Triangulate: Book Three of The Stones of Bothynus ...
Triangulate: The Stones of Bothynus Trilogy Book Three
Age Range - Mature Young Adult
Genre - Faith-based

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Age at time of review - 19
Reviewer's Location - Yucaipa, CA, United States
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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, but 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!

 

Opinion: 

Having read the second book in the series, Minimize, I was very intrigued to read the next installment in the series, Triangulate. Triangulate felt a bit slower than Minimize. It seemed that the plot took a little longer to really grab my interest, even though I already knew the characters and should have been gripped right away.

I liked Annie, the main character, just as much as I did in Minimize. She was very independent, responsible, and likeable. The character Aaan also really grew on me in this book. While I felt like I really didn’t understand him in Minimize, I realized that the more I read about him in Triangulate the more I fell in love. He quickly became one of my favorite characters in the book.

Overall, Triangulate is a great addition to the Stones of Bothynus trilogy, and I’m glad to have read it.

 

Rating:
4
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

A few romantic and violent scenes but nothing explicit.

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