic verse perfectly captures the inner lives of her characters.

Sometimes it happens like that. Sometimes you just get lost. Get lost in the world of Triangles, where the lives of three unforgettable women intersect, and where there are no easy answers.
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    Megs ♥

    So, Triangles. I’ve recently read a few of Ellen Hopkins’ YA books and really enjoyed them. Since she usually does YA work I decided to try her first adult book.

    She’s known for tackling taboo subjects in her YA books, and she does so just as much in Triangles. A few things discussed are affairs, threesomes, swinging and much more. The story is told from the perspectives of three women who live parallel lives. I really enjoyed the story and was so into it in the beginning. Then it kinda became a

    She’s known for tackling taboo subjects in her YA books, and she does so just as much in Triangles. A few things discussed are affairs, threesomes, swinging and much more. The story is told from the perspectives of three women who live parallel lives. I really enjoyed the story and was so into it in the beginning. Then it kinda became a huge story about him cheating and her cheating and everyone cheating on their husbands and wives and it was just like…really? Enough cheating. That’s a pet peeve of mine though so if it doesn’t bother you then okay maybe you will like this one more.

    The only other complaint I had was that there was just too much going on for such a quick read. As I mentioned the story is told from the three women. Each of those women has a family life, as well as their own struggles. Maybe if this book had two characters it wouldn’t have felt so cluttered, but then it wouldn’t be able to have the title Triangles. If she really wanted to include so much in this story as well as her little separate poems at the beginning of each chapter I think this book should have been a little longer.

    Scientists say every action

    initiates an equal and opposite

    reaction. I say that’s just the start.

    I say

    every action initiates a most

    unequal and unpredictable

    chain reaction, that

    every

    filament of living becomes

    part of a larger weave, while

    remaining identifiable. That each

    line

    of latitude requires several

    stripes of longitude to obtain

    meaning. That every universe

    is part

    of a bigger heaven, a heaven

    of rhythm and geometry,

    where a heartbeat is the apex

    of a triangle

    The book is well written ,though, as are all of the things I’ve read from her. When I read her books I do expect a good quality of writing. The story is very intense and captures bitterness that could only be felt so strongly by a woman scorned. As far as Hopkins goes I think she’s a fabulous writer and I will definitely check out her other books.
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    Tara Hall

    Aug 11, 2011

    rated it
    it was amazing

    Recommends it for:
    Mothers, Women
    Shelves:
    reviewed,
    arcs

    I was lucky enough to pick up an ARC of this three days ago. Every free moment has been devoted to reading it since.

    I should say something as a word of warning. While many authors that started out in YA fiction have been making the jump to adult literature recently, many of their books could still be read by their teen fans. This is NOT one of those books. In fact I doubt it appeals to many people under 30. I find it highly unlikely that they would get it (as evidenced by the some of the other

    I should say something as a word of warning. While many authors that started out in YA fiction have been making the jump to adult literature recently, many of their books could still be read by their teen fans. This is NOT one of those books. In fact I doubt it appeals to many people under 30. I find it highly unlikely that they would get it (as evidenced by the some of the other reviews posted here, particularly the people that like Hopkins’ other books). Nevermind the fact that it has some pretty explicit sex scenes.

    This novel is nothing short of gorgeous. It’s rich, dark, erotic, emotional, and in the end, heart-wrenching. But it is none of these things any moreso than real life can be. It is not over-dramatized, over-fictionalized. Instead Hopkins goes for utterly believable and honest to a fault, raw emotion dripping off each page.

    Triangles is a sliver sliced out of the lives of three middle-aged women, their lives circling every kind of love and uncertain in each of them. All three of them parents, all of their children with their own problems and their own amazing wisdoms. They are also lovers, to a number of people, and finally coming to a point in their lives where they understand what that role means. Each of them is flawed, each of them makes her share of mistakes. And in their mistakes we see our own, those committed or only imagined.

    Each woman has also reached a point of evaluation in her life where she looks around and wonders if this is all there is to life. When you’ve reached that point in your own life, pick this book up.
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    Bonnie

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    Thank you Simon & Schuster for allowing me to read this early! I’m so glad that I had the opportunity to read this.

    ’Two lines that never intersect are parallel. Two lines that intersect forming ninety-degree angles, are perpendicular. Perpendicular lines cross each other. Crossing lines. Today I’m thinking about how easy it is to be perpendicular. And about how, while parallel lines may not intersect, parallel lives too often do.’

    Thoughts
    I go

    Thank you Simon & Schuster for allowing me to read this early! I’m so glad that I had the opportunity to read this.

    ’Two lines that never intersect are parallel. Two lines that intersect forming ninety-degree angles, are perpendicular. Perpendicular lines cross each other. Crossing lines. Today I’m thinking about how easy it is to be perpendicular. And about how, while parallel lines may not intersect, parallel lives too often do.’

    Thoughts
    I got this off of Galley Grab and it went on my list of ‘I might read… maybe’. Truth is I had heard about Ellen Hopkins YA books and wasn’t sure if I’d be able to handle the harshness of the subjects that she writes about and if her YA books were harsh I wasn’t quite sure what to expect from her adult novel. I picked it up one morning when I had some time to kill and was completely blown away. This woman is an amazing writer.

    ’Falling to pieces. That’s how my life feels. Fractured. Crushed. Disintegrating. And the weird thing is, it’s all because of that stupid little word: love. I’ve fallen in love with *name omitted*, and it’s tinting everything normal about me with shades of insanity.’

    I could go into the storyline and what it’s all about, but the summary of the book pretty much says it all. The storyline wasn’t what made this book amazing though, it was the writing. The author also did the most amazing thing with the formatting of each page that really added something spectacular. I’m not often a fan of POV changes, and this book switches the POV often between the three main characters, but it totally worked in this situation. She also used a different font to differentiate between the characters which I thought was a brilliant touch.

    As many of you already know, this author writes in verse, and I was not expecting to fall in love with that style of writing as I have. She would write in verse and then often between POV changes she would insert a poem… which was simply remarkable.

    This was my favorite piece of hers:

    Spilling a Secret
    What its size,
    will have varying
    consequences. It’s not
    possible to predict
    what will happen
    if you
    open the gunnysack,
    let the cat escape.
    A liberated feline
    might purr on your lap,
    or it might scratch
    your eyes out. You can’t
    tell
    until you loosen the knot.
    Do you chance losing
    a friendship, if that
    friend’s well-being
    will
    only be preserved
    by betraying sworn-to
    silence trust? Once
    the seam is ripped, can
    it be
    mended again?
    And if that proves
    impossible, will you be
    okay
    when it all falls to pieces?

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