Triangulate: Book Three of The Stones of Bothynus Trilogy
Triangulate: The Stones of Bothynus Trilogy Book Three
Triangulate: Book Three of The Stones of Bothynus Trilogy
Triangulate: Book Three of The Stones of Bothynus Trilogy is the final book in D.K. Reed's young adult science fiction/fantasy trilogy. Annie is obsessed with the half-angel Aaan but this summer she only has two weeks to spend at her grandmother's farm, near Aaan's cave, before flying to Budapest to visit her childhood best friend. She convinces Aaan to leave his cave with her but their short-lived acquaintance may be over when he agrees to allow Erik to use him to test how the stones affect angels, without realizing this would make him vulnerable to Daanak and the fiend. The visible battle is only the tip of the iceberg for the larger battle that rages in the Angel Realm.

Book Details

Genre: 

  • Faith-based
  • Fantasy
  • Romance
  • Science Fiction
  • Special

Age Level: 

  • Mature Young Adult
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Annie adores Aaan, her half-angel friend. But she only has a few weeks to spend with him. She convinces Aaan to come along with her and escape from his dwelling at the cave. Though trouble always seems to find Annie. A war is silently raging in the Angel Realm. Will Annie and Aaan make it out? Read this final installment in The Stones of Bothynus Trilogy to find out!

 

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Annie might seem like a normal sixteen-year-old girl, but she has a big secret. She is very close to a half-angel named Aaan, who has become a very important part of her life! In the final book of the Stones of Bothynus Trilogy, we pick up soon after the previous book finished, where there are still lots of mysteries surrounding the three stones. This time, Annie, her sister (Red), Red’s boyfriend (Erik), and Aaan all must deal with the consequences of having these stones.

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