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Length: 195 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled

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Gr 8 Up–In this teen soap opera with a science-fiction twist, 17-year-old Autumn Taylor finds herself on a cruise in the midst of the Bermuda Triangle and soon realizes that she is in one of many alternate realities: she and the hot guy she just met are a happy couple, a lovesick coworker is now her husband, and she is dying of cancer. It's hard to sympathize with Autumn, though, as she isn't a very likable character. She admits that the way she handles certain situations is wrong, yet she doesn't change her behavior. She makes it difficult for readers to believe that her two romantic interests, the stereotypical bad boy and the pushover puppy dog, would be so in love with her. The story has two events that are emotional points of depth for an otherwise shallow protagonist: Autumn's father died in a car accident several years earlier, and her mother is currently in a coma. However, those moments are overshadowed by one-dimensional, weak characters. Even though the plot concludes with an uplifting ending in which the teen seems to grow as a person, too often it tends to veer into the melodramatic. What begins as an interesting concept that uses the mythology of the Bermuda Triangle and alternate realities to teach life lessons turns into something much more clichéd.–Kimberly Castle-Alberts, Hudson Library & Historical Society, OHα(c) Copyright 2013. Library Journals LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Media Source, Inc. No redistribution permitted.


"Wow! Triangles is the perfect summer read! This is one book you will want to have as part of your collection." ~Nicole at Books Complete Me

"Triangles is an absolutely amazing novel and it has made it impossible for me to not read any future books by Kimberly Ann Miller! Triangles definitely has a place on my list of all-time favourites, it teaches you to always look on the bright side of life, it is so insight and heart warming with hidden depth, an absolute must read!!!" ~Sam at Book Savvy

"If you have the time definitely check this out! I found Triangles to be a splendid read!" ~Jaiden at Girls on YA Books

Product Details

  • File Size: 2161 KB
  • Print Length: 195 pages
  • Publisher: Spencer Hill Press; 1 edition (June 18, 2013)
  • Publication Date: June 18, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Kimberly Miller received Bachelor's degrees from Georgian Court University and Rutgers University and a Master's degree from The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. She is an avid reader and particularly enjoys true crime and young adult novels. She grew up in New Jersey and currently resides in Monmouth County with her husband and three cats. When she's not writing, she loves to travel to sunny islands where she snorkels by day and stargazes by night. She always takes her Nook with her.

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Format: Paperback
Triangles is one of those books that starts out with a lot of potential and seems interesting, but then takes a slight turn south and leaves you wanting more, and not exactly in a good way. Although it was a light and fun read, it was a bit choppy and ridiculous at times and I couldn't really connect or care for any of the characters at all. I could've used more background and discussion about the mystery of the Bermuda Triangle, as I felt like Miller barely glossed over what was supposed to be a key plot point. Instead, I felt it focused more on Autumn deciding which boy she wants to be with, which didn't really interest me.

I feel like the whole alternate reality aspect of the book was underdeveloped and I really wish there was more focus on that, because that would've been pretty cool. I mean, clearly, Autumn figured out what was happening to her, yet she still acted like she didn't know what the hell was going on every time her reality changed, and constantly went back to what happened the previous day, despite evidence that things were different. I guess, given that she's still young I can understand her mindset, but still, she's not THAT young and I just didn't like the way she handled everything.

As for the characters, yes, Autumn did bug me at times. She can be pretty bratty, mean, and self-centered; but she has a lot of pain and guilt pent up inside her and she's had to deal with a lot of crap in her life, so I gave her that. I actually thought she was going to annoy me a lot more than she did, and it was only how Miller handled her actions and reactions to what goes on in the Bermuda Triangle that really got on my nerves. Oh, and I really didn't like the way she treated her sister. The guys weren't so great either. Joe was a bit too clingy for my taste.
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Format: Paperback
A cruise ship, the Bermuda Triangle, a beautiful girl and two hot guys...sounds like a great summer! And that's exactly what you get with Triangles--a really great summer read.

Autumn has definitely had it rough when she boards the cruise ship. She needed some time to decompress and relax, get her life back in order. But rarely do things work out the way we envision them. And it's no different for Autumn. She finds herself waking between alternating realities, never knowing which version of her life she'll be living when she gets up the next morning.

The alternating realities helped Autumn work through the emotional baggage she carried with her. Each new reality brought a different outlook or perspective, a new way for her to heal and move on. My favorite and least favorite was when she was able to see her father again. It was touching and one of my favorite parts of the book, but having just lost my father it made it hard to read with dry eyes, making it my least favorite part in the book, too (but in a good way).

I say that Triangles is a great summer read, that's it's fun. And it is fun and a good book to take on vacation or to the beach. But it is so much more than that. It's a book about self-discovery and healing. The reader gets to watch Autumn evolve through the pages of the book. She starts off carrying a lot of heavy emotional baggage and it sometimes shows in her attitude, but by the end of the book she's shed that baggage and comes into her own as a person. It's such a great message. I'm anxiously awaiting what Kimberly Ann Miller has for us next!

~Michelle Pickett
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I think I was expecting something else when I started this book. I wanted more of a story about these characters in the Bermuda triangle going through alternate realities rather then the book revolving around the lesson she was learning.

Don't get me wrong, she really did grow from the beginning to end, but I guess I was hoping more for a scary time altering reality book.

Once I got into what it was going to be about I must say it was a fun read.

The story takes place on a cruise ship going from New Jersey to Bermuda.

Autumn is a troubled girl who has the weight of the world on her shoulders. Her issues stem from the death of her father and her mother being in a coma. She blames herself for both accidents. I'm not sure how likable she is, she complains an awful lot.

She has two love interests. You meet both boys in the beginning while Autumn is at a pizza place with her friend, (which by the way made me want pizza how she described it) Joey is some what obsessed with her almost stalker like. Tries to hard to get her attention and follows her around like a puppy. Marcus is the tall, dark and handsome guy, very quiet and extremely mysterious.

Both boys are also on the cruise with Autumn. While on board she is rather annoyed that Joey is following her around when all she really wants to do is hang with Marcus.

One night when she goes to bed she wakes up in an alternate reality maybe from the Bermuda Triangle. She has 3 alternate realities on the ship each one getting a little worse then the first one. Each one teaching her life lessons and making her rethink how she has been acting and feeling towards her family and friends. She even realizes that what she is looking for is right in front of her face.
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