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 America. All she wants is peace and a new life 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?
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What Readers and Critics are Saying:
★★★★★ “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” by Joyana Peters 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
★★★★★ “Looooved this book! I’ve been suffering from “readers block” lately and have been unable to really get into a book…until now!! My nose was stuck in this book for 3 days straight. I truly enjoyed Joyana’s debut book, and am looking forward to her next!”- Kimberly Hamilton
★★★★★ “THIS BOOK IS AMAZING! I want to go back to teaching social studies so I can share it with my students. Joyana Peters did an amazing job of bringing the immigrant experience to life. I loved this book!!!” – Alison Rager
★★★★★ “Historical fiction fans and fans of women’s fiction will enjoy THE GIRL IN THE TRIANGLE. A well-researched, educational, difficult-to-put-down read.”- Elizabeth of Silver’s Reviews
★★★★★ “Because I love, LITERALLY LOVE this book……………..well, as much as one can love a book based on a senseless tragedy.” – Lactivist Anti-Vaccine Socialist Hippie
★★★★★ “This fast paced novel is about love in a family no matter the circumstances. It’s also about the lives of immigrants, the fight for rights for women and the working class and the corruption of the rich. This debut novel was so well written that I’m looking forward to future books from this author.” – Sue
★★★★★ “An immigration story at the finest level, revealing the depths of tragedy many went through leaving a country of unspeakable suffering to another country where hope fills their hearts, yet the same sorts of inhumanity exist.” – D.K. Marley
★★★★★ “This is a well researched work and the author brings the era alive giving us a history lesson hidden within a gripping story of love, family, and the tragedy of the Triangle Shirt Fire. ” – Douglas W. Murray
★★★★★ “I loved this book so much, I was so sad when it ended!” – Heaven Protsman
★★★★★ “A fascinating historical fiction. The feelings and emotions of the characters are vibrantly detailed.” – Emmeline Everdeen