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!



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.


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Content rating - some mature content

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A few romantic and violent scenes but nothing explicit.

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