Triangles by Ellen Hopkins

New York Times bestselling author Ellen Hopkins is renowned for her fearlessness in tackling tough subjects such as suicide and drug abuse in her bestselling YA novels that include her famous Crank trilogy. Called the “bestselling living poet in the US,” by, she’s also renowned for her signature free verse writing style and the gritty details she weaves within it. Hopkins has an uncanny ability to write poetry in a way that reads like prose, drawing in her countless readers with her lean, sinuous words as much as she does with her compelling storylines and characters. With TRIANGLES (Atria Books; $15.00; June 26, 2012), now available in paperback, Hopkins brings her storytelling mastery to take on the challenges of adult dramas. And just as she used hard-hitting themes as springboards in her YA novels, she tackles the difficult subjects of infidelity, midlife meltdowns, and betrayal between friends in TRIANGLES, the compulsively readable story of Holly, Andrea, and Marissa—three women all facing the age-old midlife question—If I’m half-way to death, is this all I’ve got to show for it?


About Ellen Hopkins

Ellen Hopkins is the #1 New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of eight young adult novels, including Crank, Glass, Fallout, and Perfect, beloved by teens and adults alike. TRIANGLES is her first adult novel, and Tilt, which focuses on the teen characters from TRIANGLES, will be published in September 2012. Hopkins’ second adult novel Collateral will be published in November 2012. Ellen Hopkins currently lives with her family in Nevada. Be sure to visit her online at; myspace/com/ellenhopkins; and

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Duration: Dec 14, 2012-Jan 20, 2013