The Girl in the Triangle

The Girl in the Triangle

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There are 740 Days left until the fire that changes industrial history forever.

It's 1909. Seventeen-year-old Ruth survived the Russian Revolution and is now finally reunited with her lost love in the New World. All she wants is peace and a new life with her family in New York.

But when an uprising of 20,000 women vows to take down a greedy factory owner, can Ruth possibly stay away? Who will survive? And will they ever be the same again?

Join the hundreds of readers raving about Joyana Peters' perfect prose and calling this Jewish fiction book a masterpiece. Find out why The Girl in the Triangle was awarded the SCBWI Spark Award for Best YA Fiction, the IBPA Ben Franklin Award for Best Historical Fiction, the Book Excellence Award for Best Multicultural Fiction and was named a Top Five Finalist for Shelf Unbound's Indie Book of the Year!

IBPA Ben Franklin Award Winner- "Like Radium Girls and other books detailing how many died before safe labor practices were adopted, this book is a strong addition to historical fiction of this type. Girl In The Triangle presents the reader with a lot to think about: how do we decide about the right attitudes toward gender disputes? How do we "become" Americans? How do we keep traditions alive? All these questions make Girl In The Triangle an excellent historical fiction novel and choice for book groups." - IBPA Feedback

"The conversations among the characters led me to give this book 5 stars. They are raw and eye-opening even as the story buds. The Girl In The Triangle is simply a delight to read and will automatically tick the boxes of fans of historical fiction." - Reader Views

"That is what historical fiction does for a reader, a slice of history wrapped up in a compelling story that teaches and makes us reflect on the words and our own lives in the stream of time." - Historical Fiction Press Awards


Details

Author: Joyana Peters
Narrator: Dara Kramer
Publisher: Amaryllis Press
Run time: 8 hours 6 minutes
Release Date: 01/19/2023